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Hardboard Tempered Panel (Common: 1/8 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft.,; Actual: 0.115 in. x 47.7 in. x 95.7 in.)

$7.95 /piece
  • Smooth and ideal for various applications
  • Can be glued or fastened to a wall or other products
  • Hardboard surface is free of common wood defects

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Hardboard has a high internal bond, exceptional stability, and smoothness ideal for paneling, furniture, fixtures, toys, general manufacturing, and applications where painting or die cutting is required. Hardboard is used in a variety of applications including furniture components, wall paneling, underlayment, interior trim and perforated boards. It resists marring, scuffing and abrasion, as well as changes in temperature and humidity.

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  • Hardboard can be used in many applications
  • The hardboard surface is smooth and free of common wood defects
  • Hardboard has a uniform thickness, density and appearance and has no grain
  • Hardboard can be securely glued or fastened with screws, staples or nails
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Hardboard Tempered Panel (Common: 1/8 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft.,; Actual: 0.115 in. x 47.7 in. x 95.7 in.)
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Can I use this on top of wooden slats in a bed frame?

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September 6, 2015
My mattress needs less than 2inch gap between slats in the bed frame. Currently the gap is closer to 3 inch. i thought a sheet of the hard board could do the trick. Can it?
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Philadelphia, PA
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December 20, 2015
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I actually have never seen 1/8 - inch hardboard used for anything other than bottoms of small drawers. In my previous answer, I was thinking of 1/4 inch hardboard.
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December 20, 2015
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I bought bunk beds for my son. It had a thin hardboard on top of the slats, and the hardboard did sag after a few years. But I forget how many slats there were. So your answer depends on how heavy the person is, and what kind of mattress. Most likely it would work fine with only a 3-inch gap between slats.
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September 9, 2015
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Yes, this product can be used to close the gap between slats.
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Can we use over sub floor?

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We are taking up some marble tile and pieces of the sub floor is coming up with it! We really cant afford to put a whole new sub floor. Could we use this on top off sub-floor before we put down Engineered flooring?
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Kentucky
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April 26, 2016
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Rob,
You would be better off using Lauan (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Underlayment-Common-7-32-in-x-4-ft-x-8-ft-Actual-0-196-in-x-48-in-x-96-in-431178/203183010). It's only $2 more a sheet. It is stronger, and will hold up much better, especially if the chunks that are coming out of your subfloor are somewhat large.
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March 17, 2016
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Yes, you can use the tempered panel over sub floor.
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can I use this as floorboards for an attic ? Im looking for something lightweight yet structurally supportive. ?

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Arizona
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November 20, 2014
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No. This material is not thick enough to provide suitable support for a flooring application.
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Hey jack,
No, using hardboard is a very poor choice for floorboards, even if it is an attic and infrequently used.
It's too thin and not as moisture resistant as even sanded plywood.
I'd recommend to use at least 3/8" thick boards to place and screw them directly to the joists.
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Can this be stained?

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Can you stain this? I am looking for it to be an oak color for the backing of a book shelf I am building.
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August 26, 2016
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Yes, this hardboard is stainable.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy it - read why I used to use this for shop templates, sacrificial backer for CNC routing, temporary coverings, etc. It worked okay, but being unfinished on one side has always been annoying. It also breaks easily if not handled carefully. I used to be a fan of this product until I forced myself to go into the blue-box store (I really hate the blue-box store). Their hardboard is WAY better for the same $. It is smooth on both sides, stronger, and doesn't break just looking at it. This stuff is trash by comparison. HD - please stop carrying this and get the stuff that the blue box sells. September 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Big ugly sticker won't come off of smooth side The hardboard itself is fine, but who the heck decided to put a big, non-removable product code sticker on the smooth side (one of my pet peeves)? My purpose in buying the hardboard was to make a protective cover for a table on which I do hobby work. I scraped at the sticker for 5 minutes and barely got 10% of it off, and where it came off there is goo from the sticker. I don't dare use solvent on it for fear of delaminating the hardboard. Why not put the sticker on the back? Dumb! January 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for auto upholstery I was looking for replacement material for the door cards in my classic car. After looking at the available material the upholstery shops carry I found this hardboard at a much more reasonable price. It is exactly the same thickness and texture as the original hardboard panels removed from the car. It cuts and drills easily and holds staples well. Contact adhesive takes two coats to adhere well but the material is basically wood so it will soak up the first coat of anything applied to it. I am pleased with the results and will definitely use this material again. The only downside I can mention is the material is very messy when cut. It creates a very fine dust so wear a respirator or at the very least a mask when cutting or drilling. November 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for our needs We used this to protect a highly finished epoxy concrete floor during an installation. Layed it over protective plastic then taped the seams with 4" wide tape. Held up fine with 10,000 lb. forklifts and cranes running over it for 2 weeks, no breaks or rips. This material is textured on one side and smooth on the face. We went face up. Also shopped Lowe's and their product is slick on both sides and seemed cheap by comparison. October 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by this isn't as good as i thought it would be i didn't really like it. i actually had no idea it would look as ugly as did when i got it in. November 13, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for protecting a floor during remodel. Great for protecting a hardwood floor during remodel of ceiling. February 27, 2013
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