Model 832780

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Hardboard Tempered Panel (Common: 3/16 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.155 in. x 47.7 in. x 95.7 in.)

$13.25 /piece
  • Formaldehyde free
  • Great utility board for various projects
  • Ready to finish tempered board, smooth on one side

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This is a premium hardboard with high internal bond, exceptional stability and smoothness ideal for paneling, furniture, fixtures, toys, general manufacturing and applications where painting or die cutting is required. We create our Eucaboard from harvesting Eucalyptus from well managed forests. Our product is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and ISO 14001 certified, so when you buy our Eucaboard you are helping us to preserve our most valuable asset- your environment.

  • This premium hardboard surface is smooth and free of common wood defects
  • This product provides excellent results for painting or paper laminating
  • The back surface is readily glued with commercially available adhesives for wood
  • It has a higher strength is ideal for use in applications such as outdoor signs, furniture, toys, and others where good strength, machinability and surface hardness are required
  • This product is FSC certified and free of formaldehyde
  • FSC and ISO 14001 certified for environmental sustainability
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Hardboard Tempered Panel (Common: 3/16 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.155 in. x 47.7 in. x 95.7 in.)
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does plywood come bigger than 4 x 8?

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January 8, 2016
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Most plywood is available in a larger size than 4x8 by special order through your local Home Depot store. You can call the pro Desk at your local store, or stop by and they can let you know what is available for order for you.
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October 20, 2015
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yes you can get ply 5'x10' insome types just ask your dealer or lumber yard
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September 15, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not stock this item in a larger size. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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will it be strong enough for a student desktop?

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Have a loft bed from Ikea and want to set up a desk underneath. It would be supported on three sides but it will be 6' 6" long.
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The material is 3/16 in. thick. A previous poster was incorrect. However, if you glue or fasten this to a thicker sheet of less expensive plywood, I would make a good desk or light duty work table.
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Most definitely not. This material is only 1/8 in thick - much too thin to stand on its own. For your application, you need AT LEAST 1/2 in plywood - 3/4" would be better.
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How high is the potential of splitting when drilling into this material?

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I am concerned that this material is more susceptible to splitting when drilling near the edges as it is harder than most wooden materials. I plan on using it as an outdoor table top and will be adding a skirt for aesthetics.
Will this pose a problem, and if so what steps should be taken to avoid this problem?
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I have drilled close to the edge with no problems. I wouldn't think it was any more susceptible to splitting than 1/8 plywood.
But I would probably want something a little heavier for an outside table top, but if you weatherproof it with primer and Behr exterior, 2 coats--and I would do both sides. You can't have water dripping onto any unexposed area--that's the only weakness I know of for this Read More
I have drilled close to the edge with no problems. I wouldn't think it was any more susceptible to splitting than 1/8 plywood.
But I would probably want something a little heavier for an outside table top, but if you weatherproof it with primer and Behr exterior, 2 coats--and I would do both sides. You can't have water dripping onto any unexposed area--that's the only weakness I know of for this material. This stuff won't make it throw one rainstorm without being weatherproofed. Read Less
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Hi JoeP,
Despite its name hardboard is actually quite soft, and being
a pressed board, it will tear out at the edges.
I would recommend gluing it to the table top and painting it, as it is not weather proof at all.
Mike
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Does your Eucaboard hardboard need undercoating before top coat finish (2 coats)?

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Using in a carport protected area when it will not get directly wet or rained on.

I hope you can say NO under these conditions.
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I prefer a primer, but I think you could get by without it. I have coated this stuff with Behr, the high end Behr exterior, without a primer and I haven't had problems. But the surface of this stuff is so slick--it's easier for paint to come off if it gets hit a certain way. If I weren't going to use a primer, I would use the Behr that has the paint and primer rolled up into one.
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Hey Donald,
You don't have to place it, but it really helps your topcoat, if by you mean painting it.
It's like trying to climb a smooth wall. A primer will give the paint a 'grip', that will allow it to 'climb' and stay on the wall.
If you use a high quality paint, like Behr Ultra or Behr Marquee, it may work without primer, but any pro painter will tell you primer is the best way to go.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good stuff I used this material to build a shoe rack for my wife. It was perfect for the shelves. I added a 3/4" x 1/4" edge piece to support each shelf, and made the sides of 3/4" plywood. 80" tall x 32" wide. That will hold about half her shoes (not kidding). This is NOT the material to use as paneling, as it has a very hard surface and is hard to nail. I would suggest drilling holes for nails or screws. Ask your HD lumber guy for advice if you aren't familiar with a material. The guys and gals in our store have a lot of knowledge. April 17, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great board I used this board for counter tops in my garage and is very durable and smooth to work on. I counter sunk the holes and used wood screws for a flush look. I am very pleased with the results. If you know how to use this board and where, it is a great value. I don`t think the guy knows much about what`s he`s doing using it for panelling, I`ve done it and it works great. November 3, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Strong smell Used it for a furniture project. Strong chemical smell in the room even after a month! Manufacturer says it has no formaldehyde but I wonder what this smell is? Will have to remove it since our baby sleeps in that room. November 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stage Flooring I manage a performing arts center which has a light colored wood deck. This causes stage lighting to "bounce". I've wanted to paint the deck black, but "The powers" won't let me. I bought 55 sheets of this to lay over the deck and painted it black. It has held up really well through some pretty rough use. I've even run a floor scrubber over it many times with no noticeable damage. The only drawback is that bands and orchestras say it dampens the sound, so I can't leave it down all the time. I can't answer screwing or nailing issues because I tape it down. All I can say is that it works for me. February 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Different application. I work in the craft world and this stuff is perfect. Cuts like butter with my scroll saw, and holds paint well. I've even been using it as a practice canvas in my painting classes. It's durable enough to cut intricate cuts with, but still light weight and affordable. June 23, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Very strong odor We purchased this to line a platform bed with. One sleepless night... the odor is SO strong, I don't think I can stand it. June 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Obnoxious to work with. This stuff is very difficult to work with and is low quality. I bought it for paneling just to cover the insulation of a shed. At least one corner of every single piece I got was dinged. I had to buy it since I needed 20 sheets. It has no stiffness at all and is difficult to carry and nail. If you think OSB is bouncy and tough to nail you'll seriously hate this. In hindsight I should have just got 3/8 OSB but my budget was shot and had to go with lesser quality. Except this stuff is NO quality. I will never buy it again. "You get what you pay for", well I wouldn't use this if it was given to me. September 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by You need to know what you're doing The other reviewer was trying to use hardboard for sheathing. This is not the correct application for this product. Hardboard is for making sacrificial countertops, skinning subfloors to prep for new flooring, furniture backs, etc. September 16, 2013
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