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A common, versatile product that is made by high pressure forcing softwood pulp into sheets. The standard hardboard sheet is finished on one side and has a textured underside, and is available in various finishes and thicknesses, the most common being 3.2mm.

There are other types of hardboard available including duo faced, medium, oil-tempered, painted, perforated (commonly known as pegboard) and plastic faced.

The boards should be stored flat and care should be taken to keep the sides and corners protected.

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