Waterproof panelboard

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A sheet of black waterproof panelboard being cut for an interior part.

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[edit] Overview

Black waterproof panelboard (also referred to as: "black waterboard", "door panelboard", or just "panelboard") is used to make door panels, kick panels, package shelves, sail panels, and other interior pieces.

Waterproof panelboard is made of tightly-grained chipboard, and is approximately 1/8 of an inch thick. It's (mostly) waterproof, bendable, and can be sewn, stapled, and glued. Sheets are available in various sizes, including 32"x48" and 39"x65". Prices range from $5-25 per sheet, depending on the supplier, the size, and the quantity purchased.

[edit] Cutting black waterproof panelboard

Black waterproof panelboard is best cut with a sharp utility knife. Saw blades tend to chew it up and make poor working edges. When making holes in it, it is best to use arch punches of various sizes.

Arch punch set.

[edit] Sources for black waterproof panelboard

Because of its size, panelboard is often not economical to have shipped.

Some suppliers may only sell in larger quantities, or don't sell direct to consumers.

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