The "fibre board" I've seen around is is used for notice boards etc.
Takes a drawing pin easily but too soft for much else.
Oil tempered hardboard stays flat but is quite a lot dearer than the
On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 08:59:24 +0000, Stuart Noble wrote:
=================================This is a different type of fibre board. It's not like the thick (1/2")
notice board stuff. Nor is it hardboard. It looks and works a bit like the
material used for those old cheap fibre suitcases - it might actually be
the same thing.
You'll see it in the dash and door panels of old Minis and in the boot
linings of cheap old cars.
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