Here is my question, I have been cruising the forum and researching Doable. I have been unsuccessful in finding the Doable Board, however, my Home Depot has Doable PolySheets. I just found it today in the trim and panelling section. The tag says that it is made by Do Able for $19 for a 4X8 sheet.
My question is whether it is the right stuff. The sheets are flexible, almost like vinyl flooring, but thinner. The sheets are solid white with a slight texture, when held up to the light it has hardly any sheen to it. Do you think this is the same stuff as the hardboard Doable, just without the hardboard attached to it.
I am thinking it is, but I have never seen the actual Doable hardboard in person so I am at a loss. I am thinking of buying it and using an adhesive, like for countertops, to laminate it to either plywood or a sheet of sheetrock for hanging. What does everyone think. Also, the sheets are flexible enough that a person could buy them, roll them up, put them in a shipping tube, and ship them.
Thanks in advance, this forum has saved me so much money with tips and products.