Unframed Non-Magnetic Chalkboard Sheet Material

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Product Overview

Unframed Chalkboard Sheet Material offers an affordable, durable and high-quality writing surface in custom sizes. Whether you need full-sized panels or Chalkboard pieces custom cut to your needs, pick up some Unframed Chalkboard Sheet Material today and make your next presentation or lecture truly memorable.
  • Non-Magnetic writing surface on 1/4" substrate
  • Available in a number of different sizes to fit almost any open area
  • Available in Green and Black
  • Unframed Boards are cut and designed to be framed. Edges will be rough.

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  • Is This A Skin Over Masonite Or Is It Porcelain Coated Asked By David on Jan 27th, 2018
    1 Answer
    • Non-Magnetic Chalkboards are typically either a thin piece of slate material laminated to a backing or a composition surface (2 coats of paint baked to a substrate). Porcelain boards, both chalkboards and whiteboards, are always magnetic as they have to be baked onto a steel sheet, only steel can withstand the high temperature necessary to bake porcelain enamel.
      Answered By Brian H on Jan 29th, 2018
  • Can These Be Cut Down Or Would It Crack? Asked By Mitzi on Feb 12th, 2018
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    • Nobody has answered this question yet.

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