Is hardboard and cardboard the same thing

Name designation material Womowand

  • Hello,

    can someone tell me what it is called, was or has been the last inner layer with wallpaper on our Womowand.
    It is about 2mm thick, fibrous and actually quite firm.
    At first I thought of some kind of furniture back wall, but it looks different and nobody in the various hardware stores or carpenter's shops seems to know that.
    I would be happy if someone could bring light into the darkness.

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  • cardboard (LINK)

  • Cardboard. I would call that cardboard.

  • Hello,
    thank you but if it was so easy, why couldn't the hardware stores etc. help, they had it in front of their noses too ..........

  • tach
    It could also be soft fiber board or even medium-density fiber board, then use the commercially available hard fiber board as a replacement. MDF will hardly be available in hardware stores in this strength.
    until recently, roma

  • tach
    could also be soft fiber board or even medium density fiber board, then use the commercially available hard fiber board as a replacement. MDF will hardly be available in hardware stores in this strength.
    until recently, roma

    Hello,
    that's why I first thought of furniture wall, it's almost the same thing.

    I photographed the whole thing again with the big camera and uploaded it externally because of the size:

  • Hello,

    for my Knaus it is called hardboard (in leather look) 2340x1437x1.9mm price approx. 80 €

    Friendly greets

    Bernd

    Disclaimer: You follow my tips and advice at your own risk, I assume that you are able to do the work you do

  • Hello,

    for my Knaus it is called hardboard (in leather look) 2340x1437x1.9mm price approx. 80 €

    Friendly greets

    Bernd

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    @ roma / Bernd
    Thanks for that. I'll go looking for a record and take a closer look ...

  • I can only emphasize again and again that there is also offline trading. Ask the motorhome workshop, they will be helped

  • I can only emphasize again and again that there is also offline trading. Ask the motorhome workshop, they will be helped

    Thank you Flumi, in the old homeland it would have been easier, but here within a radius of at least 70 km this is no good because the rule is that companies are supposedly cheaper than doing it yourself.
    I didn't want to make one snack board after the other either ......