Susan Gefvert: Dude, thank you. I am definitely buying that board
Anurag Kumar: you suck
koofdome: This is also slippery as it is right out of the store. What it really is,
is MDF board with an acrylic layer on top. Tese boards are used for laundry
rooms, kitchens, or bathrooms as they are mold and mildew resistant, cheap,
and waterproof. Like I said, they are ALREADY SLICK. You can chose to use
Pledge or a wood polish to make them ridiculously smooth. Do not use
silicone lubricant, that stuff smells and will stain. Simply spray Pledge
and wipe with a cotton rag.
koofdome: 8'x4' malamine boards are sold at Menards for $12.65. They are in the
Wallcoverings Department right with the wall panels and ceiling tile. SKU #
is 507-1063. If you want to adhere these boards to thicker pieces of wood
underneath, use Loctite Power Grab construction adhesive or an epoxy resin.
I work at Menards in this department lol
wayd19: Those clips are for an undermount sink
2boss4u567: nice green biscit in the background lol
Sahil Patel: How long are each of the pieces of wood for the puck rebounder?
Zaid Syed: What is the stuff you put around the wood?
Screwyou: Is it durable?
Sportslover1327: How did you make the passy thing? Because I just got a skill pad for my
Yu-fen Lee: Thank you so much for your work! That's a great job!!
Amardeep Saggi: I tried to search up the product number on the site. Couldn't find the
product. Is the number you posted in the description correct?
Blizzard020: that white sheet price us or canadien?
OneTrickPony13: Nice work........thanks for the vid:)
John Jacinto: This won't mess up the bottom of the blade right.
wildcat22pgt: Wow that's pretty cool !!
karan sian: This guy sounds like Mart Huggins from the Campaign
Truhamms: WOW! The puck slides VERY well. Nice Vid!
Cody Murrison: @SuperInventorMan ok dumb question here but it 4'x8' bigger or smaller than
32 sq feet
Richard Swanson: great help
Chris Hall: Just got this today, works AMAZING...thank you so much!!
renfrowe: That's not how that works... 32 feet on every side is 1024 square feet...
shibbiness: @wackyfreakyrandom Hey, do you have the link to the product on their
website? Or a number I could use to find it? All these other numbers are
for the American sites. Thanks.
minusgreen: good work .awesome job. going to build some for my mites team for summer
Benjamen Button: i found this exact hardboard at home hardware for $8.99 (Canada) and your
idea helped me. As so for the puck re-bounder. it is way bigger though. it
is about 55cm's longer though. just saying thanks for the idea
Brad Whyton: Could someone make me grilled cheese
Hockeychance: Thx And any specific length needed for the bungee cord? Or tension wise?
hockeyhuntingriding: great video very helpfull thank you
Mark Ivan: I know..thanks
Hockeychance: Is this panel strong enough to take shots on??? Thx
xXDarkWolfXx961: did you have to spray the board for it to be slipery also how much did it
Mark Ivan: @xXhockeymidgetXx Goto Home depot Website and type in 346428 in the search
box. That is the SKU number. It will bring up the product. any HD employee
should be able to take you to the product if you give them the SKU#. The
product is called: Thrifty White 32 sq. ft. Hardboard Panel Board Model #
709106 Store SKU # 346428
Lauren Archibald: what length are the bungee cords ??
standeman32: I couldn't find the same one but I got a bigger size for only 7 dollars
because I asked if I could get It cheaper for the chips in it
Mark Ivan: Yes, it is brown
PapaEsch: Nice job!, I live in Ontario and got that 4x8 sheet at Home Depot for $6
because it had a nick in it, will make the rebounder tonight. At Pro Hockey
Life they want $80 for a 2X3' piece of plastic, that's nuts. Thanks for the
great idea, I can hear the neighbours side car windows smashing already.
devin2482: What is the exact name of the plastic?
mikeeey47: wow this guys awesome he made something out of nothing and this other video
i saw same thing just with metal and rubber they wanted 99 bucks for it
geez rip off
420tanguay: Hi, I found a Moulding & Millwork White Hardboard 1/8 x 4 x 8 at home depot
in Canada, because I live in Canada, and is this one good too? Its on the
Home Depot Canada website.Please get back to me ASAP, want to get one
kenneth2951: @SuperInventorMan How much more do acrylic panels cost?
Gordon Smith: To anyone asking the "brand" or "name" of the board, I work at Home Depot
and this is a 4'x8' (1.2m x 2.4m) 1/8" (3.175mm) White MDF board. You
should be able to find this at any home improvement or lumber store. It is
used typically in Laundry rooms or Utility rooms because the white Acrylic
coating is mold and mildew resistant and easy to clean.
FromGood2Pro: i got a 24" by 48" marker board from home depot for 8 bucks and sprayed it
wirh pledge and it works great, the board is pretty thin and easy to move
101hardeepmalhi: Is the back brown
Mark Ivan: @OMG1340 Not that cheap....
Hengster4: Literally went to lowes after i saw this and got the 8x4 sheet for 11
dollars, the puck slides very very well, great video
Mark Ivan: @cooldudz123 It is a 1/8" smooth panel board made by DPI (Decorative Panel
Industries). It is used for finishing work in kitchens and such, like maybe
the face board on the back of an island with cabinets. Goto Lowes site and
search for "dpi white hardboard" to see what it looks like.
Marc Castrovinci: You must work for one of those kitty companies selling them for $200.
DYAC: My friend's business did extremely well with adwords. He basically pay google to put his promotion ads on varies websites and the conversion rate is really high. I guess it helps since he sells gag/prank gifts and his ads get display on funny autocorrect websites. He wouldn't tell me the exact amount, but I'm estimating it is near the mid 6-figure salary. No risk no rewards I guess.
Homemade Hockey Practice Pad/Puck Rebounder4.8
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