FUN FACTS THAT YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT MDF
MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) is an engineered material made by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into fine particles, combining them with wax and a resin binder, and applying high temperature and pressure. It’s actually made up of recycled wood that is not harmful for our environment.
• MDF saves trees as it is a recycling process
• MDF does not have knots or kinks which disturbs the smooth surface
• MDF is resistant to some insects as some chemicals are used for the processing of MDF
• It’s great for painting since the boards are perfectly smooth
• MDF is very consistent throughout, so cut edges appear smooth and you can use a router to get decorative edges
• MDF is less expensive than solid wood and plywood
• MDF is used in so many spaces in our homes. You can find it in cabinets, furniture, molding/trim work, door parts, and store fixtures
• MDF is hard to both flex or crack
• The consistency and smoothness of MDF allow for easy cutting of detailed designs (such as scrolled or scalloped designs) using a scroll saw, band saw, or jigsaw.
• MDF is widely used as a material for both interior and exterior doors
• Unlike solid wood, MDF will remain strong in areas where there is high humidity and moisture
Let’s have a look at the 2021 trending MDF Boards by Nuboard.
1- Classic White
2- Coconut Cream
3- Dove Blue
4- Empress Rose