Medium Density Fiberboard
Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) is a type of engineered wood product that is commonly used in construction, furniture-making, and various other applications. MDF is made by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibers and combining them with wax and a resin binder using high temperature and pressure. The resulting product is a dense, uniform board with a smooth surface.Explore our decor range
THICKNESS & SIZE
5.5mm, 7mm, 9.75mm, 11mm, 14.5mm, 16.5mm, 17mm, 18mm, 25mm
2440mm x 1220mm
(Low formaldehyde emissions and moisture resistant grade available on request)
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MDF is commonly used to make furniture, including cabinets, shelves, tables, and chairs. Its smooth surface allows for easy painting or veneering to achieve various finishes.
Interior Decor and Paneling
MDF panels are often used for interior wall paneling, wainscoting, and ceiling tiles. They provide a cost-effective alternative to solid wood paneling.
MDF is utilized in the construction of interior doors, particularly for those with intricate designs or smooth surfaces ready for painting.
MDF is used to create baseboards, crown moldings, and other decorative trim elements for interior spaces.
Display and Exhibition
MDF is commonly used in retail displays, exhibition stands, and signage due to its versatility and ability to be easily shaped and cut.
Speaker Boxes and Enclosures
MDF's density and acoustic properties make it suitable for constructing speaker boxes and audio enclosures.
MDF is a favorite material for DIY enthusiasts due to its affordability and ease of working with common woodworking tools.
MDF is often used as a backing material for shelves, mirrors, and picture frames due to its flat and stable surface.
Crafts and Toys
MDF is a popular material for crafting small toys, dollhouses, and other decorative items.