Standard MDF FAQs

MDF categories are lightweight MDF, Standard MDF and high-density MDF.
Standard MDF is made by breaking down hard or softwood into wood fibre using a defibrillator. The broken-down wood fibre is then combined with a wax and resin binder. The mixture is then formed into panels using temperature and pressure.
Standard MDF (Medium-Density Fibreboard) is broken down hardwood combined with wax and resin binder.
Standard MDF sheets are not fire-resistant but fire-resistant MDF can be used instead.
The paint dries fast so it can come out very uneven so you will have to use a special primer for MDF. Once this has been applied you can paint the MDF with ease.
Yes! Standard MDF comes in 4mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 15mm, 18mm, 22mm and 25mm thicknesses.