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White Oak Veneered MDF | 6mm

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White Oak Veneered MDF | 6mm

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White Oak Veneered MDF | 6mm


Our 6mm MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) is a commonly used particle board. It is made by mixing wood fibres, waxes and resins then hot pressing it to different thicknesses. Its main advantage compared to other particle boards and timbers is its clean finish and lack of natural imperfections. Additionally, our MDF boards are FSC Certified, making them extremely environmentally friendly. Due to its dense fibre body, MDF remains strong and holds its form if installed correctly. With massive stocks available, you can always rely on Builders Marketplace for all your MDF needs.

Practical uses of the Oak Veneer MDF include bathroom and kitchen furniture and skirting and window boards. Our Oak Veneer MDF can be preferred over Standard MDF due to its truly unique appearance, no two pieces of this MDF look the same. Because our MDF is manufactured without grain or knots, it’s easy to apply paints and veneers to its face side for full customisation. This smooth surface also contributes to the ease of cutting screwing and gluing of the boards, as well as making them easy to clean and maintain.

Our Oak Veneer MDF is available in a variety of thicknesses (6mm, 9mm, 13mm, 16mm, 19mm, 26mm) and multiple sizes. We can also cut any piece of MDF to your required size or pack together as many sheets as you need for your project. Delivery is offered or collections can be made from our depot for savings.

Standard Sizes:

2400mm – 2440mm x 1200mm – 1220mm (8ft x 4ft)

Additional information

Weight 13000 g
Sheet Size

8ft x 4ft (2440mm x 1220mm), 4ft x 4ft (1220mm x 1220mm), 4ft x 2ft (1220mm x 610mm), 2ft x 2ft (610mm x 610mm), 2ft x 1ft (610mm x 300mm)

Sheet Type

OAK Veneer MDF

Sheet Thickness


Oak veneer is made using a thin layer of veneer of hardwood which Is then stuck to standard MDF.

Any veneered product is made of thin slices of high-quality oak that has a lower density core that resists warping and moisture.