MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard)
MDF is a sheet material made by mixing wood fibres, waxes and resins then hot pressing it to the different thicknesses.
Our Standard MDF can be used in a number of commercial and domestic settings and are available in a range of thicknesses and sizes.
MDF is a sheet material made by mixing wood fibres, waxes and resins then hot pressing it to the different thicknesses. The Standard MDF can be used in a number of commercial and domestic settings.
Domestically it is used for bathroom and kitchen furniture and skirting and window boards, the Standard MDF is intended for indoor use only. The standard form of MDF is desired for its clean finish and load-bearing capabilities. The Standard MDF is pressed without grains or knots, providing a smooth face side, ready for paint, veneer or lamination. This smooth surface also contributes to the ease of cutting, screwing and gluing of these particular boards, as well as being easy to clean and maintain. These sheets are also incredibly environmentally friendly, with all of the wood fibres used in production being responsibly sourced.
The Standard MDF Boards are available in a range of sizes and thicknesses, and can be cut to your desired size, just remember to add the Builders Marketplace Cutting Service to your purchase.