An engineered wood product made of broken down wood fibers, wax and resin, MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) was originally introduced as an alternative to solid wood products in the 1980's. Unlike hardwood and softwood, MDF resists the natural expansion and contraction from changes in humidity, weather, and temperature. Since it is resistant to these fluctuations, it is less likely to become distorted, warped or bow over time. The reliability in the production of MDF results in a dependably smooth and blemish free surface that allows for uniform paint and adhesive absorption across all Cabinet Doors or Drawer Fronts.
Not only is MDF strong, expansion and contraction resistant and can eliminate the problem of poor consistency and defects, but it is becoming increasingly environmentally responsible. The interest in MDF products sees no sign of slowing down, and what started as a trend looks like it is here to stay. With advances in environmental sustainability, higher quality and faster production methods and new styles and combinations, we can’t wait to see what the future of this brings.
MDF (Medium density fiberboard) is a type of man-made wood product that is created by breaking woods down into fibers, mixing wood pulp with resin, and then using high temperatures and pressure to compress and bake the fibers into a strong, new panel.
MDF is chosen for durability, affordability, appearance, or any combination of the three. The stability of MDF has a significant advantage especially in kitchens and baths, which commonly endure dramatic and swift changes to temperature and humidity.
So whether your priority is appearance, strength, cost or durability, MDF is a great option to consider for remodeling your kitchen or bath. Check out Cabinet Doors 'N' More's wide range or MDF or RTF Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts.
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