MDF doors are built of a medium-density fiberboard, which is a processed wood product, and are usually applied in paint-grade applications. MDF doors are superior in terms of quality compared to molded doors and can be apportioned for the purpose of constructing vertical panels and rails.
Lacquer cabinets on MDF are available in matte, glossy and Italian-style finishes. These are models that resemble wooden doors while being environmentally friendly because their manufacture does not result in direct slaughter of trees. Medium-density fiberboard, MDF, English medium density fiberboard, is made from wood shavings supplemented with synthetic resin. Wood fibers used in the manufacture of MDF are usually derived from pruning timber and wood machining wastes, which allows the optimal use of the trees. This material is very insensitive to climatic variations and is homogeneous in all three dimensions. It is also a more economical choice than wood.
- It is easier to customize MDF cabinet doors
- Wide choice of color and finishes
- Curve less than wood
- High levels of moisture resistance
- Environmentally friendly product
- Difficult to retouch in case of scratches
- MDF cabinet doors cannot be stained