Jumat, 18 November 2016
Bedroom Furniture - MDF is an engineered wood product formed from breaking down softwood into wood fibers that are then combined with wax and resin in high temperatures and pressure to create panels. In Australia, the main species of wood used to make MDF is plantation-grown radiata pine, though many other woods can be and are used around the world. You are probably thinking about the material that forms the bottom of a drawer in an inexpensive dresser or chest of drawers, but that’s not MDF – it’s particle board. MDF is denser than typical particle board but not as dense as hardwood. Often, discount beds are made of MDF. Of course, this is not necessarily a bad thing, since MDF is a lighter weight material than hardwood and can be moved around more easily. Continue reading...