White Oak Veneered MDF provides an amazing alternative to solid wood and is used as a wood substitute in a variety of applications. MDF sheets are constructed by bonding wood fibres together using resin. A veneer coating is applied to each side to create veneered MDF sheets. The edges of the MDF sheets are left exposed, or an edging strip is applied with an iron to provide a uniform colour and finish.
The main key features of veneered materials is:
- Very versatile
- Tough material
Due to these key features, it is great for:
- wall panelling, doors
- kitchen cabinets
- dining tables