MDF Mirrors

Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF). This invention of the 1960s is formed by gluing together wood fibers under high heat and pressure, resulting in a flexible material similar to particle board. Like particle board, MDF has no grain, which greatly reduces the likelihood of splitting and splintering. Unlike particle board, MDF resists warping when exposed to moisture. Cheaper and tougher than wood, MDF is popularly used for desks, chairs, and shelves. Because MDF can be made entirely from recycled wood, it is a beloved choice of many environmentally conscious consumers. Depending on its intended application, MDF can be engineered to resist fire, water, or nuclear particles.

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