|Forum topic by Maynard||posted 05-11-2009 06:56 AM||884 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
05-11-2009 06:56 AM
Back when I was young, Fiberboard was a step up from cardboard. It was used in drawer bottoms and the bottom or backs of case goods.
Then they came out with MDF – Medium Density Fiberwood. Used this for years in cabinets parts when hidden.
BUT a few years ago, at least a few years to me, they came out with HDF, that is High Density Fiberwood.
I am new to this site, and have spent probably 40 hours in the last few weeks reading and becomming addicted. I have not seen it mentioned in any of the post, but I have seen that some are not happy with the edge treatments of MDF. They might find HDF to be far superior. I know that I do.