SupaWood vs Melamine

What is the difference between SupaWood and Melamine?

A concise pros and cons comparison

Also known as MDF (medium density fibreboard), SupaWood is the ideal material for surfaces, cabinets, built-ins and multiple home and store space applications.

SupaWood (MDF) is a mix of wood chips, wood fibre and resin that is compressed with heat and pressure to create a dense and uniform piece of MDF. Its density makes it easier to cut without breaking it.

Melamine is a mix of wood chips and resin used to create one piece of board. This piece may be sturdy as a solid, but can lose this structural integrity when cut.

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