Looking around most Kitchen Units use MFC (Melamine Faced Chioboard)
but some of the bigger (better?) manufactureres use mdf to build the
carcases. The impression is that mdf provides a more robust carcase.
So is mdf better than mfc for carcases? Does it tend to be used mainly
for bespoke kitchens?
Where could I buy mdf carcases. Not much joy googling for mdf
carcases, all the sheds seem to have mfc carcases only.
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