MRMDF - usually pale green is much nicer to use and delaminates less.
The outer surfaces seem to have a better seal on them and take a paint
finish much better.
It does cost more but not a lot 25% say?
There are some special screws and matching drill bits for screwing into
the edge of MDF - sorry can't remember the make.
Whatever you do, don't screw into the edge with out drilling a pilot
Watch out for turbo gold type screws too. The rifling in the threads
tears MDF to dust and has very little strength - useless if you have to
take a screw out and re-fit for any reason.
I suspect you might have meant confirmat screws.
I have used them myself to build a couple of melamine-faced board
cupboards. Easy enough to use if you can ensure you drill holes nice and
square - and the right diameter.
I've got a dog that routs rabbits.
You can borrow him if you want.
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