Reed & Bead Moisture Resistant MDF 9mm x 1220mm x 813mm (48" x 32")

Reed & Bead Moisture Resistant MDF 9mm x 1220mm x 813mm (48'' x 32'')
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Trade Price:  £21.54(Inc. 20% VAT)
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Finish:  Unfinished MR MDF
Material:  Moisture Resistant MDF
Board Thickness:  9mm
Size:  1220mm x 813mm (48" x 32")
Use:  Wall Panelling
Panel Width:  100mm


Want to look of traditional tongue and groove cladding but don't fancy the labour intensive job of pining each individual piece on the wall? This is the ideal product that gives the appearance of traditional tongue and groove cladding in a handy sheet form.

Save time over softwood cladding by fixing the sheet onto battens on the wall of simply bond it directly onto the wall. The smooth face and dense moisture resistant core make painting the sheet easy. Another advantage over traditional Pine cladding is it does not shrink as it dries like Pine can which can lead to gaps appearing and it can break the surface of the paint finish.  

Can be cut easily with basic hand tools.

Supplied in 9mm thick moisture resistant MDF, this product can even be used in bathrooms or other humid areas.

Available in 2440mm x 1220mm (8' x 4') sheets that can be cut to your specific sizes or as a standard 810mm x 1220mm panel.

The grooves run the 2440mm direction.

 

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Instructions: How to Provide Cutting Instructions for Sheet Material

We can cut this product for you in our in-house workshop. If you would like us to do this please follow these instructions to make sure we have all of the relevant information to enable us to cut it correctly.

We need two dimensions, in millimetres, to enable us to cut your chosen material.

If the product has a grain please list the dimension in the direction of the grain first.
E.g. if you're making a wardrobe door 1800mm x 500mm and you want the grain to run vertically (the 1800mm way) you would write it as above, 1800mm x 500mm.
If you are making a drawer front 150mm x 397mm and you want the grain to run vertically (the 150mm way) you would write it 150mm x 397mm.

In some cases a sheet can be cut in more than one way to achieve the sizes you want. If you have an intended use for your off cut please tell us so we can cut the sheet in the way that yields the size of cut you would like.

For orders with large numbers of cut pieces we use computer software to calculate the most economical way to cut the sheet. We will not accept responsibility if this method doesn't yield what you were hoping for from your sheet once it has been cut.

If you are unsure about any of your cutting please contact us before placing your order.

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