HDF (High Density Fiberboard/Hardboard) is like MDF in that it is a man-made composite panel product that is manufactured from compressed wood fibers. It is a stronger, harder product than MDF with a typical density of up to 900kg/m3. HDF is predominantly used in laminate flooring products where this density is required, though other uses include door skins and underpayment.
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HDF is a very thin board, with a typical thickness of 3mm-8mm, and is also often supplied perforated, meaning it is completely inappropriate as a substrate for creating interior mouldings. You may have seen HDF in your home as it is also commonly used as backing panels for furniture- if so you will understand how unsuited this material is for creating skirting boards and architrave.
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