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Personally I think MDF is disgusting cheap garbage! In 100 years those who can will have replaced it and those who can't will be cursing the cheap or bad taste of those who put it in in the first place.
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Agree with Kkeith. We have new home, went round and round w/ cabinet decision wood vs MDF. I had to have white, so went w/ MDF and hate it. It marks and scratches and shows the slightest little bumps. It was not cheap either. Never again.

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Rhonda Rogers

I like the idea of covering a popcorn ceiling with MDF.

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