The MDF board colours in Kenya includes – Blue, Green, Orange, Red, Violet, Yellow. Chocolate Brown, Light Grey, Mid Grey and the ever- popular Black. All coloured boards are available in standard (1220 x 2440mm) size in 8,12, 16 & 19mm thicknesses. (Call for availability)

Here at Cherry Interior, we have a large range of through-coloured MDF boards in a number of different thicknesses and colours.

Our sales advisors are highly trained and have a wealth of knowledge on these products so give us a call to discuss you project requirements.

Our coloured MDF boards are just like standard MDF just that the fibres have been dyed prior to the manufacture of the board so it is a uniform colour throughout the entire board. This process means that the pigment will be highly resistant to sunlight and artificial light and the colour will last indefinitely. The dyes used are organic in composition. This also means the product is ideal for machining as the exposed areas are the same colour. Call us for more details.

How is coloured MDF different from Standard MDF?

Coloured MDF boards are highly economical and time saving alternative to traditional colour staining standard MDF. All that is needed is a clear varnish to seal the board and this will bring out the vivid colours to the maximum.

They have a high melamine content so they have a highest resistance to moisture and are ideally suited to machining and deep routing with a mechanical resistance that is 30% higher than plain MDF boards, this means even better screw holding properties.

These coloured boards can prove to be highly convenient, economic and time saving due to the consistent and even pigmentation throughout the fibres of the MDF, making the construction of attractive looking panels, countertops, desks and office/display furniture incredibly simple.

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Shirley Olga

Shirley is passionate about interiors and has been instrumental in the introduction of new product lines from international brands such as Hettich, Hepo and Sonae Arauco. Read some of her articles here.