Have never done it myself. But I do not see why that is not possible. After all it is made of fiber.
Mike, this product is made from wood fibers and a bonding agent - call it glue - and different manufacturers will have different "recipes" for their product, resulting in a different textures . M D F stands for medium density fiberboard, and you can buy H D F or high density fiberboard at some lumber yards, which is SO heavy I only used it once! The "boards" are all about the same quality and your choice of manufacturers will be dependent on who you buy it from. I have found Home Depots M D F to be suitable in density and finish for most of the projects I have used this product on and its actual dimensions are 49" x 97" which is a bonus.
Approximately 95 to 100 US pounds or 43 to 45.5 kg.
Albert, phone and ask your local store if they cut stock - most do. Keep in mind that these sheets are actually 49" x 97" (4'-1" x 8'-1") when cutting
No this is an interior product.
Yes, This product is perfect for that application.
Yes, It is strong enough for a murphy bed.
I ordered online and picked up in store. They cut it down to the size I needed. I do not know if they will do this for a piece that will be delivered.
Yes. MDF is stable and has a smooth uniform surface. It will accept paint fairly well.
Yes it is very sturdy. I may not use it in bathrooms and kitchen but the other rooms would be great. I have used hundreds of sheets for many projects. It takes a lot of water to mess up the integrity but I would still use pressure treated plywood for kitchens and bath.