Internet #202089069

Model #1508104

Store SKU #354221

Medium Density Fiberboard (Common: 1/4 in. x 2 ft. x 4 ft.; Actual: 0.216 in. x 23.75 in. x 47.75 in.)

Frequently Bought Together

+
Price:

Product Overview

Made of 100% wood, the 1/4 in. x 24 in. x 4 ft. MDF Particle Board is a great choice for a in a variety of applications. The board can be finished by painting and staining.

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
47.75
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
0.25
Actual Product Width (in.)
23.875
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
4
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/4
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
2

Details

Engineered Wood Type
Particle Board/MDF
Plywood Features
None
Span Rating
Not Applicable
Weather Exposure
Interior

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

56Questions19Answers

I'm wanting to make a 24x36 Gothic Arch Window to hang on my wall. Should I buy this size and thickness?

Asked by Cosmo January 25, 2021
2
Answers

This will probably work if you only want a decorative shape to put on your wall. It is only less than 1/4" thick (about the thickness of corrugated cardboard), so it would not be suitable for any load bearing. I used it to make glue-on shaker look stiles and rails for cabinet doors, glued to flat faced doors. Turned out nice for this purpose.

How much does a panel weigh?

Asked by Ron November 28, 2020
1
Answer

Each panel weighs about 9 lbs.

Can this be used as underlayment over a concrete floor?

Asked by John November 17, 2020
3
Answers

I would not recommend it as an underlayment. Any moisture would cause it to swell

Do you sell this in 4x8 sheets

Asked by Travis November 7, 2020
1
Answer

No

do you think this would be good for building a hamster cage?

Asked by person1 August 30, 2020
4
Answers

The hamster might eat through it!

Want to use this in my bathroom to cut in strips and use for DIY batten board look. Will this boa...

Asked by KristinaH June 13, 2020
2
Answers

If it is sealed first on the end grain. I would suggest spray shellac to seal the ends. Remember a lot of cabinets are made from this so as long as it is well sealed you will be fine

How much weight can this 2x4 hold?

Asked by RC May 14, 2020
1
Answer

That is a very open-ended question, like asking how much weight a tree limb can bear and how much deflection are you willing to accept.. If you were thinking of using this as a shelf, or shelving, I would not recommend it unless it was fully support on all four sides and in the middle, as a minimum.

Can i use this product in my lazer cutting machine?

Asked by Kurt May 6, 2020
0
Answers

could this be used for a ramp for a 30lb dog?

Asked by Carl February 18, 2020
3
Answers

This material would be a bit thin for a 4-foot ramp. Plus thr surface might prove to be too slippery. I would go for something thicker with a rougher surface, just to be on the safe side.

I need a 48” round piece, or 2 24’ pieces to make a 48’ table top

Asked by Zhenma February 10, 2020
2
Answers

You should be able to get two 23.75" half circles out of one piece of this fiberboard. When joined together they would make a 47.5" diameter table top.

Medium Density Fiberboard (Common: 1/4 in. x 2 ft. x 4 ft.; Actual: 0.216 in. x 23.75 in. x 47.75 in.) - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 270 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
5star-icon188
4star-icon64
3star-icon10
2star-icon4
1star-icon4
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 270 reviews
great stuff
Quality, great for cnc projects. Made a sign for my garage for the upcoming football season. Go bills
by gingerwoodworks
1 person found this helpful
I used this material for the inside panel of my cabinet doors. It is very smooth and also very ea...
I used this material for the inside panel of my cabinet doors. It is very smooth and also very easy to cut.
by theman
1 person found this helpful
This MDF was just the right material for making lids for my metal bushel bins. Easy to cut, dril...
This MDF was just the right material for making lids for my metal bushel bins. Easy to cut, drill, sand and attach to the supporting 2 x 4 mounting bracket for the lids. Advantage of MDF over 1/4” plywood, no wooden splinters or tear out after cutting, just a quick touch up with a fine grit sponge sanding block. Recommend this MDF for interior projects not subject to moisture or contact with liquids.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
This product was perfect for the risers on our redone...
This product was perfect for the risers on our redone steps. For $4.50 I made three risers... the pre-done ones (which need to be cut anyway) were the same basic material, painted, but $11 each.
by cbgator
3 people found this helpful
We used this 1/4" mdf to make craft cutouts. ...
We used this 1/4" mdf to make craft cutouts. Wish HD would carry the full 4'x8' sheets.
by Carlo
2 people found this helpful
I use thin sheets ~ 1/4 inch for wood framed shop cabinet sides where I can screw them into the w...
I use thin sheets ~ 1/4 inch for wood framed shop cabinet sides where I can screw them into the wood. I use the thicker sheets ~3/4 for table saw jigs.,
by HomeDepotCustomer
Perfect recommendation. Justin was great! Worked perfectly and closet is now fixed! Very happy!
Perfect recommendation. Justin was great! Worked perfectly and closet is now fixed! Very happy!
by Paco
I used the 1/4" MDF to renew some '70's kitchen cabinets in one of my rental units. This size, 2...
I used the 1/4" MDF to renew some '70's kitchen cabinets in one of my rental units. This size, 24" x 48", easily fit into my SUV. I needed two sheets to complete my project. The kitchen cabinets were these brown flat front particle board, formica cabinets that looked really dated, but still funtional. I cut the MDF into 2" strips on my table saw and glued them to the doors and drawer fronts (1" strips on the horizontal drawer fronts). Primed and painted them with high quality paints. Turned out nicely. This gave the kitchen a newer Shaker style look. Now, I'm going to repaint the formica "butcher block" counter tops and epoxy them to make the kitchen look more custom, like granite.
by Rich
4 people found this helpful
I use this board for backing for my scroll saw work. Does the job just fine
I use this board for backing for my scroll saw work. Does the job just fine
by potatohead
The material is a consistent size throughout, my only dissatisfaction is that it appears to flake...
The material is a consistent size throughout, my only dissatisfaction is that it appears to flake too easily. Might be an issue of two little adhesive in the batch that was processed to retain fibers from flaking.
by ProffittCE
1 person found this helpful
Showing 1-10 of 270 reviews