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FREE MDF and Chipboard Samples

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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Why would you ever want a sample of MDF? MDF is MDF!

A Free sample of chocolate or washing powder...now thats a sample I would possibly signup my spam email address to
#2
Pan111
Why would you ever want a sample of MDF? MDF is MDF!

A Free sample of chocolate or washing powder...now thats a sample I would possibly signup my spam email address to


Chocolate is chocolate, mdf is mdf, some interest some, some interest others.

Chocolate samples are hard to come by, if I saw one and had the choice of posting it or this, i'd choose the chocolate of course.

Washing powder though, a free sample, thats one wash? whereas this will last years, as long as you dont burn it or leave it out in the rain and hammering it every few days
#3
Could be some free firewood!
#4
Iom-RF
Could be some free firewood!


Is mdf safe to burn? I know from high school that you shouldnt breath in the dust (obviously)
#5
No its not, gives you cancer.

Voted hot, a freebie is a freebie!
#6
gary_rip
No its not, gives you cancer.

Voted hot, a freebie is a freebie!


Thanks gary_rip. Going back to the other topic (rep = respect) I have a lot more respect for you now because you posted in this topic and replied to me, rather than someone who didnt have any rep at all.
#7
:) - Thanks, i know im a sad HUKD poster... haha, getting towards 4k now!
#8
came today, large and heavy blue and white box with A4 sized mdf in it

could be useful for someone doing diy because of the size, or trying to cover something up
#9
Only just spotted this - it is a freebie.... voted hot.... and glad that it arrived for you....
#10
laltufan
Only just spotted this - it is a freebie.... voted hot.... and glad that it arrived for you....


Yeah, it wouldnt be too good if the person who posted the free sample didnt get the free sample :roll:
#11
:thumbsup: you can also get lots of free samples of chipboard and MDF at any B&Q and other DIY Superstores, Just go round the back where the skips are and pick them up off the floor. I know someone who replaced all the kitchen cabinet doors with free doors from a skip
#12
got 4 of these in the post, nice size. colour goes well with my flooring, and bed furniture ...

:idea: hmm maybe i can do a whole floor of these samples ... jk.
#13
kippy
:idea: hmm maybe i can do a whole floor of these samples ... jk.


Or with the stone tiles you received :roll: although that'll take even longer :whistling:

Theres also 2 samples of t&g flooring from kronospan
#14
OR

If you want genuine free wood chipboard / mf etc - IKEA have a take what you want corner when odds and sods are left for you to take away..

(this is a serious reply and not a joke - really) - in most stores such as Thurrock it's where they leave the bits no one wants!
#15
yeah thanks for the suggestion.

was incidentally in ikea with friend who's shopping for stuff for her new place and saw the bargains area.

am thinking of laying a floor for the low ceiling attic we inherited up there ... with strong enough wood that we can use. at the moment it's got a water tank bang in the middle and various bits of 45 degree wood (hate messy plumbing and messy woodwork).

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