A Quick take on MPC Board

As soon as one talk about furniture, the first thing comes to mind is wooden furniture. No, with the change of time, there are a lot of things that have changed and so does the material for quality furniture. In current era, furniture is made from a number of materials. Considering the shortage of wood and damage to the environment, many people prefer furniture, which is not made of wood. With the help of modern technology, there is also a beautiful option available as a substitute for wood which is known as a plastic board.

plastic boards

How is it made?

It is made from a unique combination of wood and polymer particles. Here the material is a prime part of No cellulose-based natural fibre such as bamboo fibre, peanut hulls, dig estate and straw.  There are two types of plastic boards available which are known as WPC and MPC. Here, WPC stands for Wood Polymer Composite while MPC stands for Mineral Polymer Composite. These plastic boards are available in different sizes by producers.

The mineral polymer composite board is much useful to make classy furniture useful in thekitchen, drawing room and bathroom. These days MPC board material is much popular, and there are many factors responsible for it.

Why MPC board furniture?

Well, there are a few advantages of this material, which are not available with any other substance as of wood, and hence, it is the best option to replace the wooden furniture. It is termite proof, waterproof and durable. Cleaning of furniture made from the MPC board is also easy as cleaning with damp water is also enough. Hence, one can save time on cleaning of furniture. The making of furniture is also same as wood and no special tools are required. There are numerous colours available in the market and hence, one does not worry about spending on paint. It is easy to shape the board and hence any type of furniture can be made from it. There is no need to worry from fungal attacks and change of shape with the change of season also. It does not corrode or rot with the passage of time. Due to its water resistant characteristic, it can be used in many areas, which are prone to water or any other kind of liquid spillage. Hence, the use of this material also helps to increase the value of the home as well as the area where it is used. All these benefits offer one absolute value for money. Those who love clean and shining furniture all the time, it is an excellent option to have beautiful furniture. There is also no significant maintenance cost of furniture made of this material and as it is splinter free, considered safer than wood for children as well as pets in the home.

Any disadvantages?

Though one cannot term it as disadvantages, but there are a few limitations noted by people. There is mild decolonization and lesser grip of fibre is experienced over a period.

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