I have searched and searched for the answer to these questions. So I am in really high hopes that it could be answered here.
I am remodeling my kitchen. I have taken off everything (old cabinets, appliances, old drywall, linoleum, etc.), basically; I am down to the wall studs and concrete floor.
Something to bear in mind: I live in a condominium.
*I want to use 4'x8' - 1/2inch MDF panels for the walls instead of drywall.
I cannot find anything anywhere that says how to work with MDF for walling purposes.
For instance: drywall has beveled edges to ease joining. That way you get the look of an all flat surface. MDF does not have that.
Keeping in mind that I DO want to use MDF for the walls. How do I work with them? What technique is used to join the seems in a fashion that appears to have NO seems at the joints?
If you have pros and cons (about MDF only) that my help me out. By all means, please set me straight.
However: Please just don't bash my idea as I have gotten from everyone else. A true reply would be great.
Please help me out.
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