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Thanks for the input kahit di ko naintindihan most of it. I'm not familiar with construction jargons kasi. Nagtitingin tingin lang ako ng materials dahil nga sa renovation, and it's one of the more evident difference I've observed -- yung mukhang sponge ang MDF. Not to mention ang mahal ng modular kitchens that use MDF (although I haven't encountered a modular kitchen that uses plywood). Btw, wala pong leak dun sa lababo. It's probably just the humidity.
Baka particle board yun. If humidity got it then it must be old and MDF is relatively new. Particle boards are more widely used by the early pre-fab kitchen suppliers here in the philippines from the high end Maco Kutchen to the mid Mobel Systema to the more economical San Jose brand. They supplied Particle board kitchen cabs more than 30 years ago.
eto ang mdf, eto ginamit sa kitchen namen,
yan yung part na binutas para sa sink, 3 mos na syang asa labas lang ng bahay, naulanan and naarawan na, pero hindi naman sya ganon na nag absorb ng tubig..kaya pag naka sealed mabuti, siguro naman hindi magkakaproblem
Pag nag pa install kayo ng sink remind the installer to use a butyl-rubber caulk as a seal. Ganun din sa built-in hob type range dapat may butyl seal. Some built in range comes with this sa box.
Yeah, that's it. Butyl na yung black na parang alkitran. That will do the job and your installer just went further with the silicone. Unnecessary but no harm done some old habits never die. Good for him. Single hole sa granite? An extra hole would be better.
I was able to renovate my bathrooms by making toiletry cabinets, medicine cabinets with mirror, tissue paper holder, liquid soap dispenser mount, cleaning materials hanging shelf/open cabinet, shampoo shelf/open cabinet. Plus the stainless steel pipes, holders, and flanges from Soler Manila, it only cost me about 1K for each bathroom.
I still have a lot of lined up DIY projects from these laminated marine plywood scraps.
Eto naman iyong mga sale items including the scraps.