MDF and Supawood

When it comes to engineered wood, MDF board -also known locally as SupaWood, is often considered a level above plywood. It is denser, stronger and more durable. For these reasons, it has almost as many applications as solid wood. MDF is a composite product used in many home and professional projects, such as furniture, cabinetry, flooring and even speaker boxes due to its smooth finish, machinability, strength and consistency. All these great characteristics allow us the flexibility to build great looking products at an affordable price point without having to worry about durability.

Care construction

Sun damage MDF is sensitive to light. We'd recommend that you avoid leaving anything on the surfaces for the first 6-8 weeks, if they're exposed to sunlight. This should help you avoid any marks or rings appearing if the furniture lightens in the sun.


A damp (never soaking wet) cloth will do it. Dry the surfaces thoroughly afterwards. MDF can be damaged by liquids, so if you spill anything on it, be sure to wipe it dry immediately. If you need to remove any stains, go gently - use mild soap and warm water.

Made: This product is proudly handcrafted in South Africa.

Note: Actual product colours may slightly vary from colours shown online due to screen variations, image lighting and fabric availability. Please ask a sales representative for colour swatches and fabric samples should you be unsure.

Care Instructions for Oak furniture 
It has been lovingly finished with Jax Oleum - Single coat wood oil. The product protects, nourishes and colours wood in one easy application.

Please follow these care instructions.

•Use a soft, damp cloth with diluted Jax cleaner to gently clean the oiled surface.

•Our Jax soft wax can be applied monthly to give a slight sheen and a little extra protection.

•Use the Jax maintenance oil annually or when the surface is a little dry. It will nourish the wood and give it a slight sheen.

Do not clean with any solvent based products like thinners, turpentine, benzene or harsh detergents.

Do not rub surface with excessive pressure or any abrasive material.

If liquid is spilt on the surface, wipe it off as soon as possible. Leaving it for some time could result in watermarks and patches appearing. These can sometimes be removed using Jax cleaner. If your furniture gets small scratches and Nick's we have a touch up marker that can be used to fill and repair these spots.

For any further information please go to Jaxoleum

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