After receiving lots of feedback, I have realised that using MDF as the main wood for base boards on my OO gauge model railway layout in a shed is not the best material to use…
It can absorb moisture and “blow” (expand) causing uneven surface which will in result leave track not level or straight. This could cause issues with the running of locomotives or trains on a layout.
So, with that in mind, I have adopted an… unusual approach to dealing with MDF and preventing this issue from happening!
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