It swells and warps. If thoroughly soaked it's unlikely to return to its original shape entirely.
it is unless it gets wet
what happens ifa damp area dries out
Yes, especially if it gets damp!
I think the type you refer to are tongue&groove boards made from material similar to MDF, only more dense, and harder than MDF. It is veneered in either natural timber or a hard wearing synthetic veneer which looks like timber. It is more water proof than MDF, but should only be cleaned with a damp sponge mop. If you slosh water on it, it will eventually get under the boards and swell them.
mdf is strong but not very strong
MDF= Medium Density Fiberboard
mdf is a manufactured wood material
1.60mm is the thinnest mdf we make
no, MDF cannot observe water
The difference is that MDF is MDF and Pine is Pine, two different names, Genius.
it goes mouldy