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D-C-Fix Whitewood Gloss White Wood effect Self-adhesive film (L)2.1m (W)900mm
- Easy to apply Peel & stick application
- Transforms kitchen cupboards, renovates old furniture, protects books, lines drawers, covers shelves & personalises stationary
- Suitable use type - Books, cupboards, furniture, shelves & stationery
Features and benefits
Self adhesive film is an easy and affordable way to create bespoke furniture for your home, whether you want to prevent it from being thrown out in the trash or simply because you enjoy a DIY project, you can rejuvenate it using this authentic woodgrain in minutes. Update your kitchen doors and counter tops or customize flat pack furniture, whatever the project it'll have a whole new look at a fraction of the cost of replacing them. Easy to apply with a low tac adhesion on application, so the film can be repositioned, air bubbles can be easily pushed out with a smoother to the edge.
- Repositionable during application
- Water and heat resistant up to 75 degrees
- For the perfect finish apply with the d-c fix applicator kit
- Hardwearing and versatile
- Bonds in 24 hours and fully removable
|Style||Brick, tile & natural|
AT08 - 8 month ago
We used this on our kitchen cabinets as it’s removable and we weren’t sure if we’d like the white. We love it, great way to transform your kitchen on a budget.
Long lasting, easy to apply and clean
Marden83 - 8 month ago
I got this to cover my stairs. Originally painted with floor paint but would eventually chip. I wanted something that would last longer and be easy to clean. Not only was this easy to apply (I did the whole stairs in about 90 minutes) it is lasting really well. This is several months on. It’s still stuck down, no tears and cleans up easily. It’s also not too slippery when walking on. This has survived pets and kids walking on it.
did what it was meant to do
Pitchu - 9 month ago
I read a review that said it wasn't what B&Q had described but if you read the description properly you will see that it says "white wood effect" not that the colour is white
Rachksl - 1 year ago
I used this on old cupboard doors to give them an updated look & I was very impressed with the end result. Yes, it was a bit of hard work & I would highly recommend using the tools that are sold separately along with a hairdryer to give it a cleaner edge. It's a far cry from the old fablon that I used many years ago. As you can see on the pictures I also used it to cover the dowling that I used in the border. I was originally going to paint those parts but found that the fablon stuck perfectly into the groove. I would definitely use again & it saved me a fortune instead of buying new doors!
Mummycat1 - 1 year ago
I bought this white wood effect plastic covering to cover black tiles and it went on really well. The measure guide on the back made it possible to cutting straight lines simpler. Tip if your applying to tiles that have sockets on. Make sure you turn off the electricity then unscrew the socks as any debris can be wiped away and it won’t stick to the covering. Use a soft dry cloth and wipe away any air bubbles. Very simple to use and looks very effective. Would highly recommend.