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GoodHome Primed White MDF Ogee Softwood Dado rail (L)2.4m (W)58mm (T)18mm 2.07kg
This Dado Dado rail Create decorative feature for your walls
- Not CE marked
- Fixings sold separately
- Guarantee - Statutory
- Create decorative feature for your walls
- Ready to paint
Features and benefits
- This MDF Dado rail from Metsä Wood will add the perfect finishing touch to any room in your home. Coming already primed - you can paint to get the finish you want
- Dado rails protect walls from furniture damage
- Free from natural defects
- Pre primed. Apply top coat to achieve desired finish
Health and safety
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Good and easy to use
PMon - 17 day ago
Used as a dado rail in house refurb. Nice straight pieces so no waste. Just needed gloss & cut. Very easy to work with and cut smoothly.
Absolutely awful from B&Q
AYP101 - 23 day ago
Bought 3 of these for my door and they were just awful I have no words at all
Other than DO NOT BUY
They aren’t even straight
All three are different shapes regardless of the price they shouldn’t even be stocked
Or even priced they should be classed as scrap
Great feature piece
Lucas2021 - 31 day ago
I bought this to add a feature to plain walls and it has definitely done that. Painted the dado off the wall for the first coat before cutting to make it easier. Some people have said the product bows, which it does, but 2.4m lengths of soft product will but grip adhesive and a few pins for support ensured it stayed straight.
Norfolk Nan - 31 day ago
Good value for money. Easy to install and loved the design especially as it was already primed ready to put on the finish coat of paint
D155AT15F1ED - 2 month ago
Just cut and installed this to discover a 25 mm bow in the length. I suppose I should have checked in the shop but I shouldn't need to take a straight edge with me every time I buy a piece of wood. I'm sure it would be changed if I asked, but should I need to make a second round trip in order to get a reasonable product? In my opinion the quality of timber from B&Q has been getting worse for many years, but this takes the biscuit. It'll be the last time I buy from them.