Cooke & Lewis MDF Worktop Curved Edge Cutting Jig (W)600mm (L)1000mm

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Cooke & Lewis MDF Worktop Curved Edge Cutting Jig (W)600mm (L)1000mm

Product code:
5397007175066
Cooke & Lewis MDF Worktop Curved Edge Cutting Jig (W)600mm (L)1000mm

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£25.00

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This Cooke & Lewis worktop curved edge cutting jig is suitable for shaping worktops. It's 1000mm in length by 600mm in width. It's compatible with compatible with cooke & lewis curved doors.

  • Guarantee - 10 years

Features and Benefits

Earthstone worktops enable you to achieve the look and feel of luxury stone products. Earthstone provides an inconspicuous join and the flexibility of design to create curves and moulded sink installations.

  • A template that enables the creation of a curved corner on your Eartstone worktop.
  • The curve radius matches the curve of the Cooke & Lewis cabinets
  • Required to create the worktop curve so the edging can be applied
  • Cooke & Lewis curved edging required to complete
  • Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber

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Technical specification of Cooke & Lewis MDF Worktop Curved Edge Cutting Jig (W)600mm (L)1000mm
Brand Cooke & Lewis
Material MDF
Width 600mm
Length 1000mm

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