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Cooke & Lewis Gloss Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) White Front Bath panel (W)1690mm

Cooke & Lewis Gloss Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) White Front Bath panel (W)1690mm

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Product information

This contemporary gloss white bath front panel conceals the underneath of your bath tub as well as hiding away any plumbing and pipework, perfect for a clean and tidy finish to your bathroom and comes with an adjustable plinth to allow for bath height variance.

  • Fixings sold separately

Features and benefits

  • Size adjustable to 450mm height when plinth removed
  • Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
  • Size adjustable to 450mm height when plinth removed

Health and safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

BrandCooke & Lewis
ColourWhite
FinishGloss
MaterialMedium-density fibreboard (MDF)
Pack quantity1
Product height560mm
Product thickness15mm
Product width1690mm
StyleContemporary
Product code5397007088601

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3.9 / 5(31 reviews)

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Mdh00000 - 5 months ago

I bought one and installed it. It cracked within 2 weeks. So I replaced it with the same one again and it cracked within a month. Very flimsy and not durable. Small amount of pressure will crack it

great item works perfect

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Big Chris R - 9 months ago

Great panel I have fitted at least 50 of these panels & once you know what your doing there really easy to install & last a long time.
Could do with supplying a few more screws, 3 is not enough.

Decent product but screws provided too short

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Ant92 - 10 months ago

Decent product but screws provided too short, and could do with more screws for the plinth as it’s a but fragile with just the three

Just dreadful

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DEBSTER47 - 1 year ago

Bought last week and knew I would have to cut down to size a bit, but this was a terrible design, the corners didnt even fit onto the end board without cutting it.
Luckily I had asked a joiner friend to fit it and even then, with all the top notch tools, it took him literally hours of cutting, shaving, positioning, fudging, screwing it in so that it didn't gape ( it came with no screws, caps, corner edgings, nothing).. Quite literally the flimsiest thing I've ever seen. My joiner said he'd fitted hundreds of panels in his time and this was by far the cheapest crappest design he'd ever fitted too! He said he'd never do another one! Be warned... Not even cheap either?!! Bad job B&Q

Looks great but definitely a tricky fit - durable

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rbrown52 - 1 year ago

Good quality and bright. Definitely will keep out the water and is tapered so looks really nice once installed. I highly recommend the look and style - it is also durable and value for money.
Fitting: Was easy to trim down to size but as others have said, it is a nightmare to fit if you're doing it alone - take heed of the others who have said this but it's worth the battle! The instructions understated this and it will take ages - you really need to have backing batons in place to screw into and a helper. The screws provided aren't long enough and you will need to improvise to get this done - especially if you're already in a confined space. My first attempts at this failed miserably and in the end the best option was to have the plinth panel in front of the panel. Sounds counter intuitive but it still looks good and allowed me to put in strong screws as well as ensure the panels overall fit is spot on all the way to the floor.

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