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D-C-Fix Plain Gloss Black Self-adhesive film (L)2m (W)680mm
- 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
There are literally hundreds of uses for this sticky back plastic, from protecting surfaces to kitchen makeovers, craft projects to furniture upcycling. You'll be amazed how quick and easy it is to achieve an instant transformation with d-c-fix sticky back plastic. Hardwearing and versatile, it's great for many craft projects and is a fun way to breathe new life into tired old furniture, kitchen cupboards and table tops, without breaking the bank.
- Repositionable during application
- Heat resistant to 75 degrees C
- For the perfect finish apply with the d-c-fix applicator kit
- Easy to apply with peel & stick application
- Fully removable
- For use on dry flat surface
|Style||Plains & textures|
It's a good and quick fix temporarily
Disney 21 - 10 months ago
But it depends on the colour, black you see scratches and lumps and bumps. And it's not waterproof.
Lousky5 - 1 year ago
I have used this multiple times to wrap small parts of my car, and have also done so for my friends. This product is a brilliant price, and actually really good to work with (much better than other vinyl I’ve used before!). Make sure you clean your surface properly, and then when applying, line up the vinyl, and apply from corner to corner, at 45degree angle. I find this is the easiest to not get air bubbles. My only slight complaint is this product is very easily scratched, so make sure you use a proper soft squeegee to apply this NOT your B&Q membership card, because it will scratch!!!
Easy to apply for two people
Do it yourselfers - 1 year ago
Applying this film was not as difficult as I expected. Ensure that the surface to be covered is clean, free from marks and the smallest of pieces of dirt, fluff or dust as these will show through the fine film. Cut the film to the size needed first. Then peel a little away and attach in position pulling a little of the backing away at a time as the second person smooths the film down with a clean soft cloth, like a tea towel rolled into a pad. If bubbles occur lift the film slightly and reapply smoothing with cloth. There is a knack to this but once you get into your stride it isn’t difficult to do and the results are fantastic. We are really pleased with the outcome. Used it to cover the top of a unit and it looks really professional.
lessthantom - 2 years ago
decided to have a bash covering my kitchen worktop with this, have to say it went pretty well, couple tricky areas where you need to take your time but its transformed the look of the kitchen in just a couple hours work.
make sure what you are applying it to is clean, like kim and aggy clean!!
slow and steady wins the race, keep as much backing on as possible and just slowly flatten it down it will help with the air bubbles and notches.
Great once you get the knack
WalkmanBoy - 5 years ago
I've noticed I've used this a lot over the last few years and it makes one helluva improvement to old and tired furniture or furniture that has the appearance of wood but isn't the style you are after anymore.
I completely recovered a wood effect chest of drawers and now they look like I've gone mad in IKEA.......but only cost me the price of two rolls (£12.00).
I will mention that it has taken me a while to fully get the knack of applying this product and preparation is essential. Make sure that the surface you are covering has been washed and scrubbed and it is sometimes necessary to scrape the surface to remove unseen bumps or blotches. Thoroughly feel the whole surface with your fingers before application.
Also, don't remove all the backing paper straight away. On a large flat surface, lay the section to be applied with the backing still on and then peel back and apply a few inches at one end to make sure you have the alignment correct. Then using a soft squeegee or a tea towel (my preferred choice) slowly pull away the backing at the same time as offering the film to your surface. I've found it's best to keep as much backing paper on as possible as this helps to eliminate creases and folds.