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D-C-Fix Rio Ocean Drift wood Grey Self adhesive film (L)2m (W)680mm
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- Transforms kitchen cupboards, renovates old furniture, protects books, lines drawers, covers shelves & personalises stationary
- For use on smooth, clean, flat surfaces
- Easy to apply with peel & stick application
- Fully removable
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
|Application||Peel & stick|
TJM47 - 1 year ago
Really easy to use and sticks brilliantly. It has lined our play cupboard shelves with no air bubbles!
Anonymous - 1 year ago
I put these up on one wall in my bedroom and they were easy to cut and put up.
Deegee66 - 2 years ago
I live in a house that has thick earthwarr tiles for the window sills. Which have been painted time and time again and have knocks and dents to prove it. Went on easy. Decent thickness so wasn't worried about it tearing or stretching too much. Warmed slightly it went over the edge of the tile easily to complete the coverage. Was able to pull it off and reposition when I made a mistake. Trimmed the access with a craft blade. Just used a cloth to smooth it out. The pattern hides the knocks and dents very well. Wish I'd thought of it years ago.
Lollie6 - 2 years ago
I bought this adhesive film to use in my bedroom on all dressers and sets of drawers.
nevdob - 2 years ago
I used it on glass and it's great! I want to use it on the wall too but I'm afraid that when I need to take it down after my tenancy, it may rip off the wall paunt. Anyone knows if this is possible???