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Diall 2mm Tile spacer, Pack of 500

£3.42
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Product Information

You can use these 2mm tile spacers for consistent & even tile spacing, making it quicker and easier to tile any area of your home. These 500 spacers will help you to create a neat and tidy finish.

  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical Specifications

BrandDiall
MaterialPlastic
Size2mm
Product code5397007016000

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2.4 / 5(5 reviews)

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Keen amateur - 11 months ago

Too shallow & flimsy. Do not buy. Wasted so much time trying to make these work.

Easy to use.

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philip22 - 3 years ago

These are just your average spacer. Very easy to use and lots of them at a reasonable price.

Not 2mm

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MattyE - 4 years ago

These are not 2mm as stated on the packaging they are 1.5mm. I started a project with another brand of 2mm spacers, ran out so bought a pack of these which were no good.

ESSENTIAL TILING PRODUCT

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XJRGOC - 6 years ago

Low cost practical product to ensure good results

Inaccurate

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diamondbodger - 6 years ago

A 2mm grout line is probably the minimum size for a grout line and a variation if .5mm represents 25% of the nominal 2mm.

These spacers are 2mm top to bottom, but only about 1.5mm across the bars.

Looking at the end of the bars, the cross section should square, like on a 4mm spacer.

If you were aiming of 1.5 mm grout lines then fine.

If you space your full tiles by placing then in the cross at the intersections, you will get 1.5mm groulines, and be sure to use the 1.5mm to space your cut tiles.

But if you want 2mm grout lines forget placing them in the cross points.