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GoodHome 38mm Kabsa Matt Wood effect Laminate & particle board Post-formed Kitchen Worktop, (L)3000mm
- Use a damp cloth and mild detergent to keep the surface clean and hygienic
- Guarantee - 25 years
Features and benefits
This GoodHome matt wood effect worktop sample swatch from the Kabsa range is designed to be functional and easy to maintain. There are a wide range of options to suit your style and home, they also compliment the GoodHome doors and accessories that are available, making it easier than ever to create your own individual space.
- Designed with quality in mind to provide ultimate performance, all our GoodHome worktops come with a 25-year guarantee
- We’ve spent hours designing our laminate worktops to look as close as possible to the real material, so you can have the real look at better value for money
- The perfect option for a low maintenance kitchen as you can simply wipe it clean
|Material||Laminate & particle board|
|Resistant to heat||Resistant to heat|
|Maximum heat resistance temperature||100°C|
|Upper construction material||Laminate|
suegre60 - 2 months ago
Had this fitted last week and so far, so good. Looks great with the Alpinia Ivory shaker style kitchen. Our fitter found no issues cutting it and it wipes clean ( my son got turmeric on it after three days!) easily. Looks like wood.
Extremely poor quality
Jonah2020 - 5 months ago
Bought 3 of these and after less than a month in situ there are 2 dents (not on the edges from fitting etc.) i have had B+Q worktops in the past and the quality is much worse on these ones I tried to complain about this but as it was during lockdown there were no ways to make contact
good cheap worktop
si321 - 7 months ago
bought for the design and colouring. cut fine with circular saw used masking tape on line to cut.heavy weight 2 person lift
Very Poor Quality
dcw18 - 8 months ago
The laminate on this worktop is very thin. This is compounded by the chipboard substrate being poorly shaped at the front edge. The chipboard has clearly crumbled where the front edge was formed. This meant the laminate had no support making it virtually impossible to cut as the laminate just bent and ripped. I ended up cutting oversize and very carefully filing to size. I then had to fill the voids behind the laminate with exopy in order to have something to stick the edging to.
After all of that I banged the front of the installed top quite gently which caused a dent in the laminate as it has no support. You can feel the roughness of the chipboard through the thin laminate.
Looks okay at the moment, but I have very little confidence in it looking good in a year or so.
Buy a different worktop.
Looks great but damages very easily
lmcd - 10 months ago
I bought two for my new kitchen but unfortunately one was bashed. When it was delivered he ripped open the cardboard as he needed to scan the actual worktop and not the cardboard which i found odd. My joiner needed to cut the laminate to fit it into my flat, he assures me he was very careful moving the laminate but after cutting them both he noticed three bashes, he showed my neighbour straight away. I was on holiday for several weeks so was unaware and he fitted it anyway, so just seeing it now. Also with all the work a glass must have moved on the shelf and smashed on the worktop leaving some marks. So I'm very disappointed in the quality of the laminate worktop. I couldn't see a option to email customer service