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GoodHome Hartland Bathroom worktop, (W)455mm
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Cooke & Lewis Hartland natural Oak bathroom worktop. The surface is easy to install.
- Assembly required
- Made in - Poland
- 2 years Guarantee
Features and Benefits
This solid oak worktop is ideal for topping our Imandra bathroom furniture vanity units with. Once installed you can pick any one of our counter top basins for a contemporary feel to your bathroom. You'll also be able to utilise the space underneath your basin for extra storage. Supplied in 1.8m lengths it can be cut to size easily to fit your space.
- Easily cut to size
- Pre-oiled for moisture resistance
- Must be re-oiled every 12 months
- Compatible with the Imandra bathroom furniture range
- This identical product is currently available under two of our brand names. Please note that if you order this product online you might receive it in the alternative brand name to the one displayed.
Health and Safety
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|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
Some issues but workable.
Russkinpusskin - 1 year ago
Bought for a bathroom project.
Things to be aware of:
1 It’s a natural product, and despite being made of glued segments (which don’t normally suffer this problem) I discovered my purchase was warped in two directions (not badly, but I had to do a lot of extra work to get it true).
2 expect colour variation, knots and some zigzag joins.
3 It contains recycled wood (see photo), if unlucky (like me) you might find also nails already in it as well..(see photo)... As I discovered, a standard Bosch jigsaw will give you a heck of a kick back when it encounters a buried nail - so proceed with caution (it’s no fun having power saws jumping around)... I discovered the nails (all in one location) after the first kickback.. fortunately the collateral damage from the tool was right next to the nails and I was coincidentally removing that section of wood anyway, but if you do find some - note - they won’t sand out, they will rust, and they are only 1mm in diameter (so quite hard to spot) - my advice - check panel carefully and reject.
4 get some oil on it.. it’s classed as ‘oiled’, but I would say ‘barely’.
5 the wood cuts straight (except where it’s nails not wood), so clean edges are doable with a jigsaw (plus sanding) - I think the edging strips mentioned in the ad are not required.
Overall, “ok” but the warping and nails would suggest this could/should be cheaper..and come with a health warning.
I would have given 4 stars (better than working with chipboard laminate) but it required a bit too much effort (for £100 it should have been “true”) and the nails were an unwelcome surprise #stillgotmyfingers