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IT Kitchens Maple Effect Tall Appliance & larder End panel (H)1920mm (W)570mm, Pack of 2

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Product Information

These tall end replacement panel from IT Kitchens is constructed from a durable maple effect chipboard or MDF, ideal for creating your own individual kitchen. For easy installation, it comes with fixings supplied.

  • Only fixings included
  • Assembly required
  • Suitable for Appliance & larder

Features and Benefits

  • Quick fit push in cam & dowel for quick & easy assembly
  • Colour coordinated range
  • Part of a comprehensive kitchen storage solution
  • This product is not compatible with our GoodHome kitchen range

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

BrandIT Kitchens
RangeMaple Effect
EffectMaple effect
FinishMatt
MaterialChipboard & MDF
Pack quantity2
Product width570mm
Product thickness18mm
Product height1920mm
Product code5397007214536

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dannydiy - 3 years ago

30 years ago I bought a B&Q kitchen and it had a tall cabinet. Just their standard kitchens. Now I bought another. Its a shame we arent buying the first one again, because it was much better quality. It still is, but moving house means we needed a new one. The general quality of cabinets doesnt matter so much because they are hidden, but this is a replacement panel which fits on the end of the row where it is in plain sight. The quality of finish of the edge joints is poor, although I must admit the delivery man simply leaving it out in the rain when it was delivered on the wrong day may have contributed to this.