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Pro Cove Lite Classic C-shaped Polystyrene Coving (L)3m (W)100mm, Pack of 6
- Adhesive required
Features and benefits
Faster than plaster - up to 3 times quicker to Install. Paper wrapped to match plaster board / drywall finish. Fully paintable with no need to prime
- Smooth paper faced precision finish
- Lightweight, quick and easy to Install
- Harmonise wall to ceiling
- Conceal settlement cracks
- Modern high density polymer resists knocks
Very good product
Anonymous - 2 months ago
Be careful when installing this product. Due to the light weight construction it is easy to install but do not trust the edges. We found all ends not straight so make sure you check and cut before installing.
Steve the angry builder - 3 months ago
So where do I get the external and internal corners to match ?
Looks like the real thing
Beanie 63 - 4 months ago
Bought this coving last week and did a room in under two hours ,it's easy to cut ,very light weight and looks just like plaster when up, I used no nails and had no problems at all ,I used a plastic mitre tool made the job super easy as I have never cut a mitre before , the paper lining on the coving makes it look just like the real thing ,I'm now ready to tackle the rest of my rooms with this great product .
AAC - 6 months ago
Great product and easy to put up but
Found general purpose silicone easiest to use as coving adhesive just added alot of weight to it, and at times forced it down.
Wish all stories stocked it though.
I'm converted. Fantastic
mrjonnydz - 6 months ago
Iv only ever used the normal heavy gyproc stuff in the past. A plasterer told me to give this stuff a try as he thought it was brilliant. I'm really glad i did. This stuff is fantastic in my books. This isnt the old kind of rubbish polystyrene coving you've seen before were you can push a finger into it. This is a hard dense foam with a smooth paper face making it super lightweight and easy to cut.
This stuff is easy to handle, easy to put up on your own, cheaper, less hassle and looks EXACTLY THE SAME as the Plaster stuff once up and painted.
Il never use Gyproc again. You'd be mad to.