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Smooth Pine Ogee Skirting board (L)2.4m (W)169mm (T)15mm, Pack of 4
This Ogee Skirting Create decorative baseboard between your walls and flooring
- Comes with 4 x 2.4m lengths
- Create decorative baseboard between your walls and flooring
- Ready to paint, stain or varnish
Features and benefits
- Skirting board conceals the joint between the wall and floor. It also protects walls from furniture damage.
- For decorative internal room applications
- Paint, stain or varnish to achieve desired finish
- Redwood Pine has a richer colour finish for a more traditional appearance
Health and safety
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No good at all!
TomHav - 2 months ago
Had to finish off a job with these boards and struggled to find any that weren't bowed and warped! Only good for the wood burner!
Don't waste your money
Slagger Mulps - 1 year ago
How a company can sell such a sub standard product is beyond me. Warped and cracked. Some had holes in them from knots rendering them useless. Cannot fix them flat against the wall due to them being warped.
DO NOT BUY THIS
Geordie 1 - 2 years ago
Bought two packs of this online in January still trying to get a refund now! Both packs warped within days some after fitting some whilst still packaged. Never again! Not sure I’ll ever get my money back!
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SumiMidd - 3 years ago
I only wish I had read the reviews before I purchased and attempted to fit these boards. The wood must come from the worst part of the timber. It's just cheap rubbish and has sadly cheapened my expensive new bathroom. I will never buy skirting from this retailer ever again!
best of a bad lot!
George65 - 3 years ago
Bought this last week to replace wormed ones in our Victorian house. I pick the best pack out of the bunch but they were warped so badly I had to soak them and weigh them down on a concrete floor to try and sort them out. They split! Why do B&Q continue to sell goods that are not fit for purpose?