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Valla Light grey Mirrored Sliding Wardrobe Door (H)2260mm (W)922mm
- Required Valla tracksets sold separately, available in white or grey in lengths of 1200mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2700mm & 3600mm
- Fixings sold separately
- Do not use solvents or chemical cleaning agents on this product. Clean with a soft damp cloth and later use a clean cloth to wipe dry.
Features and benefits
- Features a reinforced structure with 6mm MDF panel on the back of the mirror
- Features pre-set hardware and anti-derailment wheels
- A high-performance, robust door (Product tested 50000 open / close cycles)
- Featuring silent sliding, effortless door action with its lower guide on ball bearing
- Height Measurements include tracksets
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.
|Assembly required||Assembly not required|
|Material||Chipboard & medium-density fibreboard (MDF)|
AlwynD - 13 days ago
I bought two of these doors to fit a gap of 2250x1700. They look okay when installed but the build quality leaves a lot to be desired. When removing the plastic packaging one side came totally away and the top guide wheels fell off. On closer inspection and when I was fitting it all back together it was clear to see that it was probably designed by Fred Karno’s apprentice! Shocking.
The top guide wheels are actually, by design, jammed into the outside door trim and held in place by a small locating lug. Flimsy to say the least.
I consider myself a competent DIYer and apart from the first door falling to bits when I removed the packaging, I installed them with little problem. However, if you are not that competent or are a beginner, then be warned, the installation instructions are next to useless. Why don’t B&Q do an instructional video? Also the doors are very heavy being made from 6mm chipboard, so you may need someone to help with the lifting.
If you’re on a tight budget then as long as you know what you’re doing they are okay. In hindsight, I’d spend a bit more to get better quality.