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vinyl wrapped kitchen doors?

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SpanishFly Wed 12-Apr-17 13:52:42

Have any of you had this done/quoted?

If so, what is a sort of ballpark figure to doing this compared with, say, having the doors replaced? eg a white gloss standard size kitchen door is around £20-30. I'm not anywhere near the stage of wanting someone round to quote us, but wondering if this is something we can do in the next year or two as a stop-gap before having kichen fully replaced down the line.

Anyone got any info they can share?

PigletJohn Wed 12-Apr-17 15:27:55

vinyl wrap is not much good.

In a kitchen, it peels off where it is either hot or damp, such as over the dishwasher, near the hob, oven and microwave, kettle and toaster.

I have even seen it peeling in a warehouse display.

SpanishFly Wed 12-Apr-17 16:40:07

Oh, I hadn't thought of that. Although my current faux wood doors are starting to warp/peel at a couple of corners and next to the sink anyway.
How long would wraps last?

PigletJohn Wed 12-Apr-17 16:45:31

several weeks, at least.

You can get hard laminated doors (the same material as worktops) which is very durable. Egger is a popular make and you can get sample pieces for IIRC £1 each, and various companies cut and edge doors to your requirement. If offered, pay extra for the thicker edging. You can also get matching shelves and décor panels.


PigletJohn Wed 12-Apr-17 16:48:16

and here are some doors from the same place.

I used them for shelves and was very pleased.

there are several similar suppliers.

Theweasleytwins Wed 12-Apr-17 16:52:17

'Diy top tips on a budget' on Facebook, lots of people put fablon on their cupboard doors

scaryteacher Thu 13-Apr-17 07:43:55

Vinyl wrap is used with cars and trailers, so gets wet and hot. Dh got his glider trailer done and it is still looking good 3 years on.

SpanishFly Thu 13-Apr-17 08:02:39

Thanks for the info everyone. There seems to be negative reviews of having it done from a few years ago but the issues have been rectified so it looks as if it's now a much better end result than previously.

And as you say, they're used on cars etc in the UK. So they'll get very wet at times

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