VARIERACover cap, white

$3.99/ 100 pack
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When your cabinets are up and your shelves are in place, take a moment to fill the unused drill holes with these cover caps. It’s easy as pie and gives the inside of your cabinets a nice, finished look.

Article Number002.263.15

Product details

Gives your kitchen a finished look by covering the unused drill holes.

Easy to install – just give the cap a slight push with your finger.

Covers drill holes in the glass door cabinet or open shelf.

Suitable for all products with 3/16" holes.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number002.263.15
  • Polyethylene

Measurements

Package quantity: 100 pack

  • VARIERA
    Cover capArticle no002.263.15

    Width: 3 " (8 cm)

    Height: ½ " (1 cm)

    Length: 6 " (16 cm)

    Weight: 0 oz (0.01 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

4.3(19)
worked greatKARENworked great4
Good productHerbGood product5
A few were a littleJavanA few were a little annoying to put in since the plastic tab did not break off, but did the job4
Works wellDeboraWorks well5
Nice to have the optionMelissa C.Nice to have the option to cover the holes5
Suits the purposeBrentSuits the purpose5
Variera Cover CapWarm2010Bought this as I was advised from a sales associate in IKEA that they would cover Billy bookcase holes, but she wasn't honest with me about it.1
Eric_97I bought this product 2 months ago when I purchased my kitchen it was really amazing and looks very beautiful on the cabinet5
Great finishing touchzebu420Boy are these a pain to install -- my thumbs hurt. But just put on a podcast and slog through it. Finishes the inside of your cabinets nicely, not necessary but for an extra few bucks might as well but a bunch of packs and go for it!5
Gives your PAX that finished look!AngelafromCanadaI bought a PAX wardrobe and I love it, but the little holes were such an eyesore. Luckily, I tried these and they worked great, with the added bonus of also working in my Kallax. They are definitely a pain to install, and with three wardrobes to fill (the deep ones) it took seven bags of these -- that's with skipping a lot of the non-visible holes from drawers. If you have fewer drawers you'll probably need more, more drawers you'd need less, that sort of thing. So many tiny little caps. They come in strips of 10 that you just break apart to use, which is convenient. However, that little piece of plastic holding the pieces together can sometimes get in your way. That was a bit a bit of a headache after placing a few hundred.5
Looks great!JC IKEA fanKnow that you have to install each individually which is time consuming and your figers will eventually start to hurt (I have a LOT of cabinets). They are a bit of pain to take out and you can't really reuse them once you do as you will likely damage it. SO make sure you have what you want where you want them. However, they are worth it! The cabinets look sooooo much better with them. ...and read the description - they are made to fit holes that are 3/16th in size. Otherwise they won't fit so don't review the product badly for trying to use it on something it's not meant to be...4
Brig1234I bought these to cover the holes inside the cabinets. They work great makes a nice clean look however I wish they already come installed and you just had to remove the ones you had to remove.3
Great but doesn’t fit BILLYMymsGreat for covering holes, but I had purchased these thinking they would cover the holes in my BILLY bookcase. They don’t. But with other ikea shelves I purchased years ago (where they do fit), they work great!!4
Works as expectedOctorobotI didn't even think of picking something like this up until I saw them online at Ikea. Now that I've bought a few I've become mildly OCD about dealing with the holes in our kitchen cabinetry. Also, if you have young kids, they *love* helping with this kind of thing.5
Excellent coverageWendylikesIkeaStumbled on this great find at Ikea, it's a great way to hide all those extra holes in your cupboards5

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