VARIERA Cover cap, white

£2/ 100 pack
VARIERA Cover cap, black
VARIERA Cover cap, white

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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.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number002.263.15
  • Covers drill holes in the glass door cabinet or open shelf.

    Suitable for all products with 5 mm holes.

  • Polyethylene plastic


Package quantity: 100 pack

    Cover capArticle no.002.263.15

    Width: 8 cm

    Height: 1 cm

    Length: 16 cm

    Weight: 0.01 kg

    Package(s): 1


Very pleasedVerified BuyerVery pleased5
Blanking studsVerified BuyerThey drastically improve the final appearance - well worth the few minutes involved.5
perfect for covering unsightly holesVerified Buyerperfect for covering unsightly holes in pax wardrobes5
Plugs to hide extra holes in wardrobesVerified BuyerVery good idea. Covers up the unsightly holes that you don't need in the wardrobes.5
Quality is out standingVerified BuyerFantastic5
Do not fit all holes!Verified BuyerWe bought these to fill the little holes in a billy bookcase (purchased at the same time). They don't fit! Would seem that not all Ikea's holes are a standard size? I didn't see an option for smaller fillers. Only cheap and I am sure they would be great if they did fit, but not much use to me.1
Just what you need toVerified BuyerJust what you need to achieve a great finish.4
Cover caps.Hatty JanePerfect. Makes wardrobes look custom made.5
Very effectiveFin19These wee pegs made my wardrobe look much more finished. They take time to insert but it’s worth it.5
Look greatNot my nameWorth it but the 3 wardrobes we had open plan needed about 14 package! They should come in bigger quantities as it all starts adding up!4
Essential to finish the job properlyMike FThere’s no doubt that using these plugs gives a better overall finish to the cabinets, however they are a pain to fit if you’ve got big thumbs, and in my opinion should be included with the fixture rather than being an optional extra4
Perfect cover upsDave T54These cover caps work perfectly to cover any shelf holes you are not using.5
It is worth the effortAnonymous reviewerWe did not like seeing all the extra holes, so we stuck these little plastic caps in and now it makes it perfect. We did a few at a time.5
Neat and practicalKoalaExcellent fir covering the unused rail holes in my wardrobes5
Perfect Fit and Price!MrsdeepsleapNeeded to replace the cap covers in our kitchen cabinets, and these were ideal. Good fit, and very good price!5
Nice neat hooksDevonGood strong hooks. Foldaway when not in use is really useful.5

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