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.
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
Covers drill holes in the glass door cabinet or open shelf.
Suitable for all products with 3/16" holes.
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
Package quantity: 100 pack
VARIERACover plateArticle Number002.263.15
Width: 3 "
Height: ½ "
Length: 6 "
Weight: 0 oz
My closet looks amazingVERONICAMy closet looks amazing5
Plug the holesDavidI have only 6 cabinets and have used 8 bags. I need another 5 bags to complete the project. The only thing I dislike about them is the little connection that keeps them together. It makes it harder to push them in. After a while your fingers will be sore. They do enhance the look of the cabinet. Though I saw them every time I opened a door, I don't see them now that I'm used to them.5
Another great well priced product from ikeaRahulMakes your cabinets looks instantly better Maybe it’s just my OCD :)5
Looks goodEDWINLooks good5
More colors neededKelley F.Love these. However, need to be available in all of the Billy bookcase colors. Example...birch.5
This provides the finishing touchAmyThis provides the finishing touch to my Ikea Kitchen!5
Very pleasedApril G.These fit perfectly in our built in cabinets and are hardly noticeable after painting.5
Good hole coversDianeCovers custom
Closet holes perfect5
Like it.IgorThis really in my opinion improves the look and do like it but found that installing a lot ends up hurting my fingers. They are small and need good finger dexterity.3
Great addition to open cabinetsLauraWe put these in the shelf holes of a Sektion cabinet that we left open as part of a coffee bar. Considered getting enough to cover all the holes inside all of our Sektion kitchen cabinets, but decided against it.5
Shelving matDougDoes not lay flat on shelf no matter what we do to get it flat1
Great to finish cabinet withBarbaraWe used them to fill the holes in a pantry build. Very easy to use and look great. Order plenty, there are aLOT of holes to cover5
Works great. Visually much betterCHERISSEWorks great. Visually much better than seeing the little holes on the Pax units.5
they fill in the holes.paulathey fill in the holes. they work great.5
Too bigHollyThese plugs do not fit into the new style billy bookshelves. I used them in my older style shelves that had the cylinder type shelf brackets and they worked great but I bought another set of bookshelves and there was a new style of the shelf bracket and apparently the holes are smaller so these hole plugs would not work. Had to throw them away because I’m not going to drive an hour to return them for $2.1
Work great with my Pax wardrobeAutumnThese helped make clean lines in my PAX wardrobe system. Highly recommend!!!5
You need this.aprilIf you have anything with holes you need these hole fillers.5
Covers up the holesmWorks great. Good price. Covers the holes.4
A nice FINISHING touch to the PAX systemMelissaLove that these cover the holes and conceal a small detail that i didn’t know even mattered! Highly recommend the small expense and extra time to complete.5
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