"This product has exceeded my expectations. The finish is perfect, clean and professional. The best thing is, unlike plaster based coving, you can install this on your own. The joints (even straight ones) finish really well and once painted look seamless. Definitely buy again."
"Good quality product, resin based , very light and easy to cut ( I used the forge steel coving box 4957C) perfect cuts every time - looked very professional even though I had never done this before. You would never have known it was resin based. Also used the No Nonsense grab adhesive (87451) which was very easy to use, stuck the coving without any problem , just pressed gently and then lined up properly - no mess, easily wiped up with a damp cloth."
"Easy to use providing you use a special coving mitre box such as the one available from Screwfix as otherwise, you can spend a frustratingly lot of time in trying to get your angles right! Used this product in my last house and now the new one (8m x 4m lounge!) and the result looks very professional. As it is so light, you can fit on your own and fairly quickly. Important to draw line on wall for guide, too late after adhesive put on coving! Only drawback is the relatively high cost but how much would it be to have a professional install it (or plaster coving?)."
"I have fitted this coving to all upstairs in my house although expensive to buy you save on time because it is very light and easy to fit. I would NOT use no nonsense grab adhesive but the ready mix plaster coving adhesive. Why- because no wall is ever straight and using this adhesive you can fill in the gap top and bottom as you go along including the mitre joints. you can support the coving with 30mm panel pins three to a length,when set remove them.I have painted mine with white emulsion and no mitre or straigth joint is visible,with a very good finish all round"
"First thing, get over the price. Look else where for something similar, the costs are far higher. This not only looks good but is so easy to work with....so long as you get the angles right. Waste a length and get all the angles you need if you are doing a fair bit, its worth it in the long run. The first lot I put up with artex, as with plaster cove, messy and not needed. Measured off and pinned up with long panel pins, then went behind and stuck it up with the £1.37 no-nonsense grab adhesive. Mitred all joints then filled with grab adhesive, finished of with gyproc joint filler, then sand. Looks the dogs, save time, expense in the long run and the finish is excellent. Done my whole Victorian house with it (whos gonna know the difference)"
"This coving is so easy to put up. I just used no nonsense grab adhesive to stick and fill, You don’t even need to tack it, it stays up on its own, once you push it into place it don’t move. Only down side it’s a bit expensive."
"This material is light, very easy to cut and use. In-line joints should be cut at an angle of 45 degrees, and then secured using screws into the ceiling and walls at regular intervals, as the first lot I fixed with NoNails started to lift away from the walls. Walls need to be free of paint and 'roughed up' prior to coving fixing. Fill all gaps and countersunk screw heads with caulking (slightly proud), and then sand carefully with low abrasive paper for a great finish. Best regards Handyman Express"
"the average diy bod like what i am has trouble mitreing sculptured coving and the rather expensive price of this pack the least they could do is put some paper templates for internal and external mitres in the box i have a bedroom full of failed mitres which i have abandoned and i have now decided to have a few tinnies thank you in antisipation"