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    but what about the other dimension?? less than 120cm???

    you could get 120 x 180 = 100

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    B*gger....didn't see that size....
    Thought I'd priced myself out of it...now have to think again

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    it comes in max 120cm rolls but then as long as you want

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    D*mn you....even the missus is finking about it now for her door mirrors (that were scratched when we bought it).....maybe have to buy a whole roll and do both cars, the weelie bins, and anyfink else that we see!!!!!!!!

    Even BIGGER Damn..she just saw me typing this, and said....would it stick to glass?....we could cover the glass table we bought that got scratched with un-glazed plates (the 1st time we had anyone around!! )....
    I see a major wrapping season coming up!!! (And it's not even X-Mas!!!)

    120cm.....X 10Km!!!!!!

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    I was thinking of doing my drive - cheaper than getting the gypos in to block pave it

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    How durable is it?
    Seriously thinking about the table now!!! (Good excuse for ME to buy some too...hehe)

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    Doubt it would be suitable for a table

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    Quote Originally Posted by problemchild1976 View Post
    Doubt it would be suitable for a table

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    I could say the same about you...

    Why not?....serious question....IF it stands up to daily use on a car bonnet....wouldn't it be OK for "show" on a dining table?
    We always (well almost always) use plates for the food, and any hot dishes are on a s/s rack.

    Have a stylish glass table, with chrome legs...but CR*P quality glass (not that cr*p, I did stand in the middle of it to fit the ceiling light) that scratched the 1st time our grand-daughter refused to use a mat, and put the plate (un-glased bottom) on the glass!!!!

    If you have a bit spare, could you just try fixing it to a plate or something, and see if a hot coffee cup damages it??....That's about the hottest thing that would come into contact with the table.

    Thanks JJ

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    table cloth would be cheaper!

    if you stick it to a coffee cup it goes v soft and the glue comes unstuck

    i have a few pieces left that blew across my drive cf side down and they are scratched

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    how did people get on???

    i used some offcuts that i nearly threw away to cover my pug306 cab wing mirror covers.....





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