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Where can I find a cam lock cover for flatpack furniture?

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by diyBanana123, 18 May 2017.

  1. diyBanana123

    diyBanana123

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    Hi,

    I have some flat pack furniture, however the cam lock's are highly visible and I would like something to cover them (ideally white plastic not self-adhesive stickers).

    I've looked all over the internet, contacted the retailer where I bought them from, and I can't find any anywhere (unless in other countries). Does anyone know where I could buy some?

    Thank you very much!
     
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  3. chappers

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    ironmongery direct. plastic cam caps or search for 17mm screw caps
     
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    is that what you mean? I was thinking a keyhole cover for a camlock

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    (I have never seen one)

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    You mean a cover for one of these?

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    Hi,

    Sorry I should have specified - my cam connector is 15mm diameter - I have tried ironmongery direct and they only had 17mm ones. Hi JohnD - sorry I don't know all the correct terminology - yes the bottom picture is what I meant! Thank you
     
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    they are all 17mm they are the perfect size for a 15mm cam they will just overhang you cams by 1 mm. you won't find anything better. A couple of sellers on ebay too
     
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    oh ok I didn't realise that! Thanks so much
     
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