Radwraps – Review

I was recently asked to review a magnetic radiator cover, which would transform the plain boring white one in my daughter’s bedroom. I like the idea of hiding radiators, as let’s be honest they are not much to look at.  We do have radiator covers in our dining room and hallway, and these are the traditional wooden ones you can get from large DIY stores. Radwraps are completely different.

magnetic radiator cover

For a start they have a HUGE range on their website, such as patterns, animals and football teams. You can even upload an image to be used, how cool would it be to personalise that boring, slightly rusting radiator. It was easy to order online, inputting the measurements of my daughter’s radiator. The hard part was choosing which design to go for, and in the end I went for a gorgeous heart design as it would be going in my daughter’s bedroom and would match with her pink theme.

Radwraps magnetic radiator cover

James at Radwraps informed me when it was posted, and I was given a tracking number. It arrived today and I couldn’t wait to get inside the brown parcel. It comes with instructions on how to fit the Radwrap, but basically you unroll it and pop it on your radiator. It really is that simple. The Radwrap has no heat loss either so it really is a winning product. I love the way it has transformed my daughter’s room, and I can’t wait to see her face when she gets home from school.


Radwraps can be easily ordered from www.radwraps.co.uk and prices start from only £39.99 including delivery.  Thank you to James for the excellent service and product. It has certainly transformed a boring radiator into a fun and quirky one.

I was given a Radwrap for the purpose of this review. All words and comments are my own.

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