SKU: SLIVERS 6MM x 100CM x 100 PIECES Category:


Please note that Period Projects will close for business at 3pm on Thursday 23rd December 2021 for the Christmas period.
We will open ‘business as usual’ on Tuesday 4th January 2022 @ 9am.
During this period emails will NOT be monitored and Sliver orders will NOT be processed.
The last day for sliver order processing will be Wednesday 23rd December 2021 @ 11am.  Any slivers ordered after this point will be processed on our return on 4th January 2022.
Please email any enquiries that you have to info@periodprojects.co.uk.  All emails will be responded to on our return in January 2021.
Finally, we would like to thank you for your continued custom and to take this opportunity to wish you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and safe New Year.
Kind Regards
Period Projects

Highest quality Pine Slivers for all gaps up to 12mm.

Please note 10mm and 12mm slivers are a bespoke order and can take an additional few days to make – so delivery may be longer than anticipated.   *As per the picture shown in the listing the 10/12mm sliver nose is approx. 4mm – 7mm.  It is not a point – it is more of a stump/wedge*.

Fill gaps between floorboards with easy-to-fit ‘Old Pine Slivers’ to give your floor that professional finish! “Slivering” quickly and easily fills those unsightly gaps in between wooden boards with wedges of old reclaimed timber. The Old Pine Sliver is made from genuine old reclaimed floorboards, reclaimed joists and other reclaimed timber items.  Colours may vary from Light to Dark – colour cannot be guaranteed. Use the Old Pine Sliver to give your floor that professional finish. Slivering fills the gaps in between wooden boards with wedges made of old reclaimed wood.

  • Seals better
  • Stops draughts – no cold air through gaps
  • Stops odours
  • Tightens floors up, keeping it solid
  • No visible edges
  • Gives a lasting and satisfying finish to your floor

Simple to use:

1) Apply wood adhesive on both sides of a sliver (glue not included).

2) Place the sliver in a gap and hammer it in.

3) Cut the excess once the glue is dry.

4) Your floor is now ready for sanding and finishing. We have been trading over 30 years and have fantastic feedback – don’t accept second rate imitations