Click on image to zoom

New
lower
price

SKRUTT

desk pad, 65x45 cm, white

Old Price 3,99

3,49

Article no: 402.917.47

View more product information

Home delivery cost is 9,90

Delivery starts from 9,90Calculate now

Quantity: - +
In your favorites list
 

Available for online purchases



Goes well with

SKRUTT

desk pad, 65x45 cm, black

Old Price 3,99

3,49

More options available

FÅNGGRÖDA

insert with compartments, 35x24x14 cm, light grey

3,99

More options available

SKUBB

box, set of 6, white

Old Price 6,99

4,49

More options available

FÅNGGRÖDA

insert with compartments, 48x18x14 cm, light grey

2,99

More options available

STUK

box with compartments, 20x51x10 cm, white

3,99

More options available

FÅNGGRÖDA

insert with compartments, 30x30x11 cm, light grey

2,99

More options available

BILLINGEN

drawer insert, 33x17 cm, white

1,79

SKUBB

box with compartments, 44x34x11 cm, white

Old Price 5,99

3,99

STUK

box with compartments, 20x34x10 cm, white

2,99

More options available

VARIERA

shelf insert, 32x28x16 cm, white

7 €

More options available

STUK

box with compartments, 20x51x18 cm, white

4,99

More options available

VARIERA

shelf insert, 32x13x16 cm, white

5 €

More options available


Product details

Key features

Protects your desk from stains and marks.

This white desk pad gives you a smooth work surface and protects your desk from dirt and scratches. It’s also easy to wipe clean if you happen to spill some coffee while working.

Assembled size

Length:65 cm
Width:45 cm

Package size & weight


Article no: 402.917.47
Packages: 1
Length: 65 cm
Width: 45 cm
Height: 0 cm
Weight Gross: 0,42 kg
Weight Net: 0,40 kg

Store location

Find it in the store

1 x SKRUTT desk pad Article no: 402.917.47 1 package(s)
Find it in Home organisation department

Care instructions

Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened in water and a mild washing-up detergent or soap, if necessary.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Turning our waste into resources

At IKEA, we work every day toward positive changes for people and the planet. Some steps are visible like selling only LED. Others, like recycling at our stores, are behind the scenes. A next step is to turn IKEA waste from stores into new raw material for IKEA products. That's why we started looking at the plastic film wrapped around pallets of products. We were already collecting the plastic for recycling, but now we reuse it to make SKRUTT desk pads and more! Why waste?

Materials

EVA plastic, Polyethylene plastic

SKRUTT desk pad
Story

Turning our waste into resources

At IKEA, we work every day toward creating positive changes for people and the planet. Saving energy and resources—at home and at work—is a top priority. We've worked this way since our very beginning more than 70 years ago, setting ambitious goals and challenging ourselves to innovate. To improve, we continue asking ourselves hard questions. What can we do better? Are we taking enough responsibility? Can we save energy and resources by using our waste in new ways?

We answer some of these questions in ways everyone can see, like investing in wind turbines and solar panels for IKEA stores, selling only LED and offering lots of products from recycled materials.

Doing more with store-related waste

Behind the scenes at IKEA stores and companies, we save energy and resources, too. Last year, 78% of IKEA waste was recycled. While we work to increase that number, we launch projects at IKEA stores to help eliminate waste in a cycle of repair, reuse and recycling. Some stores have held mattress take-backs for energy recovery and recycling. Other stores have collected used and unwanted textiles for donation and recycling. Since 2013, a project team at IKEA has been looking at store-related waste in an entirely different way—as new raw material for IKEA products. The team started by looking at the plastic film that's wrapped around pallets of IKEA products before transport. What did they find? SKRUTT desk pad!

To make SKRUTT, the plastic film collected from IKEA stores in Italy and France is made into granules through a process of sorting, grinding, washing, drying and filtering. The granules then go to an IKEA supplier where they are blended with a bit of virgin plastic and colouring, extruded, sized, cut and packaged. Then SKRUTT desk pads go back home! They're sold in the very same stores where they started as plastic film waste—and make their way to lots of IKEA stores across the world, too. “I’m really proud that my store is participating in this project and especially to say that a bit of simple sorting every day can bring us new products,” says Vincent Locatelli, a co-worker who helps collect waste for SKRUTT from an IKEA store in France.

Beginning with plastic film waste

Producing SKRUTT desk pad from IKEA waste leads to reductions in virgin oil use, carbon dioxide emissions and energy consumption. And SKRUTT is recyclable, too. "SKRUTT desk pad is an example of what we can achieve from using our own IKEA waste from stores," says Annika Persson, communication specialist on the project team. "And this is only the beginning." While Annika and the IKEA project team pursue more ways to reuse our plastic waste, they're already working on other store-related waste, too. "We're also collecting cardboard because it can be reused and turned back into packaging material or into new IKEA products," explains Kent Larsson, a business developer on the project team. So, when you buy products like SKRUTT, you're doing more than protecting your desk. Together, we’re reducing waste, closing the loop and taking responsibility.


It's ok to change your mind!

If after receiving the products you purchased online you are not completely pleased with them, you hace 90 days to return the product unopened, unused and unassembled, inside its original package and with the receipt.

No questions, no hassle, no fear of buying online. You can even request a refund online.

IKEA Returns Policy


My last viewed items

-




X

Back to stock notifications

Be the first to know when [itemName] is available again:

Alert has been set correctly

You will receive an email when [itemName] become available again