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Anteaernx Stainless Steel Folding Hanging Dish Rack Draining Bow

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Anteaernx Stainless Steel Folding Hanging Dish Rack Draining Bow

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Product description

Color:Silver

Color: Silver
Material: 201 Brushed Stainless Steel
Size: 26.2*39.5*33cm
Package Contents:
1 * Kitchen Draining Rack
1 * Carton Box

Anteaernx Stainless Steel Folding Hanging Dish Rack Draining Bow

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