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Color:White

1.Material: Polyester, Very Soft Feeling And Comfortable, Non-Toxic, Odorless, Not Moldy.
\r\n\r\n2. Easy Absorb Water And Dust,Good Slip Resistance; Easy To Clean, Can Be Directly Washed By Washing Machine Or Hands, Not Shed And Fade, The Back Avoid Direct Sunlight
\r\n\r\n3. Can Be Used Under The Table And In Bedroom, Kitchen, Bed, Car Seat, Sofa Cushion, And So On. Add A Festive Life And Personality To Any Space!
\r\n\r\nPlease Allow 1-3cm Differs Due To Manual Measurement.
\r\n\r\n4.Accessory Construction - A Rectangular Floor Pad: Length 60cm/23.6in* Width 40cm/15.7in,A U Shaped Pad: Length 50cm/19.7in* Width 40cm/15.7in,An O Shaped Cover: Width 35cm/13.8in* Height 45cm/17.7in
\r\n\r\nNote:
\r\n\r\n1.This Product Has A Bit Smell Because Of Package, Please Use It After Washing.
\r\n\r\n2.The Products May Have A Little Creases Because Of Transportation. But Don'T Worry And This Will Not Influence The Whole Appearance. This Product Is Soft. You Can Put Heavy Objects On The Bath Mats To Flatten And Restore Them.

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