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Watercolor 2 Pieces Bathroom Set, Absorbent Felt Bath Mat, Water

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Watercolor 2 Pieces Bathroom Set, Absorbent Felt Bath Mat, Water

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Product description

Size:72x72in+18x30in


BASIC INFORMATION:
PREMIUM: The bathroom curtain is made of high quality polyester, which is more durable. Bath mat is made of premium felt.
Available Sizes: 72x72+18x30inch (183x183+45x75cm)
EASY TO HANG: The bathroom set with 12 free strong hooks come for you to install easily. Within a few minutes to make a magic transformation to your bathroom.
The shower curtain with premium material, keeps perfect drape, does not float easily, does not stick to the body. Give you a comfortable showering.

WATERPROOF: The polyester shower curtain serves healthy and long life use, applicable to home decoration.
Super water-proof fabric is treated to let water bead stay on the surface, quick to repel and dry.

NON SLIP: Our bath mats for bathroom feature non slipping backing and its back uses high quality and healthy rubber material
and this mat has a great grip on the bottom and sticks in place well. Please make sure that the bottom is dry before using it.

EASY CARE:
Machine washable in cold water with mild detergent and hang to dry for the best result. Low iron; Don't bleach or tumble dry.

Watercolor 2 Pieces Bathroom Set, Absorbent Felt Bath Mat, Water

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