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LAHappy Artificial Plants Grass Ball, Hanging Simulation Milan G

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Product description

Product name: Simulation grass ball

Natural and beautiful colors, so that the space is no longer a mix of black and white, making the space more warm and comfortable, as if in nature

The texture is clear, environmentally friendly and tasteless, the dyeing transition is full of natural modeling, and the realistic visual effects are exquisite in detail

Applicable scenes: shopping malls, corridors and aisles, scenes of home decoration, landscape decoration

Product installation

1. In order to facilitate shipment, we take a hemisphere to pack and ship
2. Hemisphere assembly, each hemisphere will have a corresponding buckle, as long as they are buckled with each other.
3.After assembly, adjust the sphere
4. Freely match any scene

ps: Because of force majeure during transportation, it will inevitably press the grass or the hemisphere is deformed, as long as it is blown with a hot air blower for a while after receiving the goods, it can be restored

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