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Product description

Size Name:90x90cm(35x35inch)  |  Colour Name:1.5mm

Product Information
Product name: Soft glass table mat
Product material: Environmental protection PVC material
Color: Transparent
Thickness: 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm
Product features: Waterproof, oilproof, and anti-scalding
Suitable for: Suitable for dining table / office / writing table / bedside table / tea table
Cleaning method: Wipe with a cloth or rinse with water


Description



  • Healthy and environmentally friendly
    Made of premium PVC, formaldehyde-free, green and environmentally friendly, safe and secure.

  • Soft texture
    The soft physical properties ensure that it fits well with the table top and is easy to store.

  • Crystal clear, not easy to yellow
    Good transparency, suitable for most furniture, seamlessly fits all areas of the office and home.

  • Protect the desktop
    Waterproof, oilproof, anti-scalding, easy to wipe, with Wear resistance, slip Resistance. Aging resistance, long service life, etc.


Note



  • As a lighting effect, the color of the object may be slightly different from the picture.

  • Due to manual measurements, different measurement methods and tools may have slight dimensional deviations. Please refer to the actual product.


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