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WPC series

**WPC outdoor decking
**WPC exterior wall panel
**WPC DIY flooring
**garden box
WPC(woodplastic composite) part one
Type: hollow and solid
Length: 2200mm, 2900mm, 4000mm,5800mm
Specification:150*25mm,135*25mm,140*26mm,  150*21mm, 150*30mm, 145*30mm, 250*21mm,250*25mm etc.
Color: ivory white, wood, cherry red, reddishbrown,  black etc.

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