Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

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1.Structure of Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

Bamboo torch. Bamboo fence. Bamboo furniture. Arts and crafts. Gazebo bamboo. Bamboo rod. Bamboo. Bamboo packaging box and garden bamboo state-owned enterprises. Home goods spend 2. Harrow pin water

We plant specializing in the production of 2 for a long time, a large number of domestic and foreign agricultural natural bamboo,

2. Main Features of Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

Our factory is a professional production of various kinds of bamboo products, bamboo crafts export enterprises. The main products are: Bamboo bear hands, insect nets, bamboo torch, bamboo fence, bamboo furniture, fine arts and crafts, garden bamboo products, fishing nets, fishing net shrimp, insect nets, telescopic rod insect nets, flower. Novel style, complete variety. Fully meet the requirements of customers design and production. The factory created in the 90s of the 20th century, covers an area of about 9000 square meters, with scale production line, strong technical force, reliable quality, the products are mainly sold to Europe, America, Japan and other a few countries. Our aim is: "customer first, quality first".

3. Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration Images

 

Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

 

 

4.Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration Specification




Products Name

bamboo poles, bamboo sticks, bamboo canes

Size

A lot of, can be customized

Material

Natural and color bamboo

Breed

Tonkin bamboo

Use of places

Plant support , gardening, farm ,home   decrotion

Process

wash clean, high temperature, high temperature   drying, roasted straight, mothproof mold processing, sorting, cutting,   packing, fumigation, container

Payment Terms

TT,30%deposit,70%balance against B/L

Terms

FOBxiamen or guangzhou

Delivery

1x40’HQ   10-20days after get the deposit

Place of origin

SHANGHAI China



Packing

woven bag or   carton

Documents

Invoice, Packing, Form A, CO,   BILL,         Fumigation/Disinfection Certificate,           Phytosanitary   Certificate

5.FAQ of Natural Bamboo Tonkin Sticks for Decoration

How to do daily cleaning?

Only use the brush to clean dust from the gap, and then use a clean wet cloth wipe, if relatively dirty also available water directly wash, wash after timely to dry in the air.

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