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balcony privacy net
1.Material:100% new HDPE,UV
2.Weight:120~220gsm
3.Useful life:3~5 years
4.balcony net factory price

balcony privacy net/shade net/window net

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balcony privacy net/shade net/window net  

Brand Name

cnbm

Material

100% new HDPE with UV,long service life

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Green,yellow,blue,gray (as your request)

Weight/sqm

120~220gsm

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Width:0.5m-3m, Length: as your request

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1). sample time: Within 7-15 days.

2). Sample charge: According to product details.

3). Sample refund: Negotiable

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