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RoHS,REACH certifications
Safe-to-use:nontoxic
luxurious comfort and high water absorbent
Different color,different size

1)Model Number

SY-101

2)Material

Coral fleece+meory foam+coral fleece

3)Size

40*60cm,50*80cm,60*90cm and any other sizes as your required

4)memory foam thickness

0.5cm/1cm/1.2cm

5)OEM size

yes

6)Backing Material

PVC or SBR

7)Color

as photos

8)Function

Anti-slip, water absorbability,strong cleaning ability,washable, no shrink

no fade etc.

9)Usage

Bathroom, bedroom, parlor, toilet, decoration, movie house, outdoor etc.

10)MOQ

500sqm/design, no matter the size

11)Packing

100pcs /box

12)Payment Terms

T/T, L/C

13)Port

Ningbo


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