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Gradient Stripes Rectangle Tablecloth 60x140inch, Washable Cotto

Product description

Size:60x140inch



Specification:
Material: cotton linen.
Size: 60x140inch

Features:
Our cotton linen rectangle tablecloths come in a variety of colors amp; sizes.
Their seamless one piece design makes it a great tablecloth for indoor and
Indoor outdoor use. Printed with charm full colors these tablecloths appears a sense of
Modern style, great for decorating your dining room, or any indoor amp; outdoor event.

Easy Care:
Ordinary washers and dryers can be used for easy care and washing of this tablecloth.
Hand or machine wash in warm or cold water with mild detergent is recommended.
If you hand wash, don't use brush – rinse thoroughly.

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