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Durable, wrinkle resistant, easy-to-clean, stain resistant, round tables Wedge Placemats.
Made From 100% polyester. Would be the best protection and decoration to your tables. Wipe to Clean. It can be washed repeatedly and reused.
Perfect for round / oval / rectangular tables. It can be used indoors and outdoors. Such as family, hotel, business office, coffee table, kitchen table.
6 perfect beautiful colors of placemats for you to choose。It can be put under plates, cups, tableware and vases.
Beautiful and fashionable mat, as the decoration of table and tea table, add more fun to your kitchen table and coffee time.
Easy to take care of: Washable, easy to clean. If there are stains, just clean it with a brush and soapy water. No need to use a washing machine for cleaning.
Do not bleach.
Due to factors such as light, the color of the picture will be slightly different from the actual product.
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