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ʻO ka hoʻonaninani ʻana o ka lumi lumi kaikamahine a Baldr Baby Pink Girl 8282 Pale Kūloko

Place o Kinohi: KINA
Brand Name: RANCHO
Model Number: 8282
palapala hoʻomaikaʻi: BSCI, OEKO-TEX
ʻO ke kauʻanaʻana o ka mea nui: 500PC / HOLO
Price: USD4-12 / PC
Hōʻikeʻikepili: PVC
Delivery Time: 50 mau la a pau
Uku LIKE: TT
Ka lako kūpono: 300000-350000set / mahina


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Product Description

Kūlana kūpono:

GOOD BLACKOUT ABILITY & BEAUTIFUL PRINTING – This blackout curtain is available for various color or multiple color combinations. Customers can choose color and joint spot freely. The fabric itself is one of the most popular material worldwide. Adopts triple woven and ultraviolet semi-fiber technology, being able to reduce sunlight and UV rays(dark colors work better), as well as noise, balance room temperature by insulating against summer heat and winter chill, meanwhile protect privacy


ʻIke kikoʻī:

WIDELY USAGE & ROOM DARKENING -- blackout curtain drapes are perfect for living room/bedroom/kids room as functional curtains. Besides, the same materials both side and solid colour add more elegance to house. 100% Polyester, made of innovative triple-weave fabric; no stiff liner; elegantly frames windows with a sophisticated drape.  


Hō'ike:

SOFT AND THICK FABRIC

HOOPAKELE ENERGY

WRINKLR FREE

KA MANAʻO TEMPERATURE

MULTIPLE SIZE AND COLOR

PALAPALA HUAKAI


Nā noi:

Machine washable, Iron at low temperatures settings. Made in OEKO-TEX Standard 100 factory,ensures textiles meet high safety and environmental standards.


hoakaka:

PALAPALA KULA MUA

NĀ LAVISH DESIGN & COLORS

MOLEHU HOLOHOLU


Hoʻok & lanakila :

ʻO kā mākou ʻenehana Triple Weave Blackout Technology he mea māmā a kahe me kahi papa huna kūikawā e pale ai i ka mālamalama no ka hiamoe hoʻomaha. ʻAʻohe uhi a formaldehyde ma ko mākou mau pale. ʻAʻohe mea ʻino i ke olakino, keu hoʻi no ka pēpē. E maʻalahi e kūʻai iā lākou.


KA NUI