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Product description

▼Brand introduction:
The "XXIOJUN" factory was established in 1982. Our factory has professional designers. Now XXIOJUN has become a professional enterprise integrating Ramp;D, production and sales. In 2008, "XXIOJUN" entered the overseas market and can better meet the needs of the world. User needs

▼Product features: small dots on the front of the floor mat, non-slip and non-slip, the back water column is well separated from the ground, so that it does not accumulate water. The round buckle is tightly stitched. It is not easy to come out, and the storage is convenient and does not occupy the space.

▼Product specifications: Blue, Brown, Gray, Green, Red, White, Yellow
Name: Bathroom Mat
quantity: 1
Color: Blue, Gray, White
Size: 4pcs, 6pcs, 16pcs, 20pcs, 30pcs, 50pcs

▼Package content:
Bathroom mat

▼How to use:
1. Clean the floor, bathroom or bathtub before use
2. When using, spread the non-slip mat in the bathroom or bathtub, do not fold it
3. When using, pay attention to sucking the suction cup firmly with the ground or bathtub
4. Clean regularly, rinse the brush with clean water, and keep it clean
5. Hang to dry and put in a cool place after use, avoid direct sunlight

XXIOJUN-Shower Mat,Bath Mat, Can Be Spliced PVC Non-Slip Floor

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