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Yunine Undersea Blanket, Magic Glowing Jellyfish Underwater Home

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Yunine Undersea Blanket, Magic Glowing Jellyfish Underwater Home

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Size:60 W By 80 L Inch  |  Color:Mutil 6

Quality is our primary task Our blankets are much softer than you can imagine. We use high quality superfine fiber polyester fibers to bring you warmth and softness, super soft and fluffy, warm and comfortable. Whether it's in the comfortable corner of the living room sofa, or lying in the bedroom winter garden, barbecuing with friends or relaxing on the evening terrace, you can feel comfortable. Because of its good material and light weight, it can not only become a partner in home life, but also a necessary item for traveling. It can ensure that your travel is relaxed and warm.

"p"Beautiful and fashionable patterns. We have superb printing technology, giving each blanket beautiful patterns, we ensure that each blanket pattern is clear and fashionable. It's fashionable enough to fit your furniture and even add beauty to your home.

We will satisfy your customers'good wishes and make them with the most rigorous working attitude. We pay great attention to every detail. Because of the manual measurement, please allow the error of 1-3 centimeters.

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