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Floral Printed Velvet Sofa Covers Living Room Slipcovers Protect

$65

Floral Printed Velvet Sofa Covers Living Room Slipcovers Protect

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Product description

FURNITURE PROTECTOR:Protect your sofa from daily wear and stains. Various colors are prepared, you can choose the color you like to cover
Process Technique:Basic
Function Type:All Cover
is_customized:No
Style:Solid
Material:Polyester
Fabirc Construction:160gsm
Production:Sofa Cover
Applicable Sofa:Double-seat Sofa

Floral Printed Velvet Sofa Covers Living Room Slipcovers Protect

Sep. 3, 2021

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