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ZQDMBH Desert Net Awning Tarpaulin Netting, Woodland Desert Net

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Product description

Size:4x5m

Outdoor Necessities:
Lightweight - easy to carry and hang
Waterproof and quick-drying
Strong and durable

Product Name: Desert Net
Material: Oxford cloth
Color: as show
Features:
- Versatile, many uses and applications
- Lightweight, strong and durable
- Use environment -40~ 50°C
Suggest:
Avoid using sharp objects during long-term use, do not drag them to the ground
Please note:
1.Product size is similar, with 1-2cm error, depending on actual size.
2.The product is taken in kind, because of the light, angle, different display and other color reasons, please understand.

ZQDMBH Desert Net Awning Tarpaulin Netting, Woodland Desert Net

 

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