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Dining Room Stretch Chair Cover Slipcover Nature Scenery Aurora

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Product description

Material: Polyester
Package includes: Each package set of 8

Suitable for Chair Size:
Back Height: 18-22inch (45-55cm) Seat Length: 11-20inch (30-50cm) Seat Width: 11-20inch (30-50cm)

Protect the chair:
Our chair covers are dirt resistant, not easily broken. If you have children or pets, they are ideal for protecting chairs and furniture because they can protect your chair from kids’ graffiti or scratching and biting from pets.

Decorate:
Our chair covers have a variety of patterns to choose from, suitable for a variety of decoration styles. Not only can your new chair extend its life and reduce damage, it can also give your old chair a new look and add gloss to your home.

Occasion:
The chair cover is suitable not only for a variety of places, but also for a variety of holidays to add festive atmosphere, such as St. Patrick's Day, Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and so on.

Tip:
Do not bleach.
No ironing

Dining Room Stretch Chair Cover Slipcover Nature Scenery Aurora

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