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F Fityle Elastic Round Bar Stool Cover Chair Slipcover Protector

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F Fityle Elastic Round Bar Stool Cover Chair Slipcover Protector

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Product description

Color:Black

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Note: Just Stool Covers, without Stuffing

Description:

- Make Your Chair a New Look!

- Ideal for preventing chair from being scratched or covered with dust

- Simple colors to decorate your bar or home, highlight your unique taste

- Soft and durable, Easy to clean

- Widely used for bar, home, kitchen, hotel, office, wedding, celebrations or other special event

- Fits For Diameter 33cm/12.99''

- Material: Polyester

- Color: As picture is shown

Package Includes:

1 Piece Bar Stool Cover (Chair is not included)

Note:

Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.

"p"Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.

F Fityle Elastic Round Bar Stool Cover Chair Slipcover Protector

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