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Thin Comforter Bedspread Throw Blanket Sunflower Summer Bee Ligh

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Product description

Size:Oversized King(98x116in)

Thin bedspread suitable for summer.

Detail Info:

Include: Each set includes 1 Thin Comforter
Size Choice:
Twin Size: 64 x 88 inches(163 x 224 cm);
Full Size: 82 x 85 inches(208 x 218 cm);
Queen Size: 88 x 88 inches(224 x 224 cm);
King Size: 90 x 102 inches(229 x 259 cm);
Oversized Queen Size: 98 x 98 inches(249 x 249 cm);
California King Size: 104 x 96 inches(264 x 244 cm);
Oversized King Size: 116 x 98 inches(295 x 249 cm).

Good performance
(1)Durable: The quilted throw blanket is reversible, and both sides can be used separately. Maximum durability and comfort with prewash and preshrink.
(2)Smooth: the stitches are neat, the joints are firmly connected, the appearance is overall and the strength is better.
(3)3D Technology: Through 3d digital technology, printing the realistic patterns. Note: Due to the limitation of the monitor, the actual color may be different from the color on the screen.

Care:
The machine is washed in cold water and circulated separately and gently. Dry with a dryer. Don't bleach.

Thin Comforter Bedspread Throw Blanket Sunflower Summer Bee Ligh

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