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$306

Bathtub Cover Bathtub Cover Anti-dust Dust Board Bathtub Insulat

Product description

Size:150*80*1.2cm

The bathtub tray rack is suitable for standard-size bathtubs, just put it on the bathtub to enjoy the practical tray function.
Material: plastic
Style: simple and modern
Please note:
1.Please allow 1-3CM differs due to manual measurement.
2. The product only includes a bathtub cover
When not in use, the bathtub tray can be folded and stored.
LUXURIOUS EXPERIENCE. All the features are well thought out for MAXIMUM CONVENIENCE. We've spent a lot of time developing the best design to guarantee the ultimate bathing experience. The wine glass holder, the phone/tablet holder will hold your stuff securely in place. We've also added plenty of space for your beauty and bath products

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