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YUSHIJIA Towel Bars Metal Multicolor Optional Single Pole Bathro

$25

YUSHIJIA Towel Bars Metal Multicolor Optional Single Pole Bathro

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Product description

Color:C4

1 Package includes: towel bar x 1, hardware package (for screw installation)
2 A mirror-like glossy finish or champagne gold finish, combined with clean and delicate lines, forms a high-end style.
Product category: bathroom towel rack;
material: metal;
Installation method: installation without nail glue (no nail glue included);
Specification: single pole;
Size: 323*93MM;
Weight: about 3KG;
Why choose our towel rack?
1. The meticulously crafted details, every detail can be appreciated with a magnifying glass, seamlessly connected, personalized and practical, beautiful and stable.
2. One-piece molding, thicker tube body, stronger bearing capacity, long-term use. Make items not easy to fall.
Please note:
1. Please allow slight deviation in manual measurement data.
2. Due to the difference in monitor display, the actual color may be slightly different from the image.
3. This product contains: towel rack*1. (Does not include nail-free glue)

YUSHIJIA Towel Bars Metal Multicolor Optional Single Pole Bathro

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