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Bring warmth and coziness this Christmas and surround your tree with this beautiful Christmas tree stand mat.
Material: High-quality Polyester
Weight: 0.3 lb
Size: Mat is 28.3 inches / 72 cm in diameter
1 x Christmas Tree Stand Mat
Floor Protecting Mat:
This Christmas tree Stand Mat protector is designed to keep your floors clean, dry, and scratch-free while looking beautiful and festive.
With a thick and waterproof bottom layer, and anabsorbtive top layer.
Slip-resistant backing helps to keep the mat securely in Place, prevents it from sliding around and helps to provide a secure placement for the Christmas tree stand.
Can not only be used as Christmas tree stand tray to protect the floor and beautify the Christmas tree;
But also be used as daily home decor, to keep your furniture from moisture, keep your floor from the scratch of furniture, plant pots and so on.
1.Not washable (partial scrubbing).
2.Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
If you encounter any problems, please contact us promptly, if you do not like them, you can unconditionally refund. You do not need to hesitate, now click on the golden "Add to Cart", We will deliver it for you within 2 days.
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