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Round Area Rugs Children Crawling Mat,Butterfly Residential Carp

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Round Area Rugs Children Crawling Mat,Butterfly Residential Carp

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Size:3.3Ft(39In)

From the front door to the bedroom,area rugs can bring color and warmth to any part of your home.Feature:(1)These carpets are of fashionable material. Create an intimate atmosphere in the living room,dining room,bedroom,or nursery. Attractive carpets are beautiful in any room.(2)Super soft,different sizes to suit your needs. The big carpet can let the child lie on it. The colors and patterns are beautiful. It feels soft and is the right size for your family to play with every day.Size:Round diameter: 3ft=36in=91cmRound diameter: 4ft=48in=122cmRound diameter: 5ft=60in=152cmRound diameter: 3.3ft=39in=100cmAdvantages:(1)Ideal for children and pets.(2)Universal design,different size for your choice.(3)The best pre-sale after-sale service,guarantee your satisfaction.You can ask us any questions about the product to ensure your satisfaction.

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