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XDYNJYNL is driven to curate quality products that will make your life go a little more smoothly. With our wide array of intricately designed personal items, gizmos, and household products, it is our mission to bring you convenient amp; reliable solutions to everyday life.
Product material:Magnetic stainless steel material + plastic
Product Specifications /Dimensions
Hight:30CM
Weight: 3.8KG
DiameterL:19CM
Capacity:10 Litre

Package includes: 1*Trash can
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