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Product description

Product Features:
Eco-friendly PVC
Removable waterproof
Can be applied to any smooth and clean surfacessuch as walls doors windows closet etc.
Decorate your home make it more romantic
NOT suitable for dirty or rough surface
Decals can be easily removed without damaging walls. But NOT re-usable once applied
Due to the different monitor and light effect the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color which is showed on the pictures.

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