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Outdoor Picnic Blankets, Large Waterproof Foldable Picnic Blanke

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Product description

Outdoor mat features:

1. Waterproof,moisture-proof,wear-resistant.

2. Machine Washable.

3.Being folded, this outdoor blanket is lightweight and compact to be carried around by either hand or shoulder, convenient for mom with toddlers.

4.Due to its durable and waterproof backing,this picnic blanket is super easy to clean . Easily shake and wipe off dirt, mud, wet grass, and beach sand.

5.These versatile portable picnic blanket are great option for picnic, camping, kid play , Yoga , garden , park, Hiking, Beach and car etc.

Outdoor mat specifications:

Color: Black and white

Surface material:140GSM acrylic

Bottom: 100% waterproof on the back of PEVA

Size: 200*200 150cm / 78.74*59.84inches

Occasion: Picnic, Camping, Beach, Outdoor Activities etc

Products include:

1 * Outdoor mat

Please note:

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Outdoor Picnic Blankets, Large Waterproof Foldable Picnic Blanke

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