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Black Non-woven Four-panel Quilt Packaging Bag

Posted By: texpackmfg

Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2021

Price: $10.00

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Black Non-woven Four-panel Quilt Packaging Bag Wholesale

Quilt bag
*Material: clear PVC 0.1mm, cold crack resistance minus 15 degree.
*Structure: four-panel bag.
*Binding: black non woven binding.
*Zipper: black nylon zipper #3 on the top three sides, fixed with one matched black puller.
*Handle: two pcs black rope handles on top, size: W6mmxL38cm, fixed with four 22# metal eyelets and two hard white color reinforcement inside.
*Printing: available.
*Size: customized.

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