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WANTU JH8008 RED Vinyl Placemat

Posted By: jhwantu

Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2021

Price: $2.50

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https://www.jhwantu.com/products/jh8008-red-vinyl-placemat/


We do believe that arts come from life, our team explores new designs with original ideas of the nature creature. It is made of eco-friendly material and the red color adds a lively atmosphere.


Features of WANTU JH8008 RED Vinyl Placemat
Model No.: JH8008(red)
Size: 38 cm
Weight: about 100G
Normal packing: 1pc with hang tag,12pcs per opp bag,72pcs one carton
Meas: 40.5*40.5*8cm


We can make packages and designs as clients requirements..


Maintenance of WANTU JH8008 RED Vinyl Placemat


The PVC (or vinyl) material is designed to give an easy-care finish to our textiles, but it is not an armor plating. Foodstuffs and beverages can be easily wiped from its surface.


It will definitely NOT withstand ball-pen ink, lipstick, nail varnish or shoe polish. Some tomato based sauces and curry sauces can also leave marks and stains. These types of stains must be wiped immediately. Newspaper print can transfer onto the placemat if the placemat is still damp from wiping.


Hot cooking oil will also damage the surface. The surface will not withstand plates or dishes straight from the oven, placed directly upon it.


To clean the surface, it should be wiped with a damp cloth, which can contain a small amount of detergent.


To remove creases, please unfold the table cloth and keep it flat, no iron. IMPORTANT NOTE: DO NOT DRY CLEAN


If treated with a little care, WANTU JH8008 RED Vinyl Placemat will give a prolonged service whilst protecting your table.


WANTU is one of the leading PVC tablecloth and placemat manufacturers with competitive technology and considerable scale in China. We provide vinyl placemats, vinyl placemats red, cheap red placemats, red plastic placemats, cheap plastic placemats, red vinyl placemats, red round placemats and etc. Want to know more? Please contact us.



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