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Bamboo Sofa

Posted By: hqcbamboo

Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2022

Price: $360.00

Mobile: +0598-3550555

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HQC bamboo made sofa produced by Fujian HQC Bamboo Product Co., Ltd. is made of bamboo and leather, which is excellent resistance to corrosion and moisture. The surface of the HQC bamboo sofa is made of high-quality leather processed by many techniques. As a result, the HQC bamboo sofa is comfortable, wear-resistant, durable, and fashionable.


Advantages of Bamboo Sofa
Moth-proof


Water-proof


Adopt mortise and tenon joint combination, without screws


Specification of HQC Sofa Bamboo Furniture
Length Width Height Color
1980mm 680mm 680mm Color of bamboo/black/walnut


*The color can be customized. Customers can choose different colors according to different decoration styles.


Installation & Maintennance
We provide you with the most convenient installation and maintenance
HQC bamboo furniture company breaks through traditional sofa style and creates a kind of sofa bamboo furniture that combines both classical and modern styles. HQC bamboo sofa is light in weight, beautiful and gorgeous in appearance and practical in use. The sofa made of bamboo has a strong bearing capacity, which is able to hold different things in different weights. HQC wooden bamboo sofa set strictly adopts eco-friendly protection production technology. As a result, the HQC bamboo furniture sofa set is non-toxic, odorless, low carbon, and good for family health. HQC Bamboo Sofa is provided with various elegant colors. There are many options for you to select. The style of the HQC bamboo-made sofa is diverse, you can choose freely at your request. We could provide any bamboo furniture that you need.


HQC Bamboo Sofa is made of fine bamboo board. Bamboo board has strong physical and mechanical properties, and its water absorption coefficient is small. HQC bamboo sofa is resistant to pressure and abrasion. The board is strong, durable, and tough, which is not easy to deform. It has a small cracking coefficient of expansion. Then, bamboo crisscross arrangement and other scientific technology ensure bamboo board and its products resistant to cracking and deformation. High temperature and high pressure treatment fundamentally prevent the board from moth and mold.


Fujian HeQiChang Bamboo Industrial Co., Ltd. is a bamboo products suppliers, we provide bamboo sofa set for sale, bamboo sofa for sale, bamboo plywood sheets and etc. Want to know more? Please contact us.



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