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Multi-purpose: It can be made into any shape as needed, and it can be used as a cushion or a pillow. Suitable for all seasons, whether it is home, office, sofa, bedroom, sofa decoration.
Easy to clean: It can be easily cleaned locally or washed at a lower speed in a washing machine and dried at low temperatures. Don't bleach.
Safe and skin-friendly: This pillow is made of soft elastic fabric. Each pillow is hand-made, and the outer layer is covered with super soft plush, which is soft to the touch. The interior is filled with high-quality hypoallergenic PP cotton filler to make it breathable.
Perfect decoration: soft and beautiful, with unique design, it can be used as decoration for bedrooms, playrooms and nurseries. Make the room more cute and safer, and the children will have more fun.
Knotted woven pillows: Our knotted pillows are about 5.9 inches wide, which is wider than ordinary woven pillows. The length can be selected according to different needs: 39.4 inches/100cm; 78.7 inches/200 cm; 118.11 inches/300 cm; 157.48 inches/400 cm.
This child crash pad can prevent your child's head, legs or hands from hitting the bed. It can protect your child's safety and let you sleep well at night without worry. The chic woven bumpers are each handmade, and the outer layer is covered with super soft plush, which is soft to the touch. The interior is filled with high-quality hypoallergenic PP cotton filler. It has a unique design and can be used as a decoration for bedrooms, playrooms and nurseries. It can also be used as a cushion or pillow. Whether it is home, office, sofa, bedroom, it is very suitable. It is the best gift for a friend or child.
Material: cotton + plush
Internal filling: PP cotton
Color: gray, blue, pink, white, green, yellow
Size: 100cm or 200cm or 300cm or 400cm
Set includes: 1x cushion and soft knot pillow
The size is manually measured, there will be small errors
Due to problems such as display light and chromatic aberration, there may be a chromatic aberration between the actual object and the photo. The color is subject to the actual product. Thank you for your understanding!
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