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â Multi-replacement function: to create a powerful storage telescopic rack, the length of the telescopic rack can be stretched to 35cm/13.8 inches, and the hanger can be used to dry hair and clothes. Suitable for drying thin clotheslt;br
â Strong and thick tube: made of thick tube, selected materials, 6 tubes + 1 hook plate, allowing the towel rack to bear more weightlt;br
â Stainless steel material: The telescopic base and the 6 thickened rods are all made of stainless steel. The upper and lower floors provide you with more use spacelt;br
â Telescopic drying rack: can be installed in any space. The dry, retractable design rack allows you to fix it almost anywhere in a limited space. save spacelt;br
â After-sales service: If you have any questions about our products, please contact us in time, we will reply within 24 hours, your satisfaction is our greatest motivation
The telescopic base of the towel rack and the 6 thickened rods are made of stainless steel. The upper and lower floors provide you with more use space
Product Name: Bathroom Stainless Steel Telescopic Towel Rack Body material: stainless steel Product size: 50/60/70/80/90/100cm/19.7/23.6/27.6/31.5/35.4/39.4 inches Surface treatment: mirror polishing Product weight: 1679 G Installation method: perforated installation Range of use: kitchen/living room/bathroom, etc. Tube thickness: 0.5mm Tube diameter: 12mm
After-sales service: If you have any questions about our products, please contact us in time, we will reply within 24 hours, your satisfaction is our greatest motivation
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