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BalajeesUSA Outdoor Patio Rugs clearance 5'x7' (152 cm x 214 cm)

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BalajeesUSA Outdoor Patio Rugs clearance 5'x7' (152 cm x 214 cm)

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Product Description

Quality at affordable prices

We are partners in manufacturing. we make these from quality recycled plastic. They come in fold and are portable. Easy cleaning and durable.

Our goal is to bring quality product, beautiful designs, vibrant colors at affordable value. Yes these are the same PP indoor outdoor mats that are selling in the market at quite high prices. We believe in contents and not packaging, You get the point! We try hard to pass on the savings to our valuable customers.

Be it small or large spaces, our outdoor rugs or mats add nice flooring for kids to play on, Family gatherings, meditaion, Group meets. These are good addition to your outdoor furniture on Porch, deck or back yard.

Reverse fold to Lay the mats flat, the starwas puff up once in use over time and temperature. We recommend stow away these when not in use and do not use on slippery surfaces.

Multiple Uses.

Multiple Uses

Add character to the Urban small spaces

Be it the Balcony, small living spaces in urban living, our 3 ft x 6 ft mats provide a great floor covering and great portable item for individuals to travel with.

We love our smart customers who compares similar products beyond pictures! Customers find great value with our rugs/mats!

BalajeesUSA Outdoor Patio Rugs clearance 5'x7' (152 cm x 214 cm)

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