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Synthetic Rattan Repair Kit/Material

1. What is this Item?
This is a modern plastic PE Rattan, which is looks like to natural rattan, More stronger and durable, easy to clean, It can be used for a long time outdoors. Rattan furniture is very fashionable, simple and casual, So it is often used to weave outdoor patio garden furniture sets, picnic tables, indoor sofa sets, company conversation sets, bar chairs, flower baskets and pet sleeping mats, etc.

2.Is it suitable for gifts?
Sure it is.This kind of material is rarely available in the market, and outdoor furniture is prone to ageing. Usually we throw away these broken furniture because of lack of materials. Now is the time to repair these furniture for your parents and grandparents by this gift.

3.How Should I Use it?
It is used to repair damaged rattan items or weave new rattan items, Which requires you to have certain skills. If you haven't, you can quickly learn related skills on the Internet. "br""br" 4.Any More Details?"br"Its color is coffe/brown,The front is Curved surface and the back is flat. It performed well in our outdoor 90-day test,NO FADE and and its performance parameters remain unchanged."br""br" 5.How Many Should I Need to Order?"br" It depends on the area you need, assuming that the area you need is A sq.ft, the quantity you need=A/3.11,If the quantity more than one we recommend you to order our cheaper 1.1lb rattan.(TIP:When you estimate the rattan area you need,don't forget to calculate the area of the overlapping area).

6.Others
If any problem please contact us at any time, we would resolve any issue for you until you 100% satisfied.

Wicker Repair Material,Synthetic Embossing Rattan Fix Kit Vinyl

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