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QYSM Stainless Steel Bathroom Curtains with Extended Telescopic

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Product description

Color:Black

Stainless steel bathroom curtains with extended telescopic rods, clothes bar, household curtain rods

Color: matte black

-Material: thick 304 stainless steel.

-Size: 25 mm outside diameter.

-The telescopic design makes the rod length adjustable.

-Stainless steel is durable, windproof, rustproof and stable.

-Perforated, stronger design.

-Multifunctional, can be used as clothes drying rod, wardrobe rod, curtain rod, curtain rod, etc.

-Suitable for clinics, hospitals, schools, offices, homes and many other occasions. Beautiful products make your life easier and more convenient.
1. Due to manual measurement, please allow an error of 12 inches. Thank you for your understanding.

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QYSM Stainless Steel Bathroom Curtains with Extended Telescopic

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