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Lunarable Valentine's Day Chair Pad Set of 6, Video Game Bricks

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Lunarable Valentine's Day Chair Pad Set of 6, Video Game Bricks

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Product description

Size:Pack of 6  |  Color:Red Pink Scarlet

Set of 6 pieces - 15" wide 15" long 0.59" high Foam pillow for kitchen or dining chairs. Comfortable padding.
Made from - High quality, soft and ergonomic foam with %100 polyester durable upholstery fabric.
Features - Has 17" straps so it can be kept firmly on the chair. Water-resistant. Machine washable.
Versatile - It can be used on chairs, chaise lounges, and plastic chairs. Indoor and outdoor use.
Printed - With state of the art digital printing technology. Long-lasting bold colors amp; clear image.
Our dining chair pads are the accessory for your kitchen chair. The chair pad is a great way to add comfort and color to your dull plastic chair! You can use this on most of the regular-sized desk chairs without issues. It has four 17" straps that tie around the back of the chair so it doesn't move or slip. You can easily move it from one chair to another. It is comfortable and durable. The surface is water-resistant and easy to clean. The water and stain-resistant surface mean that you won't have to worry about it getting dirty or damaged if something spills on it. Our ergonomic foam support and high-density foam cushioning will provide you with optimum comfort while having dinner, resting, or working. Our many different colors and prints allow you to mix and match this ergonomic chair pad with any color scheme in your home or kitchen setting. Our pillows are printed on both sides so you can use both sides without sacrificing your decor. This soft and waterproof foam chair pad is a wonderful gift for your friends, family, or yourself. You can use it on your desk chair to protect the upholstery from dirt and stains. It is machine washable on a cold delicate cycle. The images we display have the most accurate color possible but, due to differences in pc monitors, there can be slight color differences between the product and the image. Due to manual measurement, please kindly allow a 1-2 cm discrepancy.

Lunarable Valentine's Day Chair Pad Set of 6, Video Game Bricks

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