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Six thousand li Clothes Laundry Hamper/Large Storage Basket/Toy

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Product description

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laundry hamper is an interesting and creative wayfor home organization.It is a perfect gift for babies、toddlers 、kids and college student.
  put it in every place in your house,bedroom, balcony,toilet, drawing room, hallway, cloakroom, kitchen for Clothing Storage (especially for underwear, socks, bra, etc. Home Textiles Storage, storing toys, Baby Product's Storage and Pet Product's Storage.
  Features
  - Cotton drawstring closure locking, easy to protect the items inside for dust-proof
  - Strong frame on the top of edge, very sturdy.
  - PE coating inside for waterproof, and easy to stand up even if it is empty
  - Two handle design, it is easy to take away.
  - Suitable size for most situations use, such as home, closet, bedrooms, bathrooms, desk, college dorm for toys,, clothes, underwear storage.

Six thousand li Clothes Laundry Hamper/Large Storage Basket/Toy

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