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Product description

Specifications
Folded Size:12x8x3.5inches
Tiled Size:57x59 inches
Weight:About 0.85kg

Material
This picnic mat has two layers. The first layer is made of velvet fabric and the bottom of the mat is made of aluminium foil.

Features
1-Moisture-resistant and skid-resistant.
2-One-sided printing
The blanket has unique stylish printing pattern on one side and we use thermal dye sublimation technology to prevent fading.
3-Easy to carry
This blanket is easy folds down to a tote shape about 12x8x3.5 inches and you also can carry it by shoulder.

Multifunctional
This blanket is Moisture-resistant and skid-resistant. It can be serviced as a picnic blanket,camping blanket,baby play mat and yoga mat. It is the perfect choice for the park, sporting events,hiking and other outdoor events.

Washing instructions
Wipe the surface clean with damp towel. Do not machine wash, dry clean or iron.

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