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Colour Name:Green  |  Size Name:10×15m

Name: Shading net × 1
Color: green
Shading rate: 85%
Density: 6-pin encryption
Dimensions: 2 × 2 m, 3 × 3 m, 3 × 6 m, 3 × 8 m, 4 × 4 m, 4 × 6 m, 4 × 8 m, 4 × 10 m, 5 × 5 m, 5 × 7 m, 5 × 10 m, 5 × 12 m, 6×6m, 6×8m, 6×10m, 6×12m, 8×8m, 8×10m, 8×12m, 8×15m, 10×10m, 10×12m, 10×15m
User Manual:
? 1. When installing sunscreen shade sails, please keep the backyard, lawn or courtyard intact
? 2. You can hang it anywhere you need or move from one place to another
? 3. Protects you and your family from harmful UV rays while soothing the breeze
? 4. Please do not cut and splicing this shade cloth
? 5. It will be better to pack shade sails up when there is no need to use them
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