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Konsilsa Round Transparent Tablecloth,Heavy tablecloth Water Pro

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Konsilsa Round Transparent Tablecloth,Heavy tablecloth Water Pro

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Product description

Size:Diameter 120cm(47inch)  |  Colour:2mm

Super clear plastic table protector keeps the mess away.
Protect your table or tablecloth from spills, stains, scratches which still allows you to enjoy the beauty, true color and nature elegance of your table top.
It makes cleaning a snap just wipe it clean with ease.
The heavy weight 2mm thick table pad is as clear as glass, and wouldn't move around."br"Strong, durable and high premium material will prolong the life of any tables."br"A must have item in every household.

Konsilsa Round Transparent Tablecloth,Heavy tablecloth Water Pro

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uncultivatable
[uncultivatable]
adjective
1. not suitable for cultivation or tilling
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2. Although throughout extensive areas, such as along the upper Rio Cuchujaqui, over half of the original forest has been cleared, extensive blocks of intact dry forest may remain, particularly on the steep, uncultivatable margins of the mountains.
example
3. The technique was originally used for hard pan soils which are uncultivatable using traditional farming methods.
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