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Mosaic Tiles Arts and Crafts Black Geometric Lines Stick on Tile

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Mosaic Tiles Arts and Crafts Black Geometric Lines Stick on Tile

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Product description

Size Name:2P

????????Our tile stickers can add a touch of color to your room. Retro patterns make your home look beautiful and charming.It can be well stitched and installed according to the size. You can also cut it by yourself, which is very convenient. Ther is no grouting, no glue, no special tools or experience. Kitchen tile transfers stickers is suitable for smooth and clean walls, protecting your walls from dirt, oil fume and moisture.

Mosaic tiles material: PVC
Self adhesive wallpaper size:
40 x 250cm
Packing List:
Tile Sticker ×1P
Tile Sticker ×2P
Tile Sticker ×3P
Note
1.Tear off the protective film on the surface before use. There may be a slight odor when you get it. The odor will dissipate automatically after ventilation.
2.Do not use the sticker near the fire source.
3.Please measure the size of the covered surface before use.
4.The actual color of the product may be slightly different from the picture due to the external lighting environment."

Mosaic Tiles Arts and Crafts Black Geometric Lines Stick on Tile

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