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HUANPIN Child Safety Net Family Balcony Railing Stairs Anti-Fall

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HUANPIN Child Safety Net Family Balcony Railing Stairs Anti-Fall

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➤ Children are curious about the world but lack the ability to understand.This is the responsibility of every parent and mother to give the baby a safe environment.The child's safety net gives parents and mother peace of mind.
➤ Product specifications: Diameter: 12cm*10mm Length*width: please perchase as your needs.
☛ Product Name: Protective Net Safety Net
☛Material: High quality nylon
☛ Load-bearing: Maximum load capacity up to 200KG!
☛ color: color Tips:support customization. If you have any needs, please contact us.
☛ Suitable for balconies, terraces, doors,Playground and windows, durable, weather resistant and UV resistant.
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HUANPIN Child Safety Net Family Balcony Railing Stairs Anti-Fall

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