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47-B Inflatable Bathtub Folding PVC Plastic Portable Adult Bath,

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47-B Inflatable Bathtub Folding PVC Plastic Portable Adult Bath,

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Product description

Color:Purple

Space-saving, mobile, foldable, inflatable, high quality and good sealing, spacious space, easy to store clothes and used for storing toys, car storage containers, stable and not shaking, safe to use. This package only contains a folding bathtub and does not contain any decorative items mentioned in the picture.
Product Name: Inflatable bathtub
Model: SR1500
Material: PVC
Is it manual: No
Color: pink
Bathing Bucket Type: Oriented Bath Bucket / Bidet
Size: l165cmxw80cmxh50cm
Is there a cover: no cover
Distribution inflatable pump: electric pump
Application Stage: Child / Adult
Weight: 4.5kg
Applicable range: weight lt;;95kg, height lt;;180cm (children need to use under the supervision of parents)
Tip: Since the product will be resealed immediately after production packaging, there will be a slight smell of PVC material for the first time. This is a normal phenomenon, don't worry about it. It can be eliminated by rinsing with clean water.

47-B Inflatable Bathtub Folding PVC Plastic Portable Adult Bath,

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