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Multi-purpose: used for tableware racks, toothbrush racks, tool storage racks, etc. Used to separate and organize tableware, pencils, toothbrushes and toothpaste in daily life. Keep the countertop clean and no more mess around the sink.
Product name: tableware rack
Product material: PP
Product weight: about 200g
Applicable scene: kitchen
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