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Queenbox Plastic Double Dish Pistachio Bowl Kitchen Nut Candy Sn

$8

Queenbox Plastic Double Dish Pistachio Bowl Kitchen Nut Candy Sn

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Product description

Color:White


Description:
The use of food-grade green plastic is safe, non-toxic, durable, waterproof.
Detachable design for easy separating the peel and easy cleaning.
Ultra-high polishing technology, the surface is very smooth and comfortable, the touch is very good, there is no burr on the edge, will not have any effect on your skin.
The bottom is firm and stable,it can be placed smoothly,it will not fall down easily,and two sizes can be stacked to save space.
Multi-functional use artifacts,the inner bowl can be placed smiling mouth peanuts,pistachios,candy,condiments,coins,jewelry,office supplies,can also place some kitchen utensils in the kitchen.
A decorative and highly functional mouthpiece reservoir that is a holder and a bin.


Specifications:
Material:Plastic
Size:S--21.5*11cm,opened size 14.3*5cm;
L--32*13.5,opened size 22*6.7cm
Conversion: 1 inch = 2.54 cm , 1 cm = 0.3937 inch


Package included:
1 Pieces x Plastic Double Dish Pistachio Bowl Kitchen Nut Candy Snacks Serving Bowl Tray with Shell Storage Holder

Queenbox Plastic Double Dish Pistachio Bowl Kitchen Nut Candy Sn

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