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Stair Treads Carpet Non-Slip, Indoor Stair Runners for Wooden St

$207

Stair Treads Carpet Non-Slip, Indoor Stair Runners for Wooden St

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Product description

Everyone likes beautiful hardwood stairs,but even the most charming stairs can be very slippery for anyone in the family,especially children,the elderly and pets.This stair stepping mat can protect your family well and will not damage your floor.

Material:flannel
Size:24x65cm,24x75cm,24x80cm,24x100cm
Features: non-slip, self-adhesive, washable, reusable, silent
Uses: bedroom, commercial, decoration, hotel, family stair step carpet
Packing list: 7 pcs
Precautions:
1. Wipe the place where the stair mat is clean to ensure that there is no dust, water stains, particles, and keep a smooth surface.
2. The film on the back of the floor mat is torn lightly. Please choose carefully if the paint is falling off the old stairs.
3. It can be machine washed, hand washed, vacuum cleaner, not exposed to the sun.
4. Don't tear it hard when replacing it to prevent damage to the floor.5. Post-maintenance is very important. Depending on the length of time, it will affect the use of floor mats.
6. Due to different displays and lighting effects, the actual color of the project may be slightly different from the image. Thanks for understanding!
7. Due to manual measurement, please allow an error of 1-3cm.

Stair Treads Carpet Non-Slip, Indoor Stair Runners for Wooden St

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