Glasses Cleaning Cloth

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Products Details:

  • Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Range Start From
  • Usage/Application: Glass Cleaning
  • Size: 30x30cm, 40x40cm, 50x100cm, 40x60cm
  • Description: Microfiber Towel
  • Material: 80% polyester 20% polyamide

we present a functionally advanced array of Glasses Cleaning Cloth. Owing to their fine texture, softness and reliability, these offered products are highly demanded.


Products Details:

  • Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Range Start From
  • Usage/Application: Glass Cleaning
  • Size: 30x30cm, 40x40cm, 50x100cm, 40x60cm
  • Description: Microfiber Towel
  • Material: 80% polyester 20% polyamide

we present a functionally advanced array of Glasses Cleaning Cloth. Owing to their fine texture, softness and reliability, these offered products are highly demanded.

24 reviews for Glasses Cleaning Cloth

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