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FITS Outdoor Stove and Sink

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This outdoor stove and sink unit is the perfect addition to your outdoor play environment. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Made of natural fir wood . Measures 80 H x 101 W x 32.5cm D. Features movable dials.
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FITS Outdoor Stove and Sink

Code
502123
This outdoor stove and sink unit is the perfect addition to your outdoor play environment. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Made of natural fir wood . Measures 80 H x 101 W x 32.5cm D. Features movable dials.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of natural fir wood.
Height 80cm
Width 101cm
Depth 32.5cm
Requires Assembly YES
Features Features movable dials.
User Advice Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au The metal hardware can become loose over time, so we recommend that you check the screws, hinges and bolts throughout the year. This will help to keep the furniture strong and in the best working condition. Outdoor Timber Maintenance Guide; We recommend cleaning your outdoor furniture several times a year. We suggest using an outdoor wood furniture cleaner and follow their instructions. Also remove any cobwebs, leaves or dirt before cleaning and dry thoroughly in the sun after cleaning. We don’t recommend a high-pressure washer. We recommend to sand and oil your furniture as required throughout the year. The weather will deteriorate timber so the location of the furniture and the weather such as rain and humidity will wear timber at different rates. Using a natural furniture oil will help to maintain the beautiful colour of the timber and hold the necessary moisture in the wood. Please follow the manufacturer’s directions for oiling. Usually only a light sand is needed. If your outdoor furniture gets wet, we suggest that you dry it out in the sun. This will help to prevent mould and wood rot. For best longevity of your outdoor furniture we also suggest that you keep it undercover or cover it when not in use. If the furniture can be kept under a roof out of direct weather and sun, it will help to make the most out of your furniture.
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