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Kit For Kids® Back to Nature Mini Bug  Placement Carpets

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Set of thirty two round bug placement carpets ideal for activities like reading and group play with FREE holdall. Des...
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Kit For Kids® Back to Nature Mini Bug  Placement Carpets

Code
502684
Set of thirty two round bug placement carpets ideal for activities like reading and group play with FREE holdall. Designed to encourage learning through interaction and play. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Made of Nylon. Measures 40cm d. Features Distinctive and brightly coloured; child friendly designs; Crease resistant with unique Rhombus™ antiskid DuraLatex™ safety backing; Abrasion resistant, laboratory rub tested to heavy duty standards; Tightly bound edges to prevent fraying; Nylon twist soft textured finish. Heavy Duty TufPile™ Substantial carpets; soft textured tufted pile for comfort and long lasting.
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Material Made of nylon.
Diameter 40cm
Features Features Distinctive and brightly coloured; child friendly designs; Crease resistant with unique Rhombus™ antiskid DuraLatex™ safety backing; Abrasion resistant, laboratory rub tested to heavy duty standards; Tightly bound edges to prevent fraying; Nylon
User Advice Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Recommended for classrooms and soft reading play areas. Includes 1 x Storage Bag. Meets all relevant safety standards.
Cleaning and Care Guide; Carpets should ne spot cleaned with a damp cloth but do not rub. Never use soap, bleach, laundry detergent or any strong household cleaning agents intended for use on hard surfaces, i.e. woodwork, linoleum or tiles. When vacuuming, adjust the height of the beater bar to lightly agitate the carpet pile but not cause the motor of the vacuum to slow. Do not vacuum over the binding and edging. For outdoor mats when not in use always keep the mat rolled up do not fold. Always ensure the mat is dry before doing so
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