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Mirror Cube

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Features three large circular holes for children to enter through and engage with the internal acrylic mirror. The id...
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Mirror Cube

Code
501979
Features three large circular holes for children to enter through and engage with the internal acrylic mirror. The ideal piece to accompany the play podium range. Care and maintenance details provided with product and available online at edex.com.au Made of Birch plywood and acrylic mirror . Measures 75 H x 75 W x 75cm D.
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Colour Natural
Material Made of Birch plywood and acrylic mirror.
Height 75cm
Width 75cm
Depth 75cm
Requires Assembly YES
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. Mirrors used in our furniture are of a shatter proof acrylic nature for child safety. Whilst scratch resistant Please note that they are not scratch proof. If hard items or sharp edges are used with the mirrors it will scratch as part of normal wear and tear. All Mirror products have the potential to collect and/or reflect UV rays from the sun. In certain conditions there may be a potential risk of fire. To minimise this risk, keep products away from direct sunlight at all times. Always store away from direct sunlight when not in use and avoid the product being put in direct sunlight indoors or outdoors.
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