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Product Description

This soft and high stretch PrinceDeco Wing Chair Slipcover gives your living room a fresh look while protecting your furniture from pet hair, spills, and more. Our classic covers are designed and ready-made to fit a variety of furniture, each plush and bouncy slipcover is elasticized for a snug fit.

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High Features for Our Jacquard Small Checks Wing Chair Cover

  • Made of 85% polyester and 15% spandex fabric, gentle, soft and comfortable
  • Highly stretchy and craftsmanship make this furniture cover perfect fit for most size, practical and aesthetic for room decor.
  • Easy to put on and off, just referee to our installation guide photos in package, tuck the extra fabric into the gap between the body and seat cushions to get refresh visual effect.
  • Color: Burgundy Red / Gray / Brown / Navy / Sand / Sage / Ivory / Taupe/ Black / Dove / Deep Teal and more new coming.

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To make sure getting the perfect fitting, kindly measure the back size of your furniture for stretch strength

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Multiple Choice: Wing Chair slipcover fits up to 26-32 inches seat width and 45 inches back height

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Care Instruction:

  • Wrinkle free for easy maintenance. Machine washing in cold, do not bleach, tumble dry low and no iron.
  • Warm reminder that always wash before initial use, especially for dark color covers.

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