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Product description

Size:California King: 104x96in(264x244cm)

The bedspread quilt is an ideal option for dressing up your bed in spring and steamy summer months.

Feature
Material: MICRIFIBER amp; POLYESTER
soft feeling, breathable, lightweight and thin
Diamond stitching helps keep fill in place
Function:
Can be used as the quilt, bedspread and coverlet, bed blanket, enough weight to keep you comfortable, great to use all seasons
Great for Sleeping, sofa, camping, car, backpacking and traveling. the lightweight feature ensures the convenience to carry and store, fold up
Easy to care - gentle cycle, tumble dry at low heat, do not bleach,fade-resistant, wrinkle-resistant

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