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Product description

Comfortable and durable handles provide a firm yet comfortable grip

Makes your laundry day easier.

Waterproof Fabric

Making the laundry hamper easy to clean by simply using wet cloth and wipe it out.

Large Capacity

Dimensions: 19.3x11.8x15.9 in

Enough room for your family's clothing /kids' toys.

It will be your best helper when you organize the room

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