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Product description

Size: Front seat cover: 19.7x18.9in(50x48cm), Rear seat cover length: 48.4x18.9in(123x48cm).

Applicable scene: It is generally used in small cars, and the length of the rear row is within 49.2in/125cm.

Accessories structure: A set includes 2 front seat cushions, 1 rear seat cushion, and 6 buttons for fixing.

Product performance: The cushion is made of environmentally friendly ice silk material, and there will be no peculiar smell after high temperature exposure. Not only protect your car seat cushion, but also play a decorative role. It won't get hot even when exposed to high temperature. Machine washable, quick-drying, no deformation, no fading, no creases. The back of the seat cushion has non-slip plastic dripping, and it is fixed by buttons, so it is not easy to move after installation. Easy to install, no other tools are needed.

Washing instructions: Machine washable, not bleached.

Special Note: This size data is normal due to different measurement methods. The error is within 1-2cm.

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