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ãMEET KID'S FAVORITE PATTERNãAMZTOP kid's duvet cover printed cartoon space pattern with (A version), blue stars (B version). Your child will start exploring the mysterious universe every day while sleeping. Suitable for various decoration styles.Perfect for adults, kids, babies, students, boys, girls, etc. Also, it's a lovely/warm/meaningful gift idea for any special day/anniversary.
ãMade Of High-Quality MateriaãAMZTOP bedding duvet covers are made from 100% Cotton, which is softer and more durable than polyester fiber and other materials, and take care of our skin. Comfortable and air permeability, sweating, and moisture absorption.
ãIntimate Zipper Closure amp; Corner Ties DesignãThe bedding duvet cover is well designed with hidden zipper closure and corner ties. The invisible side zipper closure will convenient for you to get your duvet bedding in and out; the four corner ties ensure that your comforter remains immovable in the cover.
ãWhat You Can GetãAMZTOP Twin Duvet Cover Set includes 1 Duvet Cover without insert (68x90 inch) and 2 standard pillowcases (20x26 inch) without pillow insert.
ãEasy CareãOur duvet Cover and pillowcases are machine washable. Machine wash in cold water with similar colors without any detergent. Gentle Cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach.
Best bedding gifts: White cartoon pattern, the kawaii style must be the perfect choice for kids and adults, lightweight amp; breathable,get a comfortable sleep, best bedding gifts.
Easy Care: Our bedding collection and pillow cases are machine washable. Machine wash in cold water with similar colors without any detergent. Gentle Cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach.
NOTE :Comforter sold separately, NOT in this set.
100% Natural Material:
AMZTOP use 100% natural cotton, Ultra-Soft amp; Skin-Friendly and breathable .
4 Corner ties:
Help secure your quilt, comforter and duvet in right place.
The same color as the duvet cover, Lovely amp; Stylish. Hope you have a sweet dream.
Metal Zipper Closure:
Make it is easy for you to put your comforter in and out and more durable to other buttons.
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