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Heavy-duty Water-Resistant Garden Patio Outdoor Protective Furniture Cover Size 100" x 70" x 27"

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Garden Patio Outdoor Protective Furniture Cover - Size 100" x 70" x 27"

If it's coat season, don't forget to cover the outdoor furniture, too. Generously sized to protect a patio set, this water-resistant heavy-duty vinyl covering features a flannel backing on the inside to add a soft touch to furniture underneath. From Season Sentry.


  • Dual vents with covered flaps improve the airflow while reducing the penetration of unwanted elements
  • Four buckle straps
  • Double bungee drawstrings and buckle straps for a tight secure fit
  • Heavy-duty vinyl construction with flannel fabric on inside
  • Durable fabric with a reinforced liner resists cracking in hot & cold temperatures
  • Fade- and water-resistant
  • Interior lining provides protection from abrasions to the furniture's finish
  • Measures approximately 100"L x 70"W x 27"H, weighs 7.15 lbs
  • 100% polyester with polyvinyl chloride coating
  • Spot clean with water
  • Imported

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