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AIMIMI Acoustic Panels Non-Self-Adhesive Thickness 8cm High Dens

Product description

Color:Red

Features:
Easily machinability:
The free cutting of the art knife, the collocation of various colors, the simple stitching, the simple processing of the edge angle, the perfect artistic picture and the different style can be easily embodied.

Specification:
Product Name: Low-Density Sound-Absorbing Cotton
Thickness: 8cm
Material: Polyurethane Foam Sponge
Size: 50*50cm
Product Weight: 0.25kg
Popular uses from :
Family/TV Room
Music/Home Studio Room
Game/Streamer Room
Office/Work space
Decoration Walls

Packing list:
10 PCS *Acoustic Foam Panels

Buyer note:
This product is a cotton material and needs to be compressed and packaged for transportation. It is suggested that there will be a certain error in the thickness after transportation.

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