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Product description

★ About Luggage Storage Rack:
A luggage rack like this is of course also a must-have for hotels that want to provide a maximum of comfort to their guests

★ Product parameters:
Brand: GDXLJ
Material: Solid wood
Size: 80*45*64CM, View image 2
Style: European
Application: hotels, cafes, office buildings, public institutions, leisure homes, bedrooms, Balcony, next to the sofa, frequent travellers and business travelers, etc

★ Suitcase Support Stand (Selling point)
- Place your suitcase at a convenient height, you no longer need to bend down when packing your suitcase
- Relaxed packing at home or on the road
- Ideal for hotels, motels and holiday apartments
- Folds for compact storage, saving space

★ About after-sales service:
- We offer a 45-day refund, 1 year warranty, worry-free shopping, if the product is damaged or other problems, please contact us
- Your satisfaction is our unremitting pursuit. If you have not received the product or have any questions, please contact us

★ Note:
--Product size is similar, there are 1-2cm error, subject to the actual size
--The product only includes the luggage rack and does not include other products displayed on the luggage rack

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