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Allante

Allante
Allante Espresso
Available colours:
Allante Espresso
Allante Light Sandalwood
Allante Sea Oyster
Allante White
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Width 137cm
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Product details:

Allante is a smooth grained marine vinyl. Combining mildew & UV resistance, this vinyl is great for most upholstery uses.

Markets and uses:
Market : Upholstery / Contract Furniture, Marine & Leisure, Automotive Use : Interior, Domestic, Outdoor / Waterproof

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