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Outdoor carpet made of easy-care PVC plastic

The Otis reversible carpet from Pappelina can be used indoors as well as outdoors to create stylish, cosy accents. The carpet is made in Dalarna, Sweden using traditional looms. The material is PVC plastic, which is known for its robust, easy-care and long-lasting properties and can therefore also be used outdoors. Only new raw materials are used in the production process to guarantee that the carpet does not contain any heavy metals or plasticizers that are harmful to the environment or health.

The Otis reversible carpet is decorated with a drop-shaped geometric pattern that blends in perfectly with any ambience. In the long corridor, used as a doormat in front of the balcony door or in the garden area, it creates a homely atmosphere. The timeless drop pattern adapts perfectly to any style and can be found on the back as a negative.

More details:

-Extract regularly
-Hand or delicates at 30°C or less
-Do not spin and dry in a tumble dryer
-Shake out after washing, be careful with the welded edges.
-required, pull into shape in wet condition
-Lay down to dry or hang on a wide pole
-Af 140 cm the Pappelina carpets should no longer be washed in the washing machine!

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Item no.161911
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Handwash HandwashSpecial gentle washing at 30°C Special gentle washing at 30°CDo not tumble dry Do not tumble dry
DetailsWelded and reinforced closure with embossed Pappelina logo. Production-related deviations of ±4% possible.
  • Polyester warp threads
  • 100% polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
ColourGranite grey
DimensionsHeight: 1 cm, Depth: 50 cm, Length: 70 cm
Weight600 g (without packaging)
CategoryCarpets, Outdoor carpet
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