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Garment Rack Cover, 59" Large Rolling Rack Cover Only, Heavy Dut

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Garment Rack Cover, 59" Large Rolling Rack Cover Only, Heavy Dut

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Product Description

  • Why choose QEES?

Our primary goal to provide you with quality and trustworthy products!

  • Why choose Garment Rack Cover?

  1. Integrated design, can be installed by one person with ease, very easy fix on your clothing rack.
  2. 2 full zippers make it easy to access any garment; save your time for the important meetings and enjoyments.
  3. Cover your racks to help with the lack of closet space in your home.
  4. Covers the rack completely and with room to spare. Like the open bottom for ventilation, allow your clothes to breathe.

  • Perfect Gift for Women Men!

Ideal choice to store/display your clothing, classical color especially good for off-season storage and for anything white or other pricier garments. Perfect for suits, dresses, coats, shirts, leathers, skirts, jackets, trousers, uniforms, Ideal to put in wardrobe, storage or being carried while traveling.

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Garment Rack Cover, 59" Large Rolling Rack Cover Only, Heavy Dut

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