Canvas shopping bag - 38x42cm

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Canvas shopping bag - 38x42cmCanvas shopping bag - 38x42cm

Natural cotton canvas tote bag.

Can be decorated and tinted with fabric paint, to create a unique present!

Recommended for everyone for shopping, traveling, etc., to substitute disposable plastic bags.

Made in: Hungary
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shipping 2-7 day
Delivery to Hungary
shipping 1-2 day
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Price: €1,7 (€1,3 + VAT)
Unit price: €1,7/pc(s)
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Product description

Natural, tag-free tote bags!

Size: 38 x 42 cm (width, height)

Cotton canvas is an unprocessed, natural material, that can shrink when you first wash it. It shrinks approximately 10% which depends on the temperature of the water. We recommend you to only wash it in 30-40 °C water, so the fabric won't shrink any further.

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Packaging:

Package-free product.

Environmental advantages:

Natural, plant based, biodegradable product made of cotton linen. It saves huge amounts of plastic waste if you use this instead of disposable plastic bags.

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