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Color:Brown

Extraplush nonslip protector keeps your favorite recliner clean and cozy. Improved design features soft and durable stitched quilted polyester sherpa and a slipresistant nonwoven backing. Crafted with OakRidgeTM quality, it gives furniture a fresh look while protecting from spills and stains. Elastic straps and thicker flaps help it stay in place when you tuck. Seat is 30 1/2"L x 23"W; back is 48"L x 23"W; arms measure 21"L x 16"W. Polyester. Machine wash.

OakRidge Bradley Sherpa Recliner Protector - Slipcover - Brown

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