Jeco Jeco ORI002 A Espresso Wicker Patio Serving Cart P2564576 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/JEC/JEC-ORI002-A.jpg Jeco ORI002 A Espresso Wicker Patio Serving Cart 2564576 37.09lbs 9.00 20.00 34.00
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Jeco ORI002-A Espresso Wicker Patio Serving Cart

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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: ORI002-A

With durable, all-weather resin wicker over a powder-coated steel frame, this serving cart is built to withstand anything life throws your way. Unlike real wicker which dries out and cracks, resin wicker is flexible and fade-resistant, which means it stays like new season after season. What's more, all-weather wicker doesn't absorb water and also allows for air flow, making it the perfect choice for the poolside! In addition, this chair is virtually maintenance-free and cleaning it is as simple as spraying it down with your garden hose or wiping it with a solution of mild dish soap and water. The serving cart makes serving your guests easier than ever with two convenient serving trays for extra storage.

• Steel frame for extra durability

• All weather synthetic resin wicker

• Hose off and wipe clean

• Simple assembly required

• Dimensions: 32" X 18" W X 32" H, 36 lbs

• Dimension: 32"L x 18"W x 32"H

• Material: Wicker

• Finish: Espresso

• Cushion Included: N

• Assembly Required: Y

• Distressed Finish: N

• Country of Manufacture: China


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