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Value package: you will get 100 pieces plant fixture clips and 100 pieces adhesive stickers, a sufficient quantity to meet your daily use and replacement needs.
Reliable material: the plant climbing wall clip is made of high-quality ABS resin material, lightweight and sturdy, the stickers are made of high-viscosity adhesive, can sitck the clips on the wall firmly.
Easy installation: the vine clips is designed to be easy to use, just open the plant clips gently, put the vines of the plant into the clip, buckle it, and stick the vine clips on the wall, does not require any tools.
Invisible beauty: the color of the plant wall clips is green, which is very close to the color of green vines; the shape of the plant wall clips is the leaves, which can be integrated with green plants, use the clips to fix the vines on the wall and let the vines in accordance with the direction you want to grow, make the home tidy and beautiful.
Useful anywhere: these plant clips offer a simple solution to solve the problem of climbing wall plants that were getting out of hand, suitable for small and medium-size plants, such as orchids, tomato support, green dill, creeper, ivy, seedlings, can also be used for home wiring and other wiring arrangements.
How to Use
Wipe the pre-installed wall.
Tear of the adhesive stickers and stick to the plant clip.
Paste the plant clip on the wall and press tightly.
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