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Vilikkala Home Bag, Graphite, Large

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Item Description

Vilikkala Home Bags are light and durable multipurpose bags suited for your home and garden. The Home bags can be used for a nearly unlimited number of applications. Owing to their affordable price, you can use the bags all around your home. You can use them for carrying logs and setting them by the fire, keeping your clothes fresh, storing important items on shelves and, if necessary, for moving items from one place to another with ease.


  • The felt material used is made 100% recycled beverage bottles. The material is breathable, dust- free, and durable for variety of uses. The felt is very sunlight resistant, as the material has UV protection.

About Vilikkala

Vilikkala Home Bags are a stylish and eco-friendly solution to your storage and toting needs. Made with felt from 100% recycled beverage bottles, the Vilikkala Home bags are breathable, dust-free, UV-resistant, machine washable and durable for a variety of uses from toy storage to plant container.
  • Overall: 12.2" H x 13.7" Diameter
  • Volume: 7.93 gallons
  • Felt
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