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Muto Pedal Bin, White

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Item Description

The classic Pedal Bin Wastepaper Basket is a necessary item in any bathroom. The plastic liner can be removed for emptying and cleaning. Smart-close lid goes down slowly instead of slamming shut.

Features

  • Removable plastic liner for cleaning.
  • Easy pedal push to open.
  • Silicone non-slip, non-scratch bottom.

About blomus

Beauty, function and quality are at the core of all blomus products. By combining Scandinavian design and German craftsmanship, they have achieved a unique look that is at once striking and simple. blomus has been making beautiful and functional home decor for the European market since 1961.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 12.6"H x 9.1"W x 11"L
Specifications
  • Color: White
  • Weight: 4.44 lbs
  • Material: Polished stainless steel, powder coated steel, plastic, rubber
  • Warranty: 2 year manufacturer's defect
  • Designer Name: Flöz Design
Material
  • Steel
  • Stainless-steel
Shipping
  • Weight: 6.06 Lbs
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Made in
  • China
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