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Muto Pedal Wastepaper Basket

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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. 1.5 gallon.

Features
Available Color/Finish: Charcoal, White
Removable Plastic Liner For Cleaning
Easy Pedal Push To Open
Silicone Non-Slip, Non-Scratch Bottom
2 Year Manufactures Defect
Designed By Floz

Specifications
Polished Stainless Steel
Powder Coated Steel
Plastic
Rubber

Dimensions
Overall Size: 11L x 9W x 13H inches/ 4.4 Lbs

Ships within 1-2 days




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