Blooma Galvanised Steel Wire Netting (L)6 M (W)900 mm

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Product code:
5397007007107

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£32

Blooma Galvanised Steel Wire Netting (L)6 M (W)900 mm

Product code:
5397007007107
Blooma Galvanised Steel Wire Netting (L)6 M (W)900 mm

Price

£32.00

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This Blooma steel wire netting is ideal for aviaries, pet cages, fencing, plant guards, gutter guards, compost containers and rabbit hutches.

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  • Galvanised Steel

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Blooma Galvanised Steel Wire Netting (L)6 M (W)900 mm
Length 6m
Width 900mm
Material Steel
Mesh size 13mm
Pack quantity 1
Thickness 13mm

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