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Product description

Color:Color3

Material: plastic.
Shape: Round
Color:White
Knobs size: 1.38×1.10in/3.5x2.8cm.
Screw size: 1.1x0.31in/1.37x0.31in.
Products include: 4 knobs, 4 long screws,4 short screws, metal washers.

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-knobs are easy to install, just tighten the screws. (The use of metal gaskets will make the installation firmer)

-knobs are individually packaged in groups of 4 and are packaged in a beautiful small box to prevent friction and scratching.

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