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Stockholm – Rectangle Corner Mirror

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$229.95  (Ex GST)

$252.95 (Incl GST)
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Product Code ACH20212

Estimated Despatch - 20/12/2023

An inspiring corner mirror for imaginative and exploratory play. This corner mirror is made from environmentally friendly FSC plywood. The mirror features a wooden base panel plus 2 x mirrored side panels. This item is best used in a corner. The mirrors are scratch resistant and made from acrylic so will not shatter like glass. This rectangular corner mirror measures 60cm wide x 60cm deep x 90cm high.

A wonderful exploratory play item. Children can explore reflection as well as create a wonderful play space for dramatic play. Why not drape some fabric over this to create a sensory nook?

We recommend to clean this corner mirror with a gentle cleaner on a moist cloth and dry thoroughly. Do not saturate the item and we do not recommend to use bleach or harsh cleaning agents. Siqura surface sanitiser can be used to disinfect this item.

This piece is for indoor use only and assembly is required. Do not drag or pull to move and we always recommend to follow safe lifting procedures when moving our furniture and to regularly check that all screws and bolts are secure. Do not use in direct sunlight and suitable for indoor use only. Do not lean on this item – it is designed for use in a corner only and not to be used as a room divider.

All timber used in this item is approved by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). This is the world’s most rigorous labelling system for timber products, and is the only forest label supported by the World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace and the Australian Conservation Fund. FSC approval ensures that this item is an environmentally friendly and sustainable option for the classroom.

Safety – To help prevent furniture tip-over, anchor items to a wall using fastening devices suitable for the construction of your space. Consult a specialist hardware supplier for guidance on securing your furniture. Other ways to help prevent tipping are to place heavier objects on the bottom shelf /drawer and discourage children from climbing on furniture.

MTA Early Years Catalogue Page: 285