Dark galvanised square tray

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Buy Dark galvanised square tray: <ul><b><li>Tough and rust-resistant</li><li>Attractive lacquered finish</li><li>Prevents moisture stains</li></b></ul><br>Created to pair with our dark galvanised square planters (sold separately), these sturdy trays are made from the same robust dark galvanised steel finished with a protective clear lacquer.<br><br>Each tray allows generous space around the planter to act as a reservoir to keep plants well hydrated.<br><br>Please note: each tray is hand finished, so while we endeavour to make sure they are completely watertight, we advise checking before using on indoor surfaces.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W25cm x H5cm (base W24cm)

  • Tough and rust-resistant
  • Attractive lacquered finish
  • Prevents moisture stains

Created to pair with our dark galvanised square planters (sold separately), these sturdy trays are made from the same robust dark galvanised steel finished with a protective clear lacquer.

Each tray allows generous space around the planter to act as a reservoir to keep plants well hydrated.

Please note: each tray is hand finished, so while we endeavour to make sure they are completely watertight, we advise checking before using on indoor surfaces.

Measurements:
W25cm x H5cm (base W24cm)

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  • Standard £4.99
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