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This high-quality constructed wooden sandbox from Tierra Garden has wonderful design features. Vinyl roof offers protection from sun and rain, and can be easily cranked down to close off the sandbox when not in use. This keeps leaves and debris from collecting in the sandbox and offers a great solution to keeping cats out. Made in Austria from water-treated pine, safe for children and pets. Wood is harvested from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified, government controlled forests. This regulates the use of wood and the replanting of trees for a greener environment. Outside dimensions 56"L x 56"W, inside play area is 44"L x 44"W, Bench is 8"H, and overall height is 52"H. Assembly required.


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