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A beautiful and effective hot mat handmade from recycled newspapers by the Women’s Multipurpose Cooperative in Baguio City, Philippines. This innovative process turns old newspapers into new and beautiful products by wrapping the paper into coils and forming them into spiraled square building blocks. These building blocks are then joined together with thread and/or glue and starched. They have been tested and should stand up to heat and moisture that comes with average use.

  • Recycled newspaper
  • 12Lx9W inches
  • Made in Philippines

UPC Code: 732919404050

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    This product is wonderful! Looks great on my table and hanging on my wall when not in use!...

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    fantastic product, beautiful craftsmanship and a GREAT price...

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    fantastic product, beautiful craftsmanship and a GREAT price

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