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For Drawer 

The moisture and smell of things in the drawer can be bothersome and difficult to get rid of. These charcoals have the ability to protect against unpleasant smell and molding in the storage compartment. It is important to control the moisture and odor.

For Drawer S & L

SKU: 030420
RM66.00Price
Variation
  • Product Information

    Size S

    Product size:W130×H320×D13mm
    Package size:W140×D420×H23mm
    Product Weight:250g
    Total weight:260g

     

    Size L

    Product size:W310×H420×D13mm
    Package size:W320×D440×H23mm
    Product Weight:690g
    Total weight:700g

     

    Material :

    Charcoal, non-woven fabric, caulking (nickel), PP sheet, polyester

     

    Made in Japan (Toyama)

  • Material information

    The eco-friendly charcoal made using recycled materials such as driftwood.

     

    The high-temperature carbonized charcoals are recycled from raw materials such as driftwood from collapsed dams caused during typhoon and storms and wood from demolished houses. Rather than throwing the wood away, they are remanufactured and recycled with the objective of preserving the environment.

  • Sumi Kusa Hana by IOTC

    The deodorizing and dehumidifying properties of charcoal are well known. But it took a tie-up between a Tokyo design team, h concept and Toyama prefecture-based IOTC to make charcoal fashionable! Their “Sumi Kusa Hana” line of odor and moisture-fighting products, available in a range of sizes and uses, almost look too good to be called deodorizers.

    Each has an attractive non-woven fabric covering with various decorations and motifs. And IOTC’s products are not just beautiful to look at, they are good for the environment as well. The company produces their own charcoal using driftwood collected from Toyama area dams and discarded wood from demolished homes.