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“Solid wood”, “MDF”, “green decoration” … … in the face of all kinds of home decoration in the name, consumers are often puzzled, in the end what products is the real trust of green products? Recently, the Shanghai Environmental Protection Industry Association announced that starting next week will be officially launched the top 100 brands
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