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SHOULDER-OPENING GOWNS     

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Shoulder-Opening Gowns, models WS004/6/7/010, are woman's nightgowns designed for privacy and dignity. Available in florals, prints and solids, this item has one snap on each shoulder and no snaps along the spine. Items WS004/6/7 come with 3/4-length sleeves; WS010 has short sleeves. WS004/010 are cotton/polyester gowns; WS006 is a 100% poly, brushed nylon gown; WS007 is a 100% preshrunk flannel. SIZES: WS004/7/10 - S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X; WS006 - S, M, L, XL. COLORS: Variety. WARRANTY: Unconditional lifetime guarantee.

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This product record was updated on December 13, 2001.

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American Health Care Apparel Ltd.

302 Town Center Boulevard
Easton, Pennsylvania 18040
United States
Telephone: 800-252-0584 or 610-250-0584.
Fax: 800-262-0584.
Web: http://www.clothesforseniors.com.
Email: info@clothesforseniors.com.


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