Toilet (9'x6') With Highlighter Tile Cad Detail
Autocad Drawing of a Toilet size 2700x1650 mm. (9'x5'-6"). The floor plan has got WC, Basin, and Shower Area. The Drawing accommodates complete working drawing detail with material specifications.
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