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Chess Made of Elements Apron

The word Chess made up from the elements Carbon, Hydrogen, Einsteinium, and Sulfur. This is a fun design for anyone that loves to play chess, especially if they also have an interest in chemistry!

Useful in the kitchen or at the BBQ, this medium length apron will help keep spills and splatters off your clothes. Includes neck ties and extra long waist ties. Two center stitched bottom compartment pouches allow you to keep cooking tools and recipes handy. 35% Cotton / 65% polyester blend, twill fabric. Machine washable and guaranteed.
 
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Chess Made of Elements
Chess t-shirts and unique chess novelties and gifts. The word Chess made up from the elements Carbon, Hydrogen, Einsteinium, and Sulfur, from the periodic table of the elements. This is a fun design for anyone that loves to play chess, especially if they also have an interest in chemistry or science!

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This product is available in the following colors:
White Khaki Lemon
Chess made of Elements BBQ Apron

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