Masino® Silicone Keyboard Cover Ultra Thin Keyboard Skin for MacBook Air 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13″15″ 17″ (Wood Brown)



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The Masino® Apple keyboard skins are made of international popular environmental material–silicone, touching soft, non-toxic, noncorrosive, anti-yellow, wear-resistant as well as heat-resistant.

The surface has anti-slide function, lets you type with ease. Ultra thin design lets you open and close your computer without any affection.

Smoothly paste on the keyboard, its good heat radiation function dose not affect the heat radiation of notebook keyboard.

Easy to clean. It can be directly flushed by water and become clean after being slightly scrubbed , then duplicate uses.

Waterproof, Dust-proof and dirt-proof design can prevent liquid, dust, cigarette ash, biscuit crumbs and so on falling into your keyboard to affect the keyboard life.

If you have any question with our products, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will try our best to solve the problem for you and offer you a better and better customer service.

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There might be a little color difference between the product you received and the product in our pictures because of the color difference between our and your computer display. You can still contact us at any time. Thank you very much for your understanding.Fits All MacBook Air 13″, MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13″15″ 17″
Innovational design, makes your MacBook look special in the crowd
Extra slim silicone skin, made it easier for typing. Soft silicone can ELIMINATE the sound when typing
Flexible, washable, easy to apply and remove for cleaning or disinfecting. Manufactured to the Highest Quality Available
Every key is individually molded and specially printed on clear silicone for a long lasting professional look



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