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Strong Line - Steel Reinforcement

$9.95 USD
Item# 7169
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This copper-coated steel strip is very strong yet easy to bend. Fits between foiled glass pieces or inside lead came for invisible reinforcement. Measures 20 mil x 1/8", 25 ft. long.

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