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Suction Cup Pack Of 10

$4.95 USD
A $9.50 value.
Item# 5266PK
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  • Attach securely to virtually any clean, flat surface
  • Use to hang suncatchers and decorative glass in windows
  • Secure to a mirror to keep jewelry close at hand
  • Pack of 10 suction cups measuring 1-5/8" in diameter

Product Description

Handy for hanging suncatchers and other decorative glass in windows. Suction cups are made of clear plastic and come with a hook. 1-5/8" diameter. Save on this pack of ten!

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