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Stick it to ‘em the way you like it! This sticker is made of durable vinyl. Just stick on surfaces like your laptop, your car, furniture and any kind of smooth surface. The sticker is waterproof and can be removed from most surfaces without leaving any adhesive residue.
  • Vinyl stickers with outline cut, easy to remove
  • Durable and waterproof
  • Can be removed from most surfaces without residue within three years
  • Made in the European Union
  • Material: 100 µm PVC film

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10 x 6,6 cm
10,010,0

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c2b
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c2b
France
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jar is not moral
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jar is not moral
When there is no moral there jar, glass ... anything an expression of me that well!
Tags: goldfish bowl, glas, moral

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