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C $11.53
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Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Condition:New Brand:By iUnivers MPN:AM-1016

Auto car customization film stickers.
Made of durable material vinyl.
Waterproof and anti-UV.
Dimensions: 14x11cm.
Colour: Black.

Note: Use a towel to wipe clean the surface before pasting the sticker. Do not wash the car within 24 hours.


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