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Universal Rubber Bands Size 107 7 x 5/8 40 Bands/1lb Pack
General purpose rubber bands for home or office use. Approximate Count: 40; Size: 107; Length: 7 in..
General purpose rubber bands for home or office use.
Reference Code: UNV01107
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SKU Code: UNV01107
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