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Homesister The Plastic Toothbrush New item Holder with i Bear Japan Maker New a Cute Used

Homesister The Plastic Toothbrush Holder with a Cute Bear Used i

$4

Homesister The Plastic Toothbrush Holder with a Cute Bear Used i

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Product description

Color:White

Main material:Made of 100% new PP,very highquality and durable

Size:4.72inch*4.13inch

Color: Grey and white

Gross weight:1.55oz

Package:1 pcs per box

Features: kindly used in bathroom,  easy to install without drilling.  fine workmanship. Wall Munted without drillingor hurting the wall.

Uage method:

1.snap the two suction cups provided intothe two holes on the back of the toothbrush holder.

2.hold the suction cup firmly on the wall

Note:

Due lighting affect, monitor'sbrightness/contrast settings etc., there could be some slight differences inthe color tone of the website's photo and actual item.

Homesister The Plastic Toothbrush Holder with a Cute Bear Used i

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