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Product description

Size:6cm  |  Color:SHOWER

Personalised
Most of our products can be personalised, please message us with your requirements
Description
SMALL DOOR SIGN
Metal Plaque can be secured in a variety of places.
Our door signs are made from Aluminum-plastic board 3mm thick
high quality Vinyl
Door sign dimensions are 16cm x 6cm
These products can be fixed to any surface with double sided tape (not supplied).
We can cut our Aluminum-plastic board to any size you require please message if you would like a different size.

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