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10"x14" Silver Cakeboard, 6 ct. - 2 mm thick

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10"x14" Silver Cakeboard, 6 ct. - 2 mm thick

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10" x 14" Silver Coated Cakeboard, Count of 6. Very strong, durable and the same time flexible. Thickness: 2 millimeters each cakeboard.

10"x14" Silver Cakeboard, 6 ct. - 2 mm thick

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