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Bonsai Training Wire 1.5 mm Aluminum Training Wire


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Bonsai Training Wire 1.5 mm Aluminum Training Wire
Brown anodized aluminum training wire. 100 gram, 5" coil.
1.5mm diameter, approximately 68'

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