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REUSABLE SOFT SILICONE POPSICLE MOLDS SET~ WHAT A GREAT FOR DAILY USE AND ENJOY PARTY!

*FEATURE

The Size of Popsicle is Suitable - not big or small, just right!

Make More at Once - can be easily and neatly stacked in the refrigerator to save space. Enjoy it in any time!

So Easy to Remove - soft silicone helps you release them easily!

Molds with Lid - which great helps keep the freezer smell out of the popsicle !

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Durable and Healthy - Popsicle mold are made of soft food-grade silicone, which will not crack after freezing!

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1 *Ice Popsicles Mold with Lid

2 * Ice Pop Mold

1 * Retractable Silicone Funnel

1 * Cleaning Brush

100 *Popsicle Bag

100 *Popsicle Stick

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