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  • Joanna Frederick

    Put coupons in this pouch and leave in your car because you don't use coupons in your house! Translucent Vinyl & Mesh Travel Dopp Kit allows convenient visibility of your toiletries when traveling, a wonderful benefit when passing through security checkpoints. The Pouch is great for storing toiletries, cosmetics, paper, receipts, pens and pencils. Both are leak-resistant to contain spills.

  • Sandra Wheeler - For Peace of Mind, LLC

    If you have gift cards, gift certificates or coupons for stores that you frequent, keep them in a clear vinyl pouch either in your car or your handbag. Then they are always convenient when you need them.

  • macydawn

    Wishing for these to organize my projects in. Zippered Vinyl & Mesh Pouches $2.99-3.99

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