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Durable and Works with All Dishwasher -- Our double sided Dirty Clean Dishwasher Magnet is made of PP flim and soft rubber magnet, flexible and reversible, simple to use. Stick to the dishwasher easily without slipping. Non-scratch. Also comes with bonus adhesive metal plate for any non magnetic dish washer
Bigger amp; Better Funny Design: Orignal pattern design, at 3.15" circle, our new, big magnets are bigger, bolder, and more fun
Exactly What You Need -- Enjoy peace of mind, our large dirty clean dishwasher magnet signs look great and are made to last! Makes a great home gift, use them as kitchen accessories or for laundry room signs.
Convenient for Life -- Use the dishwasher magnets clean dirty you don't have to worry about whether the dishwasher supports magnets. With Bonus Metal Magnetic Plate, Suitable for All Dishwasher, instantly tells you the dishwasher is clean or dirty.
Quality Assurance -- If any quality problem, just contact us, we will refund you or send new replacement in 12 hours.
Clean Dirty Dishwasher Magnet - Non-Scratch Magnetic Signage Indicator for Kitchen Dishes
Do you have to constantly remind your loved ones whether or not the dishes are clean or dirty?Now there is no more guessing with our premium dishwasher magnet.
Discover a kitchen tool that was designed to look gorgeous on any modern dishwasher and make your life easier by letting you always know whether the dishes are dirty or clean.
Our double sided Clean Dirty Dishwasher Magnet uses the strongest magnets available. Also comes with bonus adhesive metal plate for any non magnetic dish washer. Exclusive universal design
Powerful Magnet For Your Dishwasher - Works on All Dishwashers
Strong Double Sided Magnet: No peeling, creasing, scratching or residue.
Features high gloss finish label. Thick, flexible and water resistant. Perfect and large 3.15 inch round size with soft rounded corners.
Highly durable and well made.
Gorgeous Looking - Creative Kitchen Decor
Dishwasher Magnets will eliminate the guessing.
Simply stick your double sided magnet to any dishwasher and your friends and family will know whether the dishes are clean or dirty! Large enough for easy reading and also look super cute in any home!
Strong Double Sided Magnet, Make things Easy
Easy to see and read from across the kitchen. Now the whole house knows if the dishes are clean or dirty. Looks great in your home kitchen.
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