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Glass pipette, 2 fl. oz

Home Glass pipette, 2 fl. oz
Glass pipette, 2 fl. oz
If this is your first time trying out our new 2oz Pump Top packaging, and you think you might prefer the traditional glass pipette for dosing, for a $0.50 charge we will include one with your order. You may unscrew the pump-top cap from your bottle and replace it with the glass pipette.
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Glass pipette, 2 fl. oz
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