Birkenstock Cork Sealer

Birkenstock Cork Sealer
Birkenstock Cork Sealer
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Cork Sealer by Birkenstock
Extend the life of your Birkenstock products with this handy Cork Sealer that makes them last longer and look better.

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SKU: BRK000M
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