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Cullen Wulf deals with some not-so-clean clients.

If you’re like Cullen Wulf, you take great pains to make your jewelry store a clean and pleasant place to be.

But every now and then, a customer seems intent on undoing your hard work.

It happened to Cullen just the other day. He ended up with “fingerprints on stuff I didn’t even know you could fingerprint.”

At least he still made the sale.

In the video below, Cullen re-enacts the scene. Take a look:

Video: When Customers Make a Mess of Your Jewelry Store …

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