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I really wanted to like this book.I gave up on it after the after the sex scene in the tub of medical gel. Was it a fantasy? A telepathic manipulation? A rape? It was just godawful.
Thanks to the EPA, there are far more navigable waters in the US than you can imagine. Having read this might be your only chance of survival when a supertanker is heading upstream in what you thought was a drainage ditch.
Yeah - I thought I's like this more than I did. I'm not loving the strawberry mint experience. However, the soap is nice to use as it's the typical high quality you get from Olay. The bar is small. I like that it has a deep curve in the shape as it keeps it from sitting in water and getting yucky. It's "ok". In another fragrance, I would give it at least one more star. Maybe two.
They fit perfectly, sure, but they are also small. I suspect the reason they are so small is due to Ford's recessed floor design in front of the seat. The mats terminate a significant distance from the seat rails, leaving a lot of room for the carpet to get wet. Also, the pair of grommets at the seat end both leak. So, when I went to remove the mat on the drivers side this morning to wash it off, my carpet was quite wet under the left grommet, and moderately so under the right. Called Weathertech customer service this morning (it's great that they staff the phones on a Sunday, Kudos to them), and the gentleman agreed that the grommets are not weather tight, but there is a "beveled" design immediately around them to mitigate water. Trouble is, the customer needs to make sure that the snow and water they bring into the car on their feet does not cross into this zone (good luck with that). Weather Tech does not have a suggestion for how to seal this grommet, it's up to the customer to figure that one out. So I'm faced with just returning the $199 mat set, or figuring out what to do for proper sealing of the grommets. One other not so good thing is where the left foot rests, there is still quite a bit of the floor exposed to a wet slushy shoe, Weathertech sure could have extended the mat up higher to cover this. If you look at the pictures on Amazon, you can see the issue. I'm going to try something innovative to seal the grommets before I consider returning. I will also have to retrofit a "carpet runner" material around the seat side of the mat to get more coverage (lap over the Weathertech mat, as well as a section of this runner at the L foot rest area. Seems like a substantial amount of work on my part for a very expensive set of mats. In the mean time, I'll try a few things and add some comments and pictures. I suggest others shop around, and call the manufacturer of your possible mat choice about potential for leakage, and adequate coverage vs. "the competition".
The company needs to stop saying this product works because it doesn't I used like they said I even started walking every day, I lost weight but still can't get rid of my belly fat, don't waste your time or money on this product it didn't work for me.
Worked great to get rid of and kill bugs on contact even days/weeks after spraying. This worked on basically every crawling bug that was entering the small crack from my patio door to my living room after getting new doors installed. This also worked on bed bugs, unfortunately I got them after I volunteered at a shelter...I didn't know anything about bed bugs till then and this plus DE got rid of them all in about 3 months.