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I bought this last month and have used it 3 times. I have a LOT of ceramic tile and there were several reasons that I wanted to try this floor cleaner:
$227 and these floor mats are flimsy, poorly cut, don't fit, and could be better replaced by any cheap KMart version. Very disappointed!! Not at all like the sturdy one they show on TV. And SLIPPERY when wet. I made a huge mistake!!
After reading the reviews on Amazon I decided to give Sebamed a try. (I bought it though at Costco during a roadshow to get a better price.) After using this cream for about three weeks my complexion has evened out. I used to deal with some redness. That's gone now. Also, the minor wrinkles that have been developing - I'm 37 - have almost disappeared. Best yet, when I went to the grocer's yesterday to pick up a few things with only lipstick on, no powder, foundations, anything, the checkout clerk asked for ID and was amazed at my true age. Miracle stuff!!!
I love my new A-Audio Matte black! The feel, sound quality and overall: Luxury headphones... They look great, sound great.. Very happy, would recommend.... A+
I am a beginner. Me and husband just started a business and thought this looked user friendly after reading some reviews. Its truly not. I can not create specific invoices at all. And our company demands that. Also, we got the payroll thinking we may save some money....... you can not pay the "Owner" with this. Great that's all we have is us and we cant pay ourselves with it. Wish I would have known I could return it before 30 days. I did not. There goes 317.00 down the drain.
I can not get enough of books written by Scott Pratt. I have now read 7 Joe Dillard's books and now this one. It's hard to put these books down. You want to read them in one gulp! Thank you Scott for writing these GREAT BOOKS!
I love the Missing Manual series in general for getting dialed up on a program. I generally take a look at the front portion that tells me why I ought to use a program so I have an idea of what it's supposed to be capable of, then I try to pick out portions that aren't self-explanatory (for example, functions) to get an idea of how the program operates. Especially with Kindle versions, they are pretty good about cross-referencing concepts so you can tap the hyperlink and bounce to the page that introduces it.