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  • acrabtreegirl - Hard work, lots of attention to detail, but worth it!

    We just finished the main part of our 1979 laminate kitchen countertops in Desert Sand and are thoroughly pleased with the results. Before buying this product, we read all the reviews, and I even printed Heather's excellent review and kept it handy during the project. She is exactly correct in that you MUST follow the directions to the letter and be extremely meticulous. We watched the video several times, and kept it handy to watch in between steps. As long as you take extra time and care to prep, follow the directions, and don't take shortcuts, you'll be fine. And yes, you do need two people for this project.

  • Steven Angel - It pretty much works as stated

    It pretty much works as stated. My only real issue was that after half completing, I was already bleeding from four separate places. It's very easy to slice yourself when using it.

  • garythegrim - Not the best of The Best American Short Stories series

    Having spent a great deal time in airport bookstores over a twenty year period, I became a fan of The Best American Short Stories series. I haven't done much flying in the past five years and moved away from my need to have a book in my possession that I could put down easily without feeling that I was missing something. Recently, I seized the opportunity to download and read this, the 2013 edition. Perhaps it's sign of the times, but beginning with Heidi Pitlor using the Foreword as a platform to put her personal anxieties about gun violence on display through nineteen of the twenty selections, the reader is treated to dismal stories about flawed individuals and their less-than-uplifting experiences that left me frankly depressed. The sole exception to the other dreary tales was "The World to Come" by Jim Shepard which, though fitting the pattern of the rest of the book, was rich in old words which were new to me and carefully crafted. I have purchased The Best American Short Stories 2012 and hope for something better than what was provided for 2013.