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I'm still sad that Derek is gone. I really thought the show wouldn't survive the loss of him but it's managed to remain excellent with all the other strong characters.
This stuff works great as long as you follow all instructions and keep after them. The egg kill is fantastic!!!
It doesn't let me play any match after about a month since I got it. I don't even save my squad edit. Every time I try to play a game it just stop. I want my refund back
This is a replacement for an old lead-battery Toro string-trimmer. I just used the WG160 for the first time. What a delightful surprise. For starters, the WG160 is very light. At times I was using it with one hand. Also, I am 6'3" and the fact that I can adjust the shaft length and head-angle means I can adapt it to my height, making it very comfortable to use. It seems to have a lot of power and did not bog down in the deep, tough weeds. I used it for no more than 20 minutes so I haven't encountered the battery problems that some others have reported. All in all, I am happy with this product so far.
Item came on time and was just as described. Looks pretty good for being a used item! Fast shipping as well :)
I cleaned the engine bay of my 1999 Chevrolet Suburban and followed up with this product. I have to admit that my first impression was "fantastic!" It provided a nice shine and made the whole engine compartment look showroom-new without leaving a silicone film like other detailing sprays. Fast forward a month and I noticed loads of dust all over everything. When I went to wipe it away with my hand I was greeted with a waxy, sticky residue all over it. The whole engine compartment was coated with dirt and dust and when I tried to remove it, it stayed stuck to this product, which in turn was stuck to everything I'd sprayed it on. I tried to wash it away using straight water, but that wasn't cutting it. I had to resort to cleaning the whole engine compartment again to remove it all and get rid of the waxy film. I will say that it was easily cleaned off with a single application of cleaner/degreaser products.