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I love this tool! Spray cans made super easy... it fits onto any spray can in one simple snap - and voila, you're now a power sprayer. Whatever job you have that involves a spray can, this tool is for you!
I had to get a key combo made at the dealership and paid almost $300 dollars for 1. I got 2 combos from you guys and had a locksmith program them and paid less than $150 for both!! and they work great!!
*** This review is based on my experience with the laptop itself and not the seller. I purchased this from Best Buy ***
I started using it because it was the one shampoo that doesn't make my 25 year old daughter's head itch. It also doesn't have the ingredients we should stay away from. Healthy hair, healthy scalp. A little goes a long way.
Bars arrived a week earlier than promised I read the Edmunds review of installing OEM roof bars and these install identically. I put them on my 2013 Honda CRV. Here are the steps:
My son gave these to his sister for Christmas. She loves the fit and color. Can't go wrong with this Nike
We are purchasing our second Cooper Cooler. The last one we basically just wore out with heavy use over a few years. The need to add ice (a minor inconvenience) is better than waiting 30 minutes for a chilled glass of wine at the end of the day. We were given one of the Waring chillers that is a self-refrigerated type and it takes a long time to chill (although it is fine to keep wine at temperature near the dining table). But for a cold beer quickly, or to chill wine in 6 minutes (it really does!) this is the best and quickest. When we got our first Cooper Cooler, we were afraid we would "blow up" carbonated beverages with the spinner. No problem, spinning seems to work fine with no fizzy consequences. Even works for champagne if the bottle is small enough. Some are a little big.