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Good jacket, I find that these jacket's ride a little on the short size for torso length. The medium is too big but the length is good, the short fits quite well but rides slightly high on the waist. Being about 5"11 155 lbs makes me around average so I figure they could size these a bit better for an outdoor "activity" jacket, but all around worth the money. . . . .
I'm happy with the purchase. It looks good and it's convenient for automatic car washes. Lost a little reception, but I don't listen to the fm much at all these days. Vehicles equipped with Bluetooth and apps like pandora put an end to fm radio and cd for me. So.. you will definitely lose reception if you aren't somewhat close to the stations or in an open area. I gave 4 stars instead of 5 because after all its an antenna
I LIKED THE PRODUCT BECAUSE OF ITS COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF TAX LAW FOR MYSELF AND OTHERS..cONGRESS THREW THEM A CURVE BALL BECAUSE OF LATE PASSAGE OF TAX LAWS IN THE LATTER PART OF December 2012..
These bars look nearly identical to the mopar brand. Installation didn't take too long (~40 mins), but the instructions are a bit unclear. Here are some tips from my installation (disclaimer - use at your own risk):
I really love this product as it suctions everything out. However, after using it for about 6 months, somehow water got in the tube. The water dried up black... which makes me think it is biological growth. I am scared to use it now. I want to order another one but worried if this happens again, i would have to keep buying a new one.
I have been using this product every few months for about 5 years. I can only speak to its performance on 65 year old hardwoods that really need to be refinished (virtually no clear coat was left and high traffic areas had almost no stain left.) I could neither afford to refinish properly, nor did I have the time to be out of my house while the dust is flying. I used Old English Scratch Cover to put color back into the wood. (Seriously, I just mixed together their light and dark colors and it matches my 1940's wood pretty darn well- I have the same color floors you often see in the 80s on hardwoods: an orangey, brownish, medium color). I let that dry for about 30 minutes and then I put LIGHT COATS of this Quick Shine on- on my hands and knees, a few feet at a time- with a common kitchen sponge. Usually just 2 coats will do the trick. I think a lot of reviewers are putting on a thick coat and that would make it gummy- also that is likely why it says to do multiple coats. Its like nail polish, you cant cake on a thick coat and expect a nice finish! After it dries in like an hour, recoat. Seriously, 2 thin coats make it look like it has a fresh coat of poly on the floor. Absolutely amazing. I have done this about 8 times over the last 3 years (usually just touching up the high traffic areas, but whole room applications about once a year), no hazing, no problems other than what other reviewers said about water leaving white spots. That is true, if you leave any sitting fluid it does leave a white spot. Light sand paper, and a recoat and it looks OK but not great. I would NOT use it in a kitchen, and have never used it on tile. And note that I barely ever wet mop. A damp mop every 6 months, and spot clean the dogs muddy paw prints, dripped coffee, etc. Gross, I know, but I do sweep the floors constantly! :)
This collector map arrived very quickly and I am very happy with it. It is larger than what I thought and my 7 year old son and I started adding in our quarters immediately. It opens in thirds and includes a map and the right hand side has spaces to add in the other mint location for duplicate states. The quarter spaces on the map have little notches so small hands can get the quarter back out if necessary. Overall, this is great fun for adult and kids alike to learn about states, national parks, and enjoy coin collecting.