Community Pharmacy in Portage, Michigan - Westlake Drug - Your local Westlake Drug's community pharmacy in Portage, Michigan, offering prescriptions refills and personal service.
Country: 188.8.131.52, North America, US
City: -87.8671 Illinois, United States
Wet&Forget isn't perfect. If you want that bright pressure-washed look, white-white concrete and bright terracotta-colored tile, get it (whatever "it" is) pressure washed, as Wet&Forget won't give you that look. If you want it looking good this afternoon, pressure-wash it, as Wet&Forget does not work fast. If you are patient and need "it" -- driveway, sidewalk, roof, deck -- to look better, to have safe footing, to stop algae build-up -- then Wet&Forget is a good choice. I include these caveats because some reviews seem to knock it down for failing to do more than it claims.
When you download this software Intuit puts a "Data Protect" icon on the bottom of the screen. You cannot remove this icon. I wish there was other software because I would ditch QuickBooks in a second due to their practices.
For the umpteenth time, I was very, very disappointed. The changes to the Family Tree Maker product are very bad. The subscription to Ancestor.com was unwanted. I will be looking for another venue for my Geneolgy chart.
Going to have to give this one a low mark. I just purchased, downloaded and installed the product and the 1st problem I ran into when the software is first started I get the following message. "Quicken WillMaker Plus 2015 is no longer being updated." ????
It seems that most of these unlocked international version phones are unlocked by the sellers themselves, who break the phone's box seal, open the box, and unlock the phones themselves (note that Samsung says "do not accept if seal is broken"). Hence, technically, most of these unlocked international version phones are not really new. I bought a lot of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge phones from Amazon, and most (not all) had the seal broken.
I served and lived aboard two US Navy warships in the previous century. We used Nevr-Dull extensively on all of the brightwork (primarily brass) in our spaces and weatherdecks. Especially before inspections or visits by dignitaries.
I bought our Hoover 4 years ago. We use it daily to clean mostly bare floors--laminate and tile--but also clean area carpets and small sections of pile carpet with it. We had to have it repaired once (the good news is, it CAN be repaired) but otherwise, it has been consistently reliable. We vacuum kitty litter daily, plus cat hair. Contrary to one review, we have no problem with the brush collecting stuff; we do use the brush setting frequently though and I'm guessing it is self-cleaning. It is easy to empty the canister, easy to tell when the battery is running low, and easy to use. Do clean the filter at the top of the canister often (weekly?). The smaller head makes it much easier to negotiate around table legs and corners than a large vacuum.