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  • The Traveler - An enjoyable read,

    In this book a woman who at one point in her past had contact with a deceased serial killer becomes terrified when it becomes apparent someone is seeking revenge for the death of the killer. She is assisted by another man who at one point had dated one of the previous victims. Romantic suspense, well written dialogue.

  • Dog Lover - If they ever go out a business I will buy a storage unit to hold everyone last one!

    It works at getting rid of the smell of cat urine. I have tried many others options including but not limited to: Nature's Miracle; Febreze; Baking Soda and Vinegar; Bissell PetFormula; anything in PetSmart. I found out about urineOff when I got a dog. I works great on dog urine too. It takes the scent out. I can understand that some may not like the smell. I don't like it either. After I treat my carpet I shampoo once it has dried. Urine scent and stain gone and the product scent is going too.

  • Maven Haven - Sometimes it works, sometimes not, but it always leaves an odor like a cat box!

    I had old stains, new stains on one room. I finally discovered my cats were using it. I removed the carpet and used this to soaking. I then left it on and carpet shampooed it off with hot water. The carpet had removed the stains but also spread them around (black light). The odor of cat box was overwhelming. I bought Zorb to remove the carpet odor which it did and the rest of the stains. Don't use this product, get Natures Miracle.

  • Bog Flynn - Beware: No 3D export

    I purchased this after about an hours worth of comparisons with different similar products. I should have done two hours of research. The most glaring mistake I made was assuming that the DXF export was 3D! DXF export was in the features list, so I assumed 3D. Nope! I thought by now, this would be a rather basic feature. I had that with 'Floorplan Deluxe 11' many years ago! It does export to DXF, but only in 2D. To get that capability, you have to purchase the full blown Chief Architect, not even the 'lite' Chief Architect, which is over $1000 ($1,995 to be exact). It is a good product otherwise, if you want to stay completely within the program. I do like the build doors, windows, roof, foundation features a lot. I like to model further in Blender and other modeling software, so I am stuck with my model remaining inside this software. Also, if you want to create a patio or pool deck that realistically is a slab or elevated with a stem, you will have to pass on this version and get the Architectural version (I believe, but check the matrix on their website). I tried all sorts of ways like creating a room where the deck was going to be, so the automatic foundation would be built. Then I would delete the room so I would have stemwall and footers. This would work, except pools can only be created directly out of the terrain, so you have to make the terrain flat to level of top of foundation. I got it to work after much trial and error, but doesn't quite look right. I'd though I would solve that in Blender. Sadly no. I have now purchased Turbofloorplan 16 Pro, as it is the version before the CAD engine was switched to 'Punch'. That version uses the CadSoft engine, which is the home user version of Envisioneer. UPDATE: After using TurboFlooPlan 16, I rebuilt the house in about the same amount of time as Home Designer 2015. That $29 software is what I should purchased in the first place. It is the Pro version, so there doesn't seem to be any limits. You can create actual 'slabs' and put pools in them, and most of all - I can export whole model in 3D!