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I wanted something harder than rubbery silicone caulk for my bathtub surround and between the tub and floor. An article that I found on the web recommended silicone-free acrylic latex caulk and mentioned Polyseamseal Tub & Tile Caulk as an example. So far so good, after a month or so, although at first--following the 24-hour curing time--a few little surface bits came off when wiping down the caulk after a shower. I suspect this was due to poor application technique--e.g., not smoothing out the caulk soon enough with a wet finger after applying. Giving the surface a thorough cleaning before caulking is also a must to ensure a good seal. Use a cleanser first, then wipe down with denatured alcohol. Don't use rubbing alcohol! All told, it looks great, no more bits, and it seems to have cured even harder over the week following application.
Easy setup, very quiet and runs smooth. The only thing I don't get is why is there a water mark at the bottom right side of the screen that reads "Activate Windows Go to Settings to activate Windows." I went to settings and looked on the bottom of the page now it says " The product key used on this PC didn't work with this edition of Windows. You might need to get in touch with the store or company you bought Windows from, enter a different product key, or go to the Store to buy genuine Windows. Error Code: 0xC004C003" So you buy a $1000 desktop and think everything is good then you don't even get the full version of windows. I am not paying $119 more dollars to have something that should already be active on my computer. This should be fixed like asap.
This is a pretty good program just wish it had values from Red Book, Dealer Book and not really sure how to update the coin values. Other wise it is good for basic inventory and basic pricing.
I have an old Buick Century that I use as a local runabout, and to run to the train station and back each day (3 miles each way). I noticed the early signs of a bad head-gasket at about 195,000 miles (heat dependant on engine speed, temperature erratic). Then it started to overheat. I caught it before doing any serious damage and brought it to my mechanics (where I originally purchased it with about 160K on it). This has been a great, and loyal car. It filled my needs when I needed cheap wheels, and it makes a great station car now, but for what a 99 Century with almost 200K is worth, it didn't make sense to do a head job on it. They quoted me $1900 for a used engine installed, but that was also crazy, as the transmission could kick the bucket a week after replacing the engine.