Couperose - Ooreka - Guide pratique sur la couperose, aussi appelée l'acné rosacée : symptômes, traitements (laser, crème, homéopathie, etc) : tout sur Ooreka.fr
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Very quiet compared to other generators, my husband still thought it was too loud but I reassured him this is quieter than others believe me, it could be a lot louder. Did the trick, the Blizzard of 2013 hit us hard and we lost power as we do in mostly all storms. Was so glad to have this available to us. We plugged in the fridge, TV, DVD player (cable was out) and we needed something for our 2.5 year old. 1 Light, and a floor heater. We could also plug in a few more items but that was all we needed. The only thing we need to invest in now is a bigger generator for our heat.
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As usual Intuit wants too much control. It takes too much of my precious time to correct issues. One big issue is the new 90 day security password requirement. If you install this product, and you get a pop up that says, "There are new updates, do you want to install them now?" do not install. There is a major issue. You must enter a new password, that must be changed every 90 days. Then what happens after you enter the information, the same screen comes up saying you must enter a new password etc, you cannot get into the program or past this point. Google it! After two days of frustration and seeking answers, seeing comments by consumers that there was no fix, I uninstalled the reinstalled and when, "There are new updates, do you want to install them now?" I hit "NO".
We had roaches in our kitchen for months after I sprayed for mosquitoes outside last year; they were smart enough to run... inside! We tried everything to avoid using chemicals; cleaning thoroughly and wiping down counters/sink every night and covering drains to prevent them from getting water... to no avail. It got to the point where when I turned on the light in the evening I would dread seeing those little ******** scatter and I would kill 5-10 per night. Finally had time to remove all food and food prep materials - moved to the garage and bug bombed. Did it twice in a 12-hour period to get any runners. Found to my dismay that this just made them run and lay eggs. After reading on the internet (why didn't I do this first?) I found that roaches are pretty good at hiding from/surviving bug bombs and that combat was the stuff to try. I bought one tube, applied it as directed and anywhere I suspected roaches, and on day 2/3 I saw only 1 roach. Today's day 4, and I see none, which is consistent with what others said; 3 days to a week before they're pretty much all dead. If only I had heard about this stuff sooner I could've saved myself from a gross headache and lots of cleaning.