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I didn't notice this was "non-toxic" when I ordered it. I was actually looking for industrial strength degreaser--the kind with a warning picture showing a human hand with flesh falling off. But since this arrived, and I didn't want to hassle with a return/replacement, I decided to use it. It works pretty well on most non-settled grease. But if the grease is old and "glue like", you are going to have to put a lot of scrubbing to get it off with this stuff.
Due to the texture that the factory emblem has the sticker does not adhere well. IT's not the fault of the sticker really as the factory emblem has a raised texture that causes it to have very little surface to adhere to. Worked well during the warm weather but as soon as the nights started getting cold it started coming loose. Now I have to keep re-sticking it every morning.
I purchased this product at the recommendation of my dentist as a treatment for gingivitis. He said most mouthwashes on the market are alcohol based antiseptics, but this product is an anti-bacterial. So I continued to floss twice and brush three times per day, using this mouth rinse each time I brushed. After six months my dental gum pockets were deeper than before, and I was also having pain when I brushed. Two months ago I switched to Cepacol from CVS which is also an anti-bacterial, and is also lower priced. Since then, my teeth seem to not be as painful as they used to be. I don't know if it's because of the Cepacol, or maybe it's related to the nasal saline irrigation that I've been doing for the past few weeks to combat a chronic sinus infection. Time will tell I suppose.
After two years, my Navien "A" model quit completely due to a design flaw. The company replaced it with a new model, but I'm out of pocket on additional labor costs to the tune of a thousand bucks. Also, I had spent extra for the recirculation model, only to find out it doesn't work in big houses. Navien produces an inferior product and its service back-up is bad. Only one company in our region installs and services Navien. They told me they are seriously considering dropping Navien due to its many problems and consequent repeat service calls.
I bought them as a gift for my brother and I know he thought I spent double what I truly paid. It was a great deal. You figure 5 pans, 5 lids, for $10 a set, that's fantastic and it's T- Fal, which is a decent brand name so it's well worth it. It comes in a huge box. I was impressed and my brother was thrilled.
The stroller clearly prints along the side of it "Made In Italy" (with the HUGE price tag to match), but then when you look on the tag in the back, it says Made In China. I emailed the company regarding this discrepancy, and this is what actually transpired: