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Good buyer, prompt payment, valued customer, highly recommended.
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smooth transaction
Reviews (29)
BedRug BMH17RBS Classic Bed Mat for 2017-2019 Honda Ridgeline 5.3' Bed
Nov 21, 2020
Better Than I Thought At First
My first reaction: "This is it?" So light! But (so far... not that long...) it works as advertised. I like it. Buy some extra adhesion promoter packets. (I was forewarned and, so, forearmed.) Scuff up the places where it's going to be stuck with some coarse steel wool. Blow it all out. Use plenty of isopropyl alcohol and a lint-free towel before applying the promoter. The cross-hatch pattern of the bed chew up the little, flimsy sponges of the adhesive promoter. you'll need, probably, twice as much. Just drove for miles on the freeway (without the furniture I delivered that slid nicely into the bed), and the pieces of bedrug didn't budge. Looks great.
Commercial Electric 48 ft. Clear Incandescent Rope Light Kit
Jan 06, 2020
Works As Advertised
I've had it running nightly for a few weeks now. No problem, no individual lights out, and I don't expect any. Great value (open box...)
9" Shinto Saw Rasp
Jan 20, 2018
Grate Rasp (punny, no?) but don't apply lateral pressure
This thing worked great until I put too much pressure on it sideways. Then it "collapsed" like a straw basket where it's all tied together by some few rivets holding the whole contraption together. My fault, I didn't understand that all those "saw blades" are not welded or attached to each other at every contact point, but only "bundled together" at the ends and by those long rivets you see running through from side to side. So: Up-Down, not Sidie-Side. I'll probably buy another...