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I had a CPU temperature that would always hit over 60C and although it wasnt dangerous it was annoying. I was using the stock CPU fan which is really only whispers air over the cpu.
I used Bengal Roach spray for the first time when I was in school at LSU back in the 80s in apartments I rented that always had roaches. A couple of years ago, I had a problem with fleas that our cat picked up and brought into the house along with spotting a few roaches so I thought about this product again. Problem was, in Kentucky, I could not find it locally so I ordered several 16oz cans for inside along with the concentrate to spray around the outside of the house and it worked like a charm just as I remembered 25 years ago. Simple to use, spray along base boards and the inside of cabinets and any roach you have will be a dead one. You'll see them within hours laying on their backs kicking and then, good night! You won't see anymore roaches, spiders, or other bugs once the initial culprits are put out of their misery. The other thing is, you won't have to use this product very often. I only spray annually, if that often and never see any bugs. Don't compare this stuff to Raid, Hot Shot, or other common brands, they aren't even on the same page. This stuff gives better results than anything a pest control company can offer for a fraction of what they would charge. Plus you don't have to worry about allowing a stranger inside your home to spray.
I picked this up when they were on sale for $11.99 to compare to my Ozark Trail 30 oz Tumblers I got at Wal-Mart for $10.97/each. I immediately found out that the base of this tumbler was a tad bigger than my Ozark Trail tumbler as it didn't fit in my 2013 F150 cupholders as well. The lid on this fits alot better than the Ozark Trail but my biggest rave about this cup is the opening in the lid. I know it has the little oval portion on the mouth piece for a straw to go through, but this is a life saver for drinking water with ice. On my Ozark Trail cup it does not have that and when I am attempting to drink water, the ice in the cup blocks the flow of water so I have to shake the cup around. With the RTIC cup I don't have to do that and it allows more airflow into the cup so you can drink your water faster as well.
I was surprised how well the corn removers worked. I applied them as directed and in two weeks the corn (and skin) fell off with new skin underneath.
The guide is easy to use, answers questions about procedures. Also is very frank about procedures that do not work correctly and the best way to complete or avoid. All programs have 'quirks' ....it is much easier to read about them than to spend a lot of time avoiding them.