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Quite honestly most of the houses pictures looked the same to me. Same aesthetic. It would've been nice to see a small more dozens than white walls, MCM inspired furniture, wood floors, with different neutral decor and a house plant. The photography however, was beautiful.
I really liked the aesthetic and the philosophy. What was lacking was the dozens of ideas within the genre - repeated Eames chairs or the simar vanity pieces in households across the world? Is that realistic? Nice ideas and very European and Japanese, not sure I can apply it in Singapore
I bought a case of 12 cans to coat the underside of my wife’s 13 Grand Caravan and my 04 Escalade. The product went on very well, and left a nice amber coating. The case did both cars with a can left over. Some hints for use on vehicles:1) knock off any loose rust scale. The van didn’t need any other prep, the truck had a wire wheel taken to the frame to clean it a small more.2) wear safety glasses, a respirator, gloves, and clothes you don’t care about. This items doesn’t wash out of clothes, and you definitely don’t wish it in your eyes or lungs.3) multiple light coats with 30 minutes of set up time between is better than one thick coat. It’s easier to hit any missed spots that way.4) likely you’ll obtain some on the exhaust, and it will smoke when it gets hot enough. I allow both cars idle and obtain up to operating temperature for 15 minutes, most of the smoke cleared up by then.Overall, I strongly recommend this items for cars driven in the rust belt. It keeps rust at bay very well.
This items seems to work amazing so far! I've been through 3 vehicle washes with this items on so far and doesn't look like any of it has come off. I only had to use one can for mmt vehicle so I have several years worth of spray! The only down fall is putting out on. Create sure you have a amazing respirator on the items is very toxic
This product goes on thick and stays. I sprayed the bottom of my vehicle along with the inside of the doors, fenders, hatch and hood. I have run the vehicle through several automatic vehicle washes with the chassis bath and the product has remained in tact. I went massive with my app and two cans were enough for my car. I'll probably reassess and reapply after winter.
The cans have a amazing uniform spray pattern and they are useable in almost any position. I used this to prevent rust on a couple vehicles over a Fresh York winter, so far its holding up well, we'll see how it did come spring.
Amazing product, various than what I usually use so I’m interested to see how it will latest after the first massive wash this spring. If it lasts longer than others I’ve used it will be going on all of my vehicles.
This amazing magazine captures the soul of the Maine coast with well-written stories about boats, art, food, history and natural science. It contains a lot of various voices from along the saltwater coast, as well as the state's a lot of lakes and rivers.
A pictorial collection of traditional wooden sail and power boats, including an occasional below-deck view of gorgeous warm wood, by noted nautical photographer Benjamin Mendlowitz, together with commentary by Maynard Bray in a homespun manner that gives life to the boat as he tells of previous owners, where they traveled, the features of this particular craft that would be most appreciated, among other unbelievable insights by this most extraordinary old salt! Each month a fresh visual treat of the show and a trip back in time aboard that same vessel.
I create sure to have this calendar every year. Ben Mendlowitz's style is distinctive. He appreciates fine boats from the perspective of the sailor as well as the photographer's viewpoint. And when I say "fine" boats, I mean those that are fitted to their purpose--not the biggest or the most expensive. An example is his portrait of the sardine carrier Jacob Pike in this year's calendar, rust streaks and all. Or his image of man and dog happily rowing a easy Maine peapod. (Well, the man is doing all the rowing.) This is a publication to cherish--I save each year's edition for future reference.
I've been getting this calendar for several years now, so I am biased as to it's value. Altho I am an avid Sail enthusiast, the calendar as includes wooden power boats (as the title suggests). There is a full page image of a boat at the top of each month. Then the dates are on the bottom half of the two page layout. INCLUDED at the bottom, is a paragraph describing the boat pictured & lists the boats name, dimensions, construction origin & year built. A collectors item (if I didn't have to create notations in it over the year). Absolutely fantastic!
Every year, for the latest . . . well for a very long time, I've purchased the Mendlowitz Wooden Boat Calendar. Each month has a phenomenal Mendlowitz photograph, which would look unbelievable framed all by themselves. I reveal each month's photograph, read the captioning and spend the month looking up from my desk to the beauty of the fine wooden boats on beautiful water. What a relief from the task at hand to be momentarily distracted when you check the date and obtain to take a bit of a daydream sail, especially on those foul days that would drive me into the road to start "methodically knocking people's hats off". A small everyday solace without the work of varnishing the rub rails.
This is a amazing magazine whether you live in Maine or have just visited and are fond of the state. It looks at life along the coastwith a focus on boats but it's not JUST about boating. Food, houses, nature, fine art are all covered--some amazing recipes! The writing is really amazing and kind of timeless. We hold it at our summer put and guests pick up old problems and read them cover to cover--heck, we do too!