ColoradoGardener
  • Review count
    4
  • Helpfulness votes
    1
  • Average rating
    4.5
    4.5 out of 5
  • First Review:
    June 1, 2016
  • Last Review:
    October 31, 2018
 
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      • Review count
        4
      • Helpfulness votes
        1
      • Average rating
        4.5
        4.5 out of 5
      • First Review:
        June 1, 2016
      • Last Review:
        October 31, 2018
       
      Questions & Answers
      • Question count
        0
         
        • Answer count
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          ColoradoGardener's Reviews
           
          The Garden Stone Outdoor Clock by FirsTime is sure to be an eye-catching piece that goes well with any outdoor space. The clock features a faux slate finish in attractive neutral colors. Not only does it tell time, but it also includes a thermometer and hygrometer.
           
          Age Range:55 to 64
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          Gender:Female
          Home Improvement Profile:DIYer
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          My mother had her outside porch refreshed with a stone façade and this clock looks perfect with i...
          PostedOctober 31, 2018
          Overall rating 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          My mother had her outside porch refreshed with a stone façade and this clock looks perfect with it. She has an older Victorian home and the clock face has a vintage look that fits the period of the house.
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          Stylishly display foods with Spectrum’s Yumi 2-Tier Server. Two open wire bowls allow you to store and serve fruit, vegetables, breads, pastries and coffee pods in one convenient place. The simple design will add a sophisticated touch to any counter or tabletop. Made of sturdy steel, this fruit server is designed to hold an assortment of fruits and healthy snacks for quick and easy access.
           
          Age Range:55 to 64
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          Gender:Female
          Home Improvement Profile:DIYer
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          I would have given it a 5 but one of the three feet was missing the rubber (or plastic) end tip, ...
          PostedFebruary 21, 2017
          Overall rating 
          4.0 out of 5
          4.0 out of 5
          I would have given it a 5 but one of the three feet was missing the rubber (or plastic) end tip, and I'm a little worried it will scratch my counters. I'll have to devise some sort of covering to ensure I don't scratch my countertop.
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          The SBDT is your first line of defense against under sink cabinet damage from minor leaks. The unique design not only protects the bottom of your cabinet by holding water the tray actually funnels excessive water to the front of your cabinet and out onto the floor alerting you of the leak. The series is available in three sizes designed for installation in 30", 36" or 40" sink base cabinet construction They are easy clean up and resistant to most household chemicals.
           
          Age Range:55 to 64
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          Gender:Female
          Home Improvement Profile:DIYer
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          Excellent product. It fit nicely in our 36" base cabinet, I only needed to notch the two sides at...
          PostedFebruary 7, 2017
          Overall rating 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          Excellent product. It fit nicely in our 36" base cabinet, I only needed to notch the two sides at the very front, which could be accomplished with scissors. One of the reasons I purchased this is because if there is a small leak (drip), the tray directs water to the front where you will notice it quickly. I had a very slow drip that went unnoticed for a while because all the moisture was at the back of the cabinet and not apparent from the front. This product solved that issue if a leak should ever happen again.
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          Earthwise TC70001 Tiller Cultivator is the clean air choice. Zero emission tool, durable tines and compact profile, the Earthwise Tiller is perfect for new gardens, tilling in narrow rows and raised beds or along fences. 11 in. cutting wide and a tilling depth of 8.5 in. with 4 steel tines. No gas, no fumes. Earthwise is the Clean Air Choice!
           
          from Centennial CO
          Age Range:55 to 64
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          Gender:Female
          Home Improvement Profile:DIYer
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          Good tiller for the price
          PostedJune 1, 2016
          Overall rating 
          4.0 out of 5
          4.0 out of 5
          I have had a Mantis for years, but always had trouble getting it to start. I decided to replace with a corded tiller. Although I would prefer not to be connected to an electrical outlet to till my small garden, I can start the tiller without issue. It's also quieter than the 2 cycle engine on a gas-powered tiller. I would prefer it to be a little lighter in weight, but it's likely that a lighter machine might be less powerful.
          Pros: Easy to Use
          Cons: Too Heavy
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          The SBDT is your first line of defense against under sink cabinet damage from minor leaks. The unique design not only protects the bottom of your cabinet by holding water the tray actually funnels excessive water to the front of your cabinet and out onto the floor alerting you of the leak. The series is available in three sizes designed for installation in 30", 36" or 40" sink base cabinet construction They are easy clean up and resistant to most household chemicals.
           

          Kitchen Sink Base Drip Tray

          Asked by
          mom1
          Denver, CO
          October 17, 2016
          We just installed new kitchen cabinets and I'm a little confused about these mat measurements. If I have a 36" sink base, do I need the medium, or the large sink base drip tray?
          Asked by
          ColoradoGardener
          February 7, 2017
          Answer: 
          I bought the medium for my 36" sink base and it fit perfectly. All I had to do was notch the sides at the very front of the tray, which can be accomplished with a good sturdy pair of scissors.