Dec 12, 2007
North Canton, OH, US
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I think they're lovely. Unfortunately they tend to be a bit fragile. I have one of the bowls they used to sell, you should see it in the light.... it just illuminates!
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Actually I wrote 3 and lost 2 of them.
I've written two replies and lost them both! Argh!
A sunny room really does matter according to all my research of any air conditioners.
Trees help a great deal to shade and keep a home cooler.
That was a common recommendation.
I think it does sit outside. Look at the photos at the manufacturer's website.
I wonder if a woman can actually push it around on the rollers.
Did you check out the specifications? Very heavy a/c's.
10,200 btu's would not cool a portable classroom as claimed. I'm a retired teacher who taught about 5 years in such a classroom. 15-30 bodies create much heat.
Portable a/c's must be level due to proper drainage and the little tank. Will this require a concrete surface due to its weight? If the excess water is drained, how would this be done? Or is it collected and blown out of an exhaust as a fine mist?
I wonder about this humidity issue.
I cannot tell from the photos nor explanations.
Also, is the hose insulated? If not, the a/c has to work harder to cool a warm hose.
Closets hold a lot of humidity and heat. They should be kept closed esp. for such a low btu a/c.
I'm sorry that I'm being so critical of this attempt at an eco-friendly a/c.
BTW: The solar plates cost extra.
I'm really laughing but I shouldn't as this is an earnest attempt to help all of us.
I'd buy one for power outages which I fear.
I'd buy one especially for places with warm climates in the summer and cold ones during the winter. One is sure to be cool or warm if the room is area to be heated or cooled is small enough for 10,200 btu's to be efficient.
Still, the cost might be out of my income range.
Did you find a price?
Thanks for sharing...
Sorry but I've been laughing on and off at what I wrote.
Oh, oh, i can see where it might be important for a community to have these as emergency sources of a/c after a hurricane, etc. These could be kept in the hurricane shelters as often there is no power after a hurricane.
Here is a link to a blog that maps out which nail polish brands are doing their part, and explains exactly what each brand is doing to help improve their formula's impact on health and the environment. There actually some water-based brands out there that I'm hoping to try soon and report on for everyone. Hope this info is helpful!
And thank you for the message ;)
it feels a bit strange the first time,
just take your time and relax :)
I assure you that this is a great product!
Yes, it is Susan Seddon Boulet,
I love her too, her`s art is soo beautiful =)
Hello, thank you for the kind words. Although most nail polishes have toxic chemicals in them, a lot of major brands like OPI and China Glaze have removed DBP, Formaldehyde, and Toulene from their lines in an effort to transition to safer, less toxic, more environmentally friendly products. For this reason, I give these brands credit for being environmentally friendly. They are making the effort, and are continuing to make changes.
I love your recommendations! Eco-friendly and very cool!!!
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