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PostTue Dec 19, 2023 4:12 pm 
Those boot dryers are great! We use ours all year round. Super helpful when you've got multiple people with wet gear. We use them for shoes, boots, gloves, etc. Great for airing out other shoes during the summer to keep them from getting so stinky and clammy (my daughter rides horses a couple times a week, and her boots used to get so sweaty they were still wet a few days later when she went to put them on again.) Ours also has an attachment for ski helmets, but we don't use that one. We've used it for mittens, though, I believe.

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PostTue Jan 02, 2024 4:34 pm 
Malachai Constant wrote:
Costco now has landjeager at The Costco in Issaquah. Not quite as good as the Bavarian Meats product but cheap. $11 for 16 individually wrapped 1.5 oz sticks. Looks more like a Slim Jim.
Bavarian Meats Lilí Landjaeger were $4.00 off the regular price today at the Silverdale Costco.

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PostTue Feb 13, 2024 6:25 pm 
The Trek N' Clean entry mats are a pretty good deal at Costco. Around $10 vs. $50 on Amazon. So far doing a great job of keeping the dirt out, very comfy, and look pretty good to boot. https://www.amazon.com/Trek-Clean-Microfiber-High-Traction-Outdoor/dp/B08HXRHBXY

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PostTue Feb 13, 2024 8:22 pm 
I saw those and passed. Cheap and flimsy. Might be OK for some but wouldn't stand up to the abuse around here. Wish they still had the heavy duty 3'x'5' ones. We have two that have lasted for years and are just now starting to wear out. They were half of what Amazon wants. like these

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PostThu Feb 15, 2024 7:50 pm 
Well, we wanted something that was softer and more presentable for the inside. I don't think we'll have any longevity issues and from talking to someone who has owned them for a while they only have good things to say. That said, I noticed they have a more industrial looking entry mat on sale right now. Maybe it's more your style.

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PostFri Feb 16, 2024 1:27 pm 
Thanks. Will check 'em out next visit.

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PostFri Feb 16, 2024 3:29 pm 
Tom wrote:
...they have a more industrial looking entry mat on sale right now.
I have a couple of those that I've had for several years and like them a lot. They're heavy enough and firm enough that wind doesn't move them around or flip up the corners, they seem to be sturdy and durable, and they work well enough for "wiping your feet."

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PostSat Feb 17, 2024 9:08 am 
Size? Can't tell from the photo. Thx

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PostSat Feb 17, 2024 11:29 am 
mike wrote:
Size? Can't tell from the photo. Thx
Mine are 30" by 47".

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PostWed Feb 21, 2024 1:23 pm 
Whenever I'm in the southcenter area, I always enjoy checking out the offerings they have that aren't necessarily in every store.

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