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Two problems I've experienced in the 2 to 2.5 year range after first applying. It sounds like I am in the minority to experience the residue problem, so I might have purchased a bunch of defective packages. If you are considering buying them, perhaps your luck will be better.
I bought this product from Best Buy not realising and was never informed that it is activated at the point of purchase. Webroot customer service are not helpful, only stating that it does say on the back of the box, which is correct, however very small. Poor service from both Best Buy & Webroot !!
Helpful supplement that I will be adding to my daily regimen. As with all supplements, check with your doctor first. For me, with continued use I see improvements and will continue to take it. It arrived with a quality control seal, and inner protective seal. They seem to help me, I hope they will help you as well.
This product absolutely does not work as advertised. I was skeptical about this product, but saw some convincing videos (likely from Rustoleum) and decided to try it. Sadly, I did not read these Amazon.com reviews in time. My experience was identical to the other bad reviews, here. I tried the product on new leather shoes, in hopes of weatherproofing them with winter approaching. First off, the fumes from this product (in the first can, especially..) are strong enough to have you lightheaded and dizzy within seconds..and this is with the garage door open. After applying the second can/coating as directed, it was considerably more milky-white than i thought it would be, which was very disappointing on black leather. Upon further inspection, the coating started to flake off with a light touch. So, on the one hand, my shoes look terrible...but the product just flakes off. My hope is that I'll be able to eventually get ALL of it off the shoes. So, to recap, I spent 20 dollars and two hours to spray chemicals on new shoes that dried like Elmers glue and then flaked off. What did you do today?