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  1. B45
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    Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reusabl

    Nose Guard instructions:

    The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reusable for up to 80 times. When removing the foam pads make sure to always peel from the left or right edge of the pads, this will insure longevity of the adhesive. Adjust the foam pads to your desired position to create the perfect fit for your face. Repeat until desired fit is achieved.

    How's it look?

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    Didn't you post this in the past?

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    Nope. This is a new one. Thanks for noticing!

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    The instructions look fine to me.

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    Really? Is it professional? Is it easy to understand?

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    I would use 'durability of the adhesive' rather than 'longevity'
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    I think he used longevity because of the interest in having the adhesive last for many uses. I think it is fine.

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    Batman, I don't know much about noseguards, but it seems OK to me.

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    Batman, I think you may have mistakenly used the word 'insure' when the correct word to use is 'ensure'. (...this will insure longevity of the adhesive)

    Ensure is to do or have what is necessary for success.
    Example: These blankets ensure that you’ll be warm enough.
    Insure is to cover with an insurance policy.
    Example: I will insure my home with additional fire and flood policies.
    In American English, what you insure is a business transaction. What you ensure results from your personal efforts.

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    Re: Nose Guard instructions: The foam pads have adhesives that are removable and reu

    There is considerable overlap between the two words in AmE.

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