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This Tile Insert Frame linear drain allows any flooring material to be installed inside the tile-in tray providing a seamless appearance. By sloping the floor in one direction there is no limitation on tile style, size or material. These drains are the perfect solution to conceal drainage in showers, laundry rooms or water closets. From a design standpoint, the Tile Insert drains allow geometric shapes and whimsical patterns to be carried from shower floor to ceiling for an uninterrupted and refreshing look. Visit
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iRobot Corp.’s new Roomba i3+ is a stylish new Roomba vacuum packed with advanced features. The product offers intelligent navigation, self- emptying capability, and an expanded range of personalized cleaning features. With its Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal, the robot empties debris on its own, with no intervention from the user. Consumers don't have to think about emptying the bin for months at a time or worrying the robot won't finish the job due to a full bin. The Roomba i3+ automatically empties up to 60 days' worth of dirt and debris into the Clean Base, which doubles as the robot's charging station. The debris is then locked away in the Clean Base's enclosed AllergenLock bag that uses four layers of allergen blocking material to trap 99 percent of pollen and mold. The Roomba i3+ purposefully and logically cleans in neat rows to navigate multiple rooms within the home, across hard floors and carpet. If the robot's battery runs low, the Roomba i3+ will automatically recharge
and resume cleaning until the job is complete. Whether you're heading off to work or going for a hike, the Roomba i3+ can begin cleaning when prompted by location-based services like Life360 or from smart home devices, like the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock. When paired with Alexa enabled devices or the Google Assistant, users can control the Roomba i3+ with just the sound of their voice. For more info, visit

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