Author Topic: Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray Review: A Toilet Cleaner For Every Surface  (Read 3324 times)

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What is Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray?
Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray is a multipurpose cleaner that can be used on different surfaces in your home. It is a concentrated cleaner that is designed for heavy-duty cleaning. Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray is formulated to kill 99% of viruses and bacteria that are commonly found in households. This cleaner also has a citrus scent that is not overpowering. It can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, and even on your furniture! This multi-surface cleaner is safe to use on a range of porous and non-porous surfaces, including tile, granite, porcelain, marble, laminate, vinyl, ceramic, cement, grout, and more. This Dr clean spray comes in a 32-ounce bottle and can be used with a mop or a sponge.

Why use a multi-surface cleaner?
A multi-surface cleaner is an all-in-one cleaning product that can be used on kitchen counters, bathroom tiles, as well as furniture and other household surfaces. These cleaners are designed to take the guesswork out of cleaning multiple surfaces in your home, making the process much easier. By using a multipurpose cleaner, you can save time and energy by getting rid of the need to buy multiple cleaning products for the different surfaces in your home. Dr. Clean’s Multi-Surface Spray is a multipurpose cleaner that can be used on various surfaces throughout the home — from bathroom tiles to kitchen counters and even toilet seats!

Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray Review
The Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray is a multi-surface cleaner that can be used on kitchen counters, bathroom tiles, and even toilet seats! This multipurpose cleaner can be used on a variety of surfaces, making it an efficient cleaning product. Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray has a refreshing citrus scent that is not too overpowering. This cleaner comes in a 32-ounce bottle and can be used with a mop or a sponge. It is formulated to kill 99% of viruses and bacteria that are commonly found in households. Dr. Clean Multi-Surface Spray is also a streak-free cleaner, so you can expect your surfaces to come out clean, streak-free, and looking great. The product is also safe to use on a range of porous and non-porous surfaces, including tile, granite, porcelain, marble, laminate, vinyl, ceramic, cement, grout, and more.
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Re: Suppress Type icon in version 15.1
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2022, 04:13:05 pm »
I don't think this is allowed per UML spec. On p. 452 of UML 2.5 it's said
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The specific notational variant used shall be preserved when the diagram is interchanged, see Annex B.
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Re: Suppress Type icon in version 15.1
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2022, 08:34:57 pm »
This has irritated me (and I suspect many) for a decade!  Anyway, yesterday during a "daydreaming moment" - when my mind was free to make arbitrary associations - I realised that they aren't "Stereotype" icons but Type icons.  No wonder they weren't being suppressed!
Hi Noel,

The UML 2.5 specification does NOT mention Type Icons, only Stereotype Icons.  Notwithstanding that, EA is self-inconsistent concerning the decorations it places in the top right of the rectangular notation.  So I don't believe they can fix this, given the current internal architecture.
The general solution adopted by most over the last decade is to obliterate the existing decoration with an appropriately sized and rendered rectangle and then create your own icon (or not as required) thereafter.

HTH,
Paolo


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