Due to high demand, online orders are taking 5-7 days to fill. Thank you for your understanding. We are remaining open.

We will be closed 4/6-4/10 to move into our new production facility. Once we are fully operational again, all orders placed during that time will be filled in the order in which they arrived. Thank you, and stay healthy!

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Enabling Cookies

Microsoft Edge

  1. Start Microsoft Edge

  2. Click/tap on the more actions button (3 dots) on the toolbar and then click/tap Settings

    Microsoft Edge Menu Screenshot

  3. Scroll down within the menu and click/tap on View Advanced Settings button

    Microsoft Edge Advanced Settings Screenshot

  4. Scroll down within the menu. Under Cookies, select the option preferred. Options: Block all cookies, Block only third party cookies or Don't block cookies.

  5. If you need to change the setting, Edge should automatically save your new selected option.

  6. Restart Microsoft Edge or clear your Microsoft Edge browser history data.

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Internet Explorer 11

  1. Click on the gear (wheel) icon (top right of the browser window).

  2. Click on the Internet Options within the drop down menu.

  3. Click on the Privacy tab.

  4. Within the tab contents of the "Privacy" tab, select the setting for blocking cookies.

  5. Once the selection has been made, click the OK button (or, click the apply button to save your changes and keep the menu open).

  6. If you'd like more details about how to allow specific websites, click here (timeanddate.com).

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  1. Click on the 3 bar menu icon within Firefox and click the gear icon (Options). The main preferences menu will open in a new window.

  2. In the left side navigation, click Privacy & Security. Under History there are settings to Remember historyNever remember history or Use Custom settings for history.

    Firefox privacy & security menu screenshot

  3. If Use custom settings for history was selected, see the options (screenshot below):

    Firefox menu for setting custom cookies

  4. Once you make the selection preferred, Firefox will save the setting. For more detailed instructions on customizing these settings: click here (timeanddate.com)

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  1. Click on the 3 dot menu in the upper right hand corner of Chrome. Select the Settings menu option.

    Chrome location of 3 dot menu for settings

  2. Click the textAdvanced settings at the bottom of the menu to display more advanced setting options.

  3. Under the section Privacy and security, click the Content settings accordion. More settings will display.

  4. Now click the text Cookies. There are options to enable to disable for allowing cookies. As you toggle on/off the settings, Chrome will automatically save the changes.

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