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  Refrigerator / Fridge
Posted by: Irvenlee - 05-12-2017, 11:57 PM - Forum: Electrical & Home Appliances - Replies (5)

Anyone had any experience of ordering a fridge online? I found lazada price is much cheaper than Harvey Norman and most of the shops and exhibitions, been surveying for quite some time. 

Targeting on Samsung RS552NRUASL\ME   @ RM 3419
https://www.lazada.com.my/samsung-side-b...1512489382

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  Washing Machine
Posted by: Ckeong - 05-12-2017, 11:44 PM - Forum: Electrical & Home Appliances - Replies (2)

Planning to get LG direct drive washing machine T2112SSAV. However, panasonic salesman says LG direct drive is not durable and recommended NAF135X1. Which should i choose>?

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  Grundfos Water Pump reliable?
Posted by: Ckeong - 05-12-2017, 11:35 PM - Forum: Electrical & Home Appliances - Replies (12)

Been recommended to get Grundfos Water pump as this is one of the best brand in Malaysia. However, the price is quite high, is it really worth paying more to get this brand? A joven water pump cost 50% cheaper. Just branding or really the product is that good?

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  Kitchen Sink (stainless steel or granite)
Posted by: zheilwane - 05-12-2017, 09:55 PM - Forum: Kitchen - Replies (22)

There are mainly two types of sinks used in malaysia Granite or Stainless steel. SO which 1 should we buy? and Why ?

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  Home Water Filter (indoor & outdoor)
Posted by: zheilwane - 05-12-2017, 09:19 PM - Forum: Electrical & Home Appliances - Replies (4)

There are so many brands and type of water filters in Malaysia. So which one should we buy?

Outdoor filter, installed near to the water meter to provide clean water for the whole house. There are mainly 3 types of outdoor filters (POE filters)

OUTDOOR FILTER (POE FILTER)
1) SAND
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Sand filters are usually big with a diameter of 8 to 10" and some brands do have 12". Sand is the most widely used outdoor filters as it is cheap and with low maintenance cost (Rm 400 for 4 to 5 years). Moderate clean filtration around 5 - 20 micron. THe longer you use and the more you backwash, the filtration quality will drop overtime and hence require replacement and servicing. Popular brands with sand filter such as Waterco, Amway, Kinetico, Alphamax, Puregen and Perfect Steel (the only brand i am selling)

2) Membrane
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Demand for membrane filters is increasing due to the slim design and ultrafiltration 0.01 micron, making it the cleanest outdoor water filtration system. However, some membrane filters could look very ugly after installation, hence do not be deceived with the display unit, asked the seller to show some photos of the membrane filters after installation. The main disadvantage of membrane filter, is the reduction in water pressure due to the fine 0.01 micron filtration. If your water pressure is 2.5bar or more, you can safely use this without any problem. Brands that are using membrane system are Hydro1, Puregen, Aquarius, NESH, COWAY and MultiPore (the brand that i am selling)

3) Cloth
For Space Saving and less Backwash, you can get cloth type of filter. Either by removing the cloth for cleaning with a high pressure cleaner or by replacing the cartridge. This type is not very popular in malaysia except for Condo with limited space and does not allow  backwash.
Example such as Diamond & 3M AP902 (the brand that i am selling)

INDOOR DRINKING FILTER (POU FILTER)

Popular brands that you can find in the market such as Panasonic, Cuckoo, Coway, Diamond, Nesh, 3M, Amway, Aquaphor and many more. There are also brands with alkaline water or RO water. SO which 1 should we buy? it is so confusingFirst of all, do not get confused with the info given in catalog and also sweet talk from the salesperson.  Catalogs info and salesperson sometimes do overrate their products, giving wrong info to customers as well. Rule of thumb, asked what is in the filter, what media is used and then compare with other brands. For example, some brands are giving granular carbon but claim that it could kill bacteria or breakdown water molecules for better absorption or even cure cancer. Well, if you google check what granular carbon can do, it is mainly used to filter off chlorine, VOCs, heavy metal and etc, how could it breakdown molecules or even cure cancer, so if you know what is inside the filter and double check with google on what is the media for, you wont get conned?

I am mainly selling AQUAPHOR, it only produces clean water that is all, not RO or Alkaline or hydrogen water. If you would like to know more or have any queries related to other type of water filter, we could discuss in this forum Smile

http://www.aquaphor.com.my

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  tiles loose
Posted by: nooruz - 29-11-2017, 11:35 AM - Forum: Tiles - Replies (4)

hi

i have a few pieces of 4 x 4 tiles on the floor loose.. sometimes giving krekk krekk sound when i step on it.

what is the best way to DIY to fix this? 

i tried putting some cement in the gap between tiles but it come off after a while.. i cannot lift the tiles because it is too heavy, may break the tiles  Confused

tengkiu

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  How to choose kitchen Hood, Hob & Oven ?
Posted by: zheilwane - 22-11-2017, 07:59 AM - Forum: Kitchen - Replies (35)

There are so many brands in the market, Electrolux, Elba, Rubine, Tuscani, Faber, Teka, Fotile, Whirlpool, Rinnai, Cornell, Bosch, Tellini, Lebenstill, Leben, Fujioh, Ikka, Pacific, Pacifica, Vees and many more. So which one of them is the best? Here is a discussion after reading and doing your own research, you decide which is the best.

1) Good Suction
High suction power does not equal to good suction. Many brands in malaysia actually over rate their suction power as there is no government body here to verify the figures. How do we check? Very simple, if the suction power is high 1400 - 1800m3/h, the hood will definitely be very noisy. So, check with the seller whether the hood has any added technology to reduce noise such as insulation? If no, then 100% the suction power is inaccurate.

2) Oil cup (dont use mesh filters)
Hood without oil cups are no good as mesh filters with many layers (4 - 7 layers) will be used to trap oil, preventing it from dripping. As the air inlet holes are very small to trap oil, the MESH gets clogged easily and restricting air flow. YOu might be using a 1400m3/h suction hood but when it is clogged, u will get less than 800m3/h.

My best recommendation will be FOTILE EMS9020, value for money with good performance. You can check my reviews with
http://fotilesale.blogspot.my/

https://www.facebook.com/pg/builders.har...=page_info

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  FROM LELONG-LOOKED HOUSE TO NEW HOUSE!
Posted by: Turbo Diesel - 08-10-2017, 01:31 PM - Forum: General Work @ Contractors - Replies (1)

part 1

I am so happy to share how this LELONG-looked house had become NEW and FRESH.
The house had been left for 10 years. But now, as the son want to live in this house, we decided to make some makeover renovation to make it more lively and comfortable.
 
So, let's see how this house had changed overall and the cost is just around 30k including materials and labours.
This is an intermediate 1st storey house in Sungai Buloh
 
Renovation job that I have been done for this house :
 
1. New painted for the whole house
2. Plaster celing for hall and rooms.
3. Decorative lights.
4. Repair wiring
5. Build the brick wall to separate between the house and neighbour.
6. Fix BRC gate (anticlimb , anti-theft gate) for in front and the back.
7. Tiles and new WC for toilet.
 
This is the contact of the contractor.
 
Alan : 017-245 1737
FB : Teknik Bina


Part 2

Part 3

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  Can you recreate the Ikea look?
Posted by: user - 08-01-2017, 11:32 PM - Forum: Furniture - Replies (1)

Went to Ikea Damansara last week and the place was jam packed. I noticed how almost everyone was buying something there.

Some bought enough to fill up a small lorry, others just a few decoration pieces to spice up the room. And many, somewhere in between.

Many of us (myself included) are inspired by Ikea demo set created in its showroom and wanted to recreate the same look-and-feel in our home.

How many of you are successful in re-creating the 'Ikea look' after purchasing and assembling their furniture?

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Rainbow Painting Service
Posted by: Vpaint MY - 28-11-2016, 10:21 PM - Forum: Paint - No Replies

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