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Old 30-03-2018, 05:41 PM   #61
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If you are those that wash finish nv wipe and dump in straight then yes..
I'll wipe one coz I cannot stand water stain. But usually the last few plates will still be damp coz the cloth already become wet liao.
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Old 30-03-2018, 05:41 PM   #62
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It's ok. Just reduce questions like people chasing you, attack you with throwing knives...
Sorry didn't realise I posted so much. I'm just trying to learn. If I ask stupid questions, it's because I really don't know. Pls bear with me.
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It's ok. Just reduce questions like people chasing you, attack you with throwing knives...
Ok..paiseh.
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Old 30-03-2018, 06:11 PM   #64
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I'll wipe one coz I cannot stand water stain. But usually the last few plates will still be damp coz the cloth already become wet liao.
Then no issue.
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Old 30-03-2018, 06:26 PM   #65
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+1 for part 22!!
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Old 30-03-2018, 07:18 PM   #66
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Hello Porsche!

Can’t go wrong with Song Cho. Getting those stock ID-provided ones that stain/rust within a year ranks amongst the most common reno regrets.

I changed my song cho stainless steel bottom trays to melamine ones at lower cost - save wiping those water stains too

Understood thanks! We go song cho have a look. If there's any brands better, please let us know

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Old 30-03-2018, 07:27 PM   #67
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**** i bought the triangular ones

Anyways, was trying to reply this when thread closed:


It's just the hook you bolt onto the ceiling, costs like $5 locally.

Local KDK round hook:


M'sia triangle hook:


Just using the local round hook is likely to solve most balancing problems.
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Old 30-03-2018, 07:29 PM   #68
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Im hoping this will prevent the moist issue



Buy from more established brands better for built in dish rack. The laojiaos here will tell you that area is lumber 1 high moisture zone in your house, even more moist than an ah pek's sweaty armpit on a 35 degree day, buy cheap one will be prone to rusting.

In fact I think some have even gone as far as to recommend using marine ply for built in dish rack cabinet to avoid warping of the wood from the water and humidity exposure

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Old 30-03-2018, 07:34 PM   #69
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The kdk hook where buy ?


And ... too late to new thread


Sinkie just get uniarm la
Need drill and align later miscue lol ur door become beehive
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Old 30-03-2018, 07:36 PM   #70
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Idea !
Add to prime whack a pallet slowly use

Like my filter sponge

Im hoping this will prevent the moist issue

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Old 30-03-2018, 07:45 PM   #71
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Im hoping this will prevent the moist issue

Useless one lah, this one in sg ambient humidity already cannot cope liao

SG is have to use tok kong big dehumidifier if you want to remove moisture from the air, and will only work in a sealed room

#hardsinkietruths

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Old 30-03-2018, 07:51 PM   #72
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http://itsdb.com.sg

This company look atas the project all 80k n above one
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Old 30-03-2018, 08:03 PM   #73
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http://itsdb.com.sg

This company look atas the project all 80k n above one
Not a fan of their design aesthetic though.... Like tiong influenced

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Old 30-03-2018, 08:20 PM   #74
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Using dehumidifier pack to absorb moisture is akin to using vacuum cleaner to solve haze problem.

Useless one. Don't waste money.

Im hoping this will prevent the moist issue


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Old 30-03-2018, 08:34 PM   #75
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Using dehumidifier pack to absorb moisture is akin to using vacuum cleaner to solve haze problem.

Useless one. Don't waste money.
Cos that one no HEPA filter, if every sinkie use one Dyson V10 with HEPA filter no haze liao

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