Its always good to do some DIY checks on your vehicle from time to time. Do it in an interval of twice a month and especially before long trips to prevent breakdowns and to ensure safety of the passengers. Here are some of the checks you can do it yourself.
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Thread tapping is fairly useful if you found that your bolt is jarred loose and has damaged the bolt itself and the threading of whatever it is you are screwing your bolt in to.
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Canon EF 50mm II. One of the most affordable, nice quality and widely owned lens among Canon users. Since it is also quite cheap, sending it for repairs/cleaning at a cost will not be so cost effective. Why not DIY ?
Basic cleaning and even fungus infested lens like this can be easily cleaned by following these careful steps. Continue reading “Cleaning Fungus from Lens” »
Cars these days mostly comes with air-con filters to protect dust and other unwanted particles to enter the air-con system such as cooling coils, fan blowers and the vents. Which maybe labour intensive to get them cleaned.
The replacement filter may be blocked over time causing air-con to be blowing less air or at times even warmer than normal. Replacement filters are usually not hard to find and they may be costly depending on the popularity of your car.
However, where are ways to clean them for FREE. Let’s get started >> Continue reading “Cleaning Air Con Filter” »
I saw this product “Magnetrap” sold in service centers.. and it is to be installed at the Oil Filters to trap rust and other metal debris that is in the car engine… I was thinking.. what is the use of that if the whole engine is aluminum ??
Anyway… just then, it gave me an idea to DIY a product that does the same thing at 1/10 th of the cost.. or.. ALMOST FREE. Continue reading “Magnetized Oil Filter” »