D.I.Y Guides

We believe empowering our customers with the skills to DIY is the best way you would enjoy shopping at Home-Fix. With the various home improvement tips posted, ranging from lightings, electrical, car care, gardening, security, deco, power tools and etc, we aim to equip you with adequate knowledge to DIY.

Before you venture into the great outdoors, make sure that you are properly equipped.  Here’s a basic kit: CompassesThis helps you locate positions on a map or in your surroundings. Swiss Army KnifeAn all-purpose camp knife with different blades such as basic blades, screwdrivers, awls, corkscrews, saws, scissors, pliers, etc.…
When doing a full detail grooming for your car, try starting with the interior.   Start by Pulling Out the Floor Mats There are many types of floor mat available in the market. They have the upholstery type or more commonly the rubber/vinyl type. They also come in various designs.…
Step 1 Turn off the power to the light fixture at the main service panel.Step 2 Remove the diffuser to expose the fluorescent tube(s).Step 3Remove the tube by rotating it. Twist and turn the tube in any direction to disengage the tube and gently slide it out of the sockets.Step…
Are you prepared for all kinds of emergencies? Ensure that you have the following items in your home, that they are easy to find, and make sure that they are in working condition.First Aid KitKeep this kit in an easy-to-reach place, but out of the reach of young children. Store…
Step 1:   Always remove all of the soil from your digging tools after use.Step 2:   Thoroughly clean any tools that have been used for chemical applications.Step 3:   Allow tools to dry completely before storing them, to prevent rusting.Step 4:   After each use, wipe the metal parts of pruners and shears with an oily rag…
Each car wash consist of special additional ingredients, eg, rust inhibitors, form a glossy water repellent barrier which protects and extended the effect of using wax polish. It also preserved the overall finish and appearance. Step 1Generally, use 1 or 2 capfuls to a bucket of water. Always check the instructions…