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Holy Week

Holy Week in the Philippines is a significant religious observance for the predominantly Roman Catholics in the Philippines. Beginning Maundy Thursday, businesses in the Philippines usually shut down operations until Black Saturday. A lot of people visit their loved ones in the province or take their much awaited holiday break. This Holy Week, as you head out of town, make sure that you ensured electrical safety at home.

Follow these steps:

  1. Unplug all unused appliances before leaving your homes. This will give you peace of mind while you are on vacation.

 

 

  1. Turn off selected electrical breaker switches in your Meiji Home Panel (MHP02 to MHP 3x16P).

Meiji Home Panels

 

  1. Keep combustible materials away from outdoor lighting and other sources of heat.  In doing your Holy Week Rituals like Pabasa or Processions, make sure that you keep candles away from flammable materials to avoid fire.

 

  1. Remember to close or unplug LPG valves from your gas stoves.

 

  1.  Make sure your house appears “lived in” when you are away. Set household lights with the Meiji TCV004 24 Hour Rotary Timer with Multi-Range Time Setting. It is perfect for automatically turning on and off gate, perimeter and other lights to ward off burglars.

Meiji 24 Hour Rotary Timer

 

Going to that much-awaited break would be more fun and memorable if we keep in mind these practical tips to help avoid problems that could ruin your vacation.  Call us now at 448-7423, 414-4012 and 727-5790 for your specific requirements. You can drop by our our main office located at No.  1 Mabolo Street, New Manila Quezon City, or visit your nearest ACE Hardware, Handyman and CW Home Depot Branches!

 

 

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Home improvement are easy and practical. And nowadays, for people like you and me, practicality works. DIY home improvements are most of the time easy to do by ourselves and are almost always extremely effective. Here are some creative home improvement hacks that you can do in a DIY manner.

Turn old door knobs into classy towel hangers.

old door knobs

When in a rush, many people have a habit of just hanging the towel to the closest thing it can be placed to. Usually it’s the doorknob of the bathroom. Since it’s sort of already become a habit for humanity, why not make the most out of it right? To make your shower place a bit more decorative (in a cheap way), take your old, unused and broken door knobs and stick them on the walls of your bathroom. Good idea, eh?

Bury your spare key brilliantly.

art attack

The dilemma of where to hide the emergency spare has gone on for too long. It’s time to solve this problem by using a medicine bottle and a piece of pine cone. Insert the key inside an old medicine bottle with the piece of pine cone attached to one end. Bury it in such a way that it will appear to just be an ordinary pine cone on in the soil.

Use an extra shower curtain rod for extra storage.

 art attacks

Don’t blame yourself if you didn’t think of this right away. If you did, however, then you can congratulate yourself for being a step ahead of the human race.

A cheap CD tower turned on its side makes for a great bathroom organizer.

bathroom organizer

Nobody has the time to organize everything in his or her bathroom all the time especially if you’ve got a work schedule that keeps you on the run. A quick fix for a little order is to use a cd tower by turning it on its side so the opening faces upwards. Viola! Instant organization!

You can use an old laundry basket for polka dotted walls.

 designed walls

Everybody has old laundry baskets that aren’t being used anymore. Instead of throwing it out, cut out its sides and use them as guides to repaint your walls in polka dot fashion. That is, of course, if you’re into repainting your walls.

Use old drawers as decorative shelves.

designed shelves

You’ll never run out of uses for drawers, neither will your for shelves. So if you’re lacking in shelves, just take out your old draws and stick em’ up the walls in whatever fashion seems decorative to your taste.

Foam noodles in your garage can save your car door and wall.

car garage precautions

Why aren’t more people doing this? It is amazing to simply realize that you no longer have to be extremely afraid of denting your car door whenever you are about to get down of your vehicle. Invest in some foam noodles. Trust me on this; it will be an investment you’ll never regret!

Organize your cables with toilet paper tubes.

organize cables

When toilet papers run out, so does the use of the paper tubes that hold them. Or so we thought. On the contrary, these tubes come very handy in organizing spare cables.

Cereal box dividers.

decorative boxes

Empty cereal boxes don’t have to be thrown out empty anymore with this technique. With the help of a little gift wrapper and some tape, you can make very decorative closet dividers with these boxes.

Use Nail Polish to differentiate your keys.

colorful keys

Nobody thought that painting keys with nail polish would be so much fun and needless to say, it is a very effective technique for labeling!

Glue a magnet to the bottom of your hammer so you don’t have to hold nails in your mouth.

 hammer and nails

No matter the size of your house or bank account, time and time again you will need to do some hammering for repairs. Glue a magnet to the bottom of your hammer to avoid having to use your mouth to hold on to nails.

So there you have it! We hope you will enjoy and make good use of these improvement techniques!

 

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