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Dear all! I need your guidance and feedback on a new venture in bringing Singaporeans good value home appliances that are brand new, with scratches and dents, at big discounts. My team and I are supported by the National University of Singapore, and have just started working with major brands to list these items for consumers to purchase. For e.g. a fridge or washer with a scratch or dent at the side, may fetch discounts of 30-40% discounts, and with warranty included! We have already sold 2 items since our start a few weeks ago, but we seek your feedback on: 1) whether you as consumers, would buy such discounted items, and what other concerns you may have with such items. 2) what other items with cosmetic flaws, or returned/refurbished non-flawed items you would accept, for a big discount of 30-50% off 3) what we as a new startup can do to provide great value and service to consumers :))) hope you all out there can help me out! and let me know how I may help you as well:) You may also visit our temporary store listings at carousell.com/chipd.sg to get yourselves a good deal too, or visit our FB page at facebook.com/chipd.sg to find out more about us:) Thank you! Bryan
Hi fellows, I'd shifted in for a few months. While shifting furniture around &/or installing other small furnishings, I caused some damages to my walls & ceilings paint job. My ID kept some of my leftover paint around. May I know: Qn1: if it is possible to use a water-colour brush (yes, those small-tipped ones used for art & craft) to directly paint over these areas?: (Exhibit A): around 10-cent coin diameter (Exhibit B): half a palm size Cause from what I see on YouTube most of them tutorials sand off a lot of the area surrounding the damaged spot, then paint a base white, then paint a few more coats of the desired colour paint. But as you can see in my exhibit, my "damaged areas" so small only... Qn2: may I know how to determine if my leftover paint is in a ready-to-use mix, or need to mix with some other chemicals before using?
Hope to get some advice here. I moved in a month ago and saw this mark on my quartz countertop. Thought it was a stain but I couldn't cleaned it off. I can actually feel it and doesn't quite feel like a scratch mark. Was advised to use AMWAY metal poilsher but wasn't sure if that would be appropriate for this. Anyone has seen similar issues?