Singapore Classified Advertisements & Listings from Singapore Expats

Login with Facebook or Google

Gaabor Dust Mite Removal Machine

Posted By: gaabor

Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2024

Price: $10.00

Login to Contact User

As life quality is valued more and more, it's necessary to have a dust mite removal machine in your house. In our daily life, the mattresses and sofas we use to lie on are full of bacteria and mites in places invisible to the naked eye, which is very perplexing to the health of you and your family. Gaabor manufactures dust mite cleaning machine that can effectively remove dust and mites in the depth of the mattress in order to protect our sleep quality and health. Our UV mite vacuum cleaner not only has multiple functions, but also has a simple but elegant appearance.

How Does Dust Mite Vacuum Work?
The popularity of vacuum cleaners has freed everyone from the drudgery of daily cleaning.

Gaabor mite and dust vacuum cleaner with 16000Pa strong suction power, dust particles can be easily cleaned, it can be used with push or hand-held, 90-degree floor brush, leave dust away from the corner, 3 filtration system, clean once and done.

Dust Mite Vacuum VS. Normal Vacuum
Gaabor mites machine have optimized the entire body structure compared to ordinary uv vacuum for dust mites, only 1.6kg and easy to lift without tiring the hands. Internal tornado system, strong suction power, large particles of dust unimpeded. Compared to the noise problem of ordinary vacuum cleaners, Gaabor dust Mite Removal Vacuum in do-not-disturb mode are only 70 decibels, so the cleaning moment is not disturbing. 180° rotatable floor brush cleans even dead ends.

How Do You Clean A uv dust mite vacuum cleaner?
Gaabor uses a removable dust cup for easier cleaning, and a simple one-touch dust dump is easy and convenient. Please turn off the machine and unplug the power cord and turn off the head before daily cleaning. In addition to the main unit, other parts can be cleaned with warm soapy water, and clean and dry thoroughly before putting back into use. Do not immerse the main unit in water or any liquid.

Please Login and use the Contact User form to contact the advertiser directly.

Latest Forum Posts

Visit Expat Forum

Re: PR Application Chances

Little bit of clarification, if I may....

When it comes to Chinese ancestry there are other hierarchies that are taken into consideration which will give you a better inkling as to what you are up against and what ICA is actually capable of. First of all the Chinese who are from Malaysia stand the best chance of gaining PR as most there already have either close or distant relatives here in Singapore as this was part of Malaysia until separation in '65, unless, of course, it should turn up that the grandparents were members of the Chinese Communist part back in the day. One step down are Indonesian Chinese, assuming they have the relevant older government paperwork to proof their ancestry. Or other Chinese documents to proof this. This can be family household census data, or documents showing the owners names and their Chinese names. Further down the list are Philippines, Vietnamese, Myanmar Chinese At the bottom of the list are PRC, HK, Taiwanese Chinese. The last 6 countries may .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Citizenship chances

Seems like the integration factor could be missing in ica's view.

But man, i should have studied IT/finance...

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: PR Application Chances

❰❰ Quote:
❰❰ Quote:
I found this forum and everyone seems super helpful. I've just submitted my PR application, but I've been told to expect at least one rejection, so just hoping for useful advice on how to continue improving my chances for the next submission.

Nationality: Filipino
Place of Birth: Philippines
Race: Chinese (on EP) - HK Mother, PRC Xiamen Grandfather (Father born in Phils), speaks Mandarin/Hokkien
Gender: Male
Age: 31 Years Old
Marital Status: Married
Salary: $21k fixed salary per month, reflected in 2 years of NOA, grew from 8k -> 10k -> 15k -> 21k during time in Singapore
Pass: Personalised Employment Pass (converted from EP during shaky job market 2023)
Education: Dual Bachelor's from top Philippine University
Work: Software Engineer in Finance and Cybersecurity
Stay in Singapore: 3 years from 2016, returned after marriage and pandemic lifted .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Citizenship chances

❰❰ Quote:
Hi All,

I wanted to get your perspective on my chances of getting SC, just submitted my application for 2nd time.

Below are details on our Profile

- Family of 3 (me-41, wife-37 and kid-6), been here for 18 years, PR for last 12 years (Wife and I applied in 2012, got it in 1st attempt), Kid born in SG, got PR on first attempt a few months after birth.
REP renewed twice for all 3 us.
- Race: Indian (I know this won't work in my favor)
- Profession : Me: Director (Cyber Security Sales) in a Fortune 500 MNC, wife: Manager (IT Sales) in a US MNC
- Education: Me: Master in Science (IT Security) from a reputed Indian university, Wife: Master in Technology (Software Engg) from NUS, Kid in K1
- Income: 650 k ++ SGD combined annual income.
- Own 2 condos with sizeable valuation (3.8 mil SGD)

We applied for SC back in 2020 but it was rejected after 2 years of wait. (At that time we have 1 Rep renewed, and income was .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: MOE exemption for children of SG teachers in international schools

❰❰ Quote:
Thank you, NYY1. Yes, I have read that. However, 2 questions:

(1) I am told that even if the school does not need to get an exemption / waiver, the parents still have to separately file for an exemption? Is that incorrect?

(2) Is that policy applicable across all international schools? Or does UWC have a special arrangement with the MOE?

Thank you, again.
I don't know the answer to your first question. I would think not, but I am no longer close to this process (the exemption criteria and process may have changed over the years). On your second question, I would think all schools are subject to the same rules about when a waiver is needed and how to get it. Schools may have discretion over the admission criteria/priority (Tanglin's website is different from UWC's).

Quite frankly, you are probably better off staying on PR for an extended period of time. If you are already a teacher in one of .....

Posted in International Schools