This the product I meant. Use it all over your window and make sure it goes in the timber pores and all the cracks and break.
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Hi All, Thanks for your help and suggestion. Finally I have finished the renovation. I did all the job myself except plumbing installation and electrical wire movement. Final pics attached
Wow, congratulations and very well done @Justlucky2k2. You must be thrilled with the final result.
I'm sure all your hard work will also inspire many Workshop members and visitors. Thanks for sharing the final pictures.
We are looking forward to seeing what you tackle next!
Hi just wondering what design tool you used for these pictures. Thanx.
Many thanks for joining in the discussion. We're pleased to have you join the Bunnings Workshop community and look forward to reading all about your projects and plans. Are you planning a bathroom renovation?
The clever and creative @redracer01 uses the free Google Sketchup tool to create his fantastic designs.
Please let us know if you need a hand with anything. We're here to help.
Just WOW! My bathroom reno is going to be very similar to yours, with the exception of the toilet, but we will be adding a longer vanity. Our window is wider and takes up most of the back wall, but we will waterproof it (as soon as I learn how to do that lol) and our bathroom layout will nearly be identical.
Was it difficult to do the waterproofing? I want to try and do as much of this reno as possible as I only have a tiny budget - but I'm frightened I will stuff it up and cause water damage in the future if I don't do it correctly.
Any tips would be useful.