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If a tile wobbles, it means that the adhesive behind has failed and the only thing holding it in place are the grout lines. Once the grout has been r ...

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The process for colour matching is actually not that difficult. In order to get an accurate or similar shade of colour, it will require a paint sampl ...

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Using bleach can be a smelly process, but it is one of the best ways of killing mould and its spores. I'd suggest after a thorough cleaning for you t ...

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If the existing grout is still solid and can't easily be scraped out, then you can overcoat it with Davco Rejuvenation grout. Existing grout must be ...

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I’ve used magic erasers before and have found them to be very effective. Next, try sugar soap. Depending on how well the walls come up after us ...

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If you've tried cleaning mould from silicon previously, the mould has likely stained it. If this is the case, no amount of scrubbing or applying cle ...

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Preparation is crucial to ensure you get a great painting result. 1. Clean your walls with sugar soap Making sure your walls are properly clea ...

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Products like Drano are great if the blockage is a light build-up which can be dissolved. If the blockage is more substantial and has built up over t ...

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If you want to have some fun without the worries about wrecking anything in the house, go down to your local Bunnings and grab an external tap, one t ...

If you still have the chipped piece of the benchtop you could attempt to glue it back on. You could use an epoxy paste as a filler but if it's mixed ...

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A suitable product to glue laminate back down would be Selleys 50ml Kwik Grip Crystal Clear Contact Adhesive. Ensure surfaces are clean and dry. A ...

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As long as there is an existing waterproofing layer, then an additional one doesn't need to be installed before re-tiling. You will need to check f ...

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