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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 ...

I wonder if a bit of CLR would fix this. It looks like maybe bleach or some other chemical has been left to dry on the chrome which caused this. ...

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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 ...

The cracks are a phenomenon called crazing. They are typically caused by thermal stress. This is when the ceramic material is exposed repeatedly to h ...

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Fixing a chip in a bathtub is typically a three-step process: cleaning the bathtub, filling the hole with epoxy paste, and then repainting the bath. ...

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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If you still have the chip, you can glue it back in position with Clear Epoxy Glue. But if the chip has gone missing, then you need to fill the damag ...

You'll need to prep the surface and repair the crack before any coating is applied. Applying a paint coating would improve the bathtub's appearance. ...

You can certainly re-grout the area and you should find these step-by-step articles helpful: How to remove grout and How to grout wall tiles. Howev ...

To complete a simple temporary repair I would use Selleys 250ml Aquadhere Exterior Adhesive and apply it with a small brush inside all the cracks. Cl ...

There are methods to improve the appearance of wider cracks where you can clean the dirt out and then fill with clear epoxy glue. You would then colo ...

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