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To fix scratches on timber chairs, first try using Waxstixs that match the colour of your furniture. To apply the Waxstixs, rub directly into the ...

May

Sealing and draught-proofing sash windows is essential for improving energy efficiency and comfort in older homes. The first step is to identify wh ...

May

To remove a water mark from a timber tabletop, you can try several different techniques. First try placing a tea towel over the affected area. Set ...

May

Cracks between boards in rendered blueboard cladding can be caused by ground movement, installation issues or environmental factors. Some cracks ca ...

For very light scratches on a timber floor, you might like to first try just a standard Mop and Glow Floor Cleaner. It's a cleaner and polish combin ...

If you have a water stain on your ceiling, the first thing to do is ascertain whether there is an active leak in the structure of your roof. If you ...

When drilling with a masonry bit, you should be making slow progress even if the drill is not in hammer mode. You should be able to drill into it wi ...

To avoid damaging your wall, we need to look at the shelf and find out if it is nailed or screwed in. There is also the possibility that it is glued ...

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We have this problem at work every time the painters come through. Do not be tempted to hit the frame with a hammer as this will crack the glass (per ...

I recommend getting some timber cutoffs and trimming some filler pieces for the holes. I propose using Gorilla 59ml Glue Bottle to glue the filler pi ...

DynaBolt sleeves can be notoriously hard to remove. I'd suggest trying to drill out the bolt to begin with. Choose a cobalt drill bit a millimetre ...

I recommend drilling stay channels in the shelf to prevent them from moving forwards or backward. You'll need a drill, drill bit and a craft knife ...

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