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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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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 ...

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 ...

Let’s use an example. If the floor area is 2130 W and is 2800 L, multiply these two amounts to get your floor area in square meters. 2.130 x 2.800 ...

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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