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maddisonward
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Mukka53
New Contributor
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Hi, I have a door that auto closes which is really annoying and I am sure there is a fix for this , maybe a new hinge ? Please see attached Cheer ...

corky55
New Contributor
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I’ve been sanding back the front step and got rid of a few layers of paint and want to fully prep it for a clear varnish. Any product tips for cleanin ...

Malak
New Contributor
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Hi I broke the window glass for the bathroom which is frosted glass. I was wondering how I go about replacing it? Thank you!

Toby1
New Contributor
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Hi folks I noticed some rot the other day in the skirting board in our 'sun room', which is an enclosed area on a concrete slab at the back of our h ...

Dinny
New Contributor
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We have spent over 18 months transforming the front facade, front yard, roof , fences all around and the general vibe of this once tired old 1950's we ...

birdie
Junior Contributor
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Hi Workshoppers, Any idea what I can use to clean up these window frames? I have tried detergent and vinegar and also a paint scrapper (which didn't a ...

BellaQ22
Budding Contributor
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I have just brought a home in a small country town in WA. The inside of the house ,needs cleaning , washing walls and cornice corners repaired. I Nev ...

kaminokyoku
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, My main door is sticking and I'd like to fix it in an easy way, usually, for internal doors, I make some adjustments on the top hinge a ...

Dee-Zines
Budding Contributor
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Cleaning up , new windowsGetting thereIn progressGetting gates readyOut with the old , in with the newRipping off the gatesSorting out plumbingCleare ...

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A very 1980’s style door from marketplace can’t possibly work on a 1940’s worker cottage, can it? It’s amazing what paint can do. Changing the silv ...

Lou_L
New Contributor
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Hi - apologies if this is stupid - but can anyone tell me how to fix the bit of wood in my front doorway, where the security screen latches in to? A s ...

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