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jowens
Budding Contributor
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I have squeaky floor boards in the living room and in the bedrooms. The living room is not carpeted but the bedrooms are. I was going to remove t ...

binaryzer0
Budding Contributor
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Hi Folks, We have two fire places (which are non-functional) but one of them doesn't have the correct flooring around it. The second one is good and t ...

krishna
Budding Contributor
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I got an old shed. Structure is good but the floor is not. the size of the shed is 5x4.It looks like concrete but not. It is also not level and gets w ...

pamd
New Contributor
3 replies

How can I remove the stain from my bathroom floor and walls? It's like a map of hard water that dried out. Any suggestion on a product? Is it necess ...

boris
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Layed these adhesive floor squares, not sure which brand, they are from Bunnings tho,   which are water resistant, perfect for the new laundry space. ...

Bliv
Junior Contributor
2 replies

my house had stick on tiles in the kitchen + meals area and sheet laminate in the dining room i assume the kitchen + meals area were from the 80's jud ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Hi we just purchased a house with a very messy garage.We are not sure what sort of stain is on the floor.Any idea of what cleaning product should we u ...

Khariq
New Contributor
4 replies

  Hi brains trust! looking to update our bathroom but not sure what the best way forward is.Ideally want to keep the facilities in the same positions ...

Laurens
Junior Contributor
28 replies

There was a waterleak in the upstairs shower... The 2 layers of tiles have been taken up and the water damage traced and taken out. The repaired sec ...

TimD
Budding Contributor
17 replies

Hi, I have an old weatherboard house and would like to get under the house and install insulation under the floor. I have very little headroom (l ...

Moe
New Contributor
10 replies

Hello, My newly installed carpet has lots of spikes (aka carpet grippers) which can be felt along the perimeter. I cut my foot the other day accidenta ...

roshick1
New Contributor
11 replies

I have old gloss tiles at present in v good condition but dated. I would like to put self stick tiles/planks over the top then seal for waterproofing ...

Sam-Sam
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Hello Everyone, Hope you are doing well. Could you help me on below query? What is the correct size of notch trowel for laying porcelain floor tiles 6 ...

Echonoob
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi, I have removed the carpet from the staircase and plan on sanding and staining the treads. The landing tread looks to be made of mdf not timber. Wh ...

RAW
Newbie
1 reply

New Loungeroom Hybrid Plank Install. We have yellow tongue floor on a steel frame, so went with a plywood layer between to reduce the bounce factor ...

Steviee
Newbie
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  Hello! I’ve purchased a unit and the kitchen tiles are already painted, poorly. I wondered a few things: What do I use to pull up the existing pai ...

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