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anonlas
Newbie
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 Hi there, This section of my timber floor in my kitchen Is flaking apart. It appears the previous owner must have filled it in with some form of cla ...

AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
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   Hey all DIYers. I’m renovating my laundry. The bench top is going to be white, as are the cabinets. The paint is Brighton Mist, a very light grey b ...

Maxtiger
Budding Contributor
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Hi there!I have some new ceramic tiles which were "given" a decade ago, (brought over from Bali) that can go in my bathroom but I don't particularly ...

kalradeepak
Junior Contributor
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Can you please advise if something can be done to fix hair line in few kitchen tiles without replacing with new one. Also grout sealer is coming out a ...

rveerasu
New Contributor
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Hi All, I am new to this forum & this is my first home in a month. I am planning to renovate the kitchen after moved in. Please let me know your ideas ...

nick626
Browser Extraordinaire
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 Looking for advice on how to repair old damage to my cork flooring caused from previous tenants moving appliances through and taking chunks out of it ...

Paul4
New Contributor
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Is it better to line the concrete steps first with screwed down ply and then glue the new wooden step to the ply? Or glue straight onto the concrete ...

roshick1
New Contributor
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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 ...

Pip
New Contributor
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Hi ya’all, I’ve just purchased a 3x3m garden shed and was wanting a concrete slab under it but as I’m only a poor pension I found the price a wee bit ...

newfast
Budding Contributor
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Rain, storm, hail - no issues and place is in a good condition. Recently, decided to wash the balcony and saw water dripping in the garage. No visible ...

MikeyT
New Contributor
1 reply

Hi All,Just moved house and about to embark on a kitchen reno and need to sand, polish and the floor (see attached floor pic). The boards are red-brow ...

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

Rubes
New Contributor
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Here are the before and afters of the kitchen reno in our 1940's house. All done with Bunnings products - Kaboodle cabinets, Specrite panels for the ...

gizzygal
Budding Contributor
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I've just moved into my first home and am doing a few jobs to freshen it up a little. I'm planning to redo the bathroom properly in a few years when I ...

ArashM
Budding Contributor
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I have a old shower hob where the curbs are made of bricks. the shower is too small, so i've decided to remove the curbs and make a curbless shower. ...

Bisnes83
Budding Browser
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Hi, I left my we cooler on my timber floor for a couple days and now it has a white stain, any cleaning product I can use to remove it ? Thank you A ...

J-TAC
Budding Browser
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Hello Looking for some help on BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) 12.5. We are building a new home and would l want to build a timber deck area on the side o ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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I thought this may be of interest...We are getting down to what are (hopefully) the final stages of our extension & renovation on our 20-year old home ...

caru
New Contributor
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Hi All, We are in the middle of re tiling our house. We just finished removing the old tiles and now we were left with adhesive / mortar in most are ...

elle1
Budding Browser
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Hello everyone! I am just looking for some advice on DIY sprucing up this kitchen. I think it is liveable but could look a bit nicer! I am young fema ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Happy new year to all of you. I am trying to use my break from work and thought of painting my garage. I cleaned the garage. This garage has been pain ...

Sam-Sam
New Contributor
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Hello Everyone,I hope you all are doing well and had a good start of the new year.I am planning on replacing the carpet in my rooms and lounge with th ...

Raj3
Newbie
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   Hi there, requesting help with doing laminated floor boards. Kind of stuck with the edges. Please advise how to proceed.  

candice_17
Frequent Browser
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i have ripped up damaged carpet from a room and want to replace it with something pet friendly and easy to clean. the room is approx 8 square meters. ...

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