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Chris_T
Junior Contributor
27 replies

Hi I've got old timber floorboards in my bathroom near the shower which have quite large gaps between them (~2mm). They end up with a lot of dust and ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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   I am moving into my house on Friday this week. There is a fair bit of work to be done. I do not own this house and yes it should be the responsibil ...

L-Plates
New Contributor
3 replies

I want to paint our garage floor with epoxy floor coating. It's 20 years old and has its share of stains. It needs taking care of. The concrete has a ...

Nham
Established Contributor
1 reply

Would anyone have any suggestion on how to repair this area between the garage cement floor and the driveway. We drive the car over the area everyd ...

deslea
New Contributor
3 replies

I am in a townhouse and my body corporate bylaws allow me to lay down flooring in my roof space and use it for utility storage. An engineer has confir ...

tom_builds
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
Tricia2002
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hi, I have an Absco Standard Bike Shed 3.00m x 1.52m x 2.08m and I'm looking at getting a cheap flooring for the bike shed? Can wooden pallets work, i ...

Norman1
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Greetings- we are renovating a very old shack and will be removing the ‘exquisite’ kitchen carpet which has been glued to a cement floor. Any suggesti ...

JoeAzza
Super Contributor
6 replies

Hi I have a timber floor in a bedroom that was painted previously with water based paint, I now want to repaint it , using a water based semi gloss or ...

IceCream
New Contributor
3 replies

I have two issue that needs to be answered. The background is that the deadlift platform will be located in the backyard placed on brick flooring whic ...

Maria_hugo
Newbie
3 replies

Hello, I am wondering if I can buy some oil for revamping my floorboards without sanding. maria

ppp
Established Contributor
2 replies

My garage has this gap since the house built. And I assume it is intentionally built as garage could be wet area due to cleaning and all. But the prob ...

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
6 replies

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 ...

Jobey
Junior Contributor
20 replies

Hi All. New to workshop but really enjoying the posts and different ideas. About to do a laundry reno. Old 70s house was partly renovated when I bough ...

Floodgirl
New Contributor
5 replies

My apartment recently got flooded by a faulty tap and my Oak timber floating floors are now all buckled and have to be replaced. I just got a quote to ...

seannami
Junior Contributor
1 reply

I promised a progress report and here it is! I figured I'm going to have to work room by room, and so I am posting room by room. First up is my home o ...

Victordepp
New Contributor
11 replies

Reno at mums house. She had a leak in the shower so I decided to do all the bathroom and toilet floor. Never done anything like this before. But after ...

Pina
Newbie
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I moved in to a newly build home of mine 2 days ago , with a laminated floorboard, and I am thinking of coating the floor with P.U sealer, is it a ...

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