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gpop
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Having my roof changed from tiles to Woodland Grey colorbond and we currently have an evap cooler in terracotta. Without having to replace a perfectly ...

NickiC
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We are looking to paint our back fence and we can’t decide between Dulux Monument or Dulux Domino. Has anybody painted with either and give me you ...

emendee
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Hi! I am hoping someone may be able to assist us with an issue we have. My husband and I painted a feature wall red - looks fantastic. We recently ...

JoeAzza
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I had decided to touch up my front timber fence, there was paint peeling off some areas on top of the fence, this was caused by bird droppings reactin ...

bensmith5
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KevinMall
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As a result of a very dramatic change in personal circumstances, I am forced to relocate and buy furniture and some appliances. A family member is ver ...

karenw
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Hi there - I'm a DIY novice looking for some pointers. I recently had a leak from my bathroom, which leaked into the cement wall :-((( The leak has be ...

Prof
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Hi guys, I have some MDF panels that were originally painted with spray cans.. The paint looks very patchy and I would like to paint over them.. They ...

taha
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how do i proceed from here? should i paint it? which paint should i use? any tips or suggestions to make it interesting and long lasting

fixtel
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I wish to paint (possibly lacqer) a white melamine surface. What paint and method should I use?

Maymay
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Hi sirMy main entrance door need to be repainted so do I need to sand before paint? What sort of the paint do I use?Thank youBest regards Maymay

Zearla
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I'm wanting to repaint my bathroom ceiling. I plan on buying a vacuum sander for the job but I'm unsure if my wet/dry vac will work with the sander or ...

edensun
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The below table due to received sun and caused surface paint color change and rough, so i want to re-painting, can i use oil base oil. Would you recom ...

Lolly
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Hello I am looking for a concrete paving paint that basically is a stain that will provide a wet look but still the water will be able to get into the ...

lenacurly
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hopo10
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I need to use a filler to patch small indents and to level up an outside concrete step before sealing and tiling. What is the best FILLER to use ...

amykat86
New Contributor
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hi - we are re-doing our backyard and wondering any suggestions on jazzing this area up. I’d like to avoid ripping up the tiles. Does Bunnings have ou ...

nettyb
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Hi.We bought some Brutus PVC moulding but don't know which paint/ primer is going to work best and stick to it. Any advice would be much appreciated!T ...

kjkishore
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I want to paint the old baby cot. Please advice which baby safe paint i need to use ((Non Toxic). Thanks in advance.

amy2
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Hi fellow reno's, I am starting on a project. Sanding back flaking paint on window/wardrobe trims. These are the tools am using. Plus have electric ...

jorjbubl
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 I’m wanting to do a cosmetic touch up on this dated counter/cabinet in our bathroom. But I’m lost as to what to do. I’m on a low budget so getting a ...

Max1
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hi I need a bit of advice I want to paint my shower base but am not quite sure what it is made of it would be about 30 years old if not more can I use ...

Midnight
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is paint matching service still available during COVID and if what is the process

Sindy89
Newbie
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I would like 2 build a pergola on my kids warrigal cubby house I got them also reinforce the walls roof and floor iv got ideas in my head on colour fo ...

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