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Chris_T
Junior Contributor
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Hi So this lockdown I've decided to repaint the tiles in my shower. I've watched a bunch of YouTube videos and I know it can be tricky, so wanted ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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  As you can see I need to get rid of this horrible green paint in the shower recess. I've been removing paint all day. I tried turps on this lot ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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  The doorways and skirting boards have seen better life. It is a big house and I do not want to sand back. I'm thinking of just a couple of coats o ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
2 replies
abhayks
Established Contributor
12 replies

   Hi,just made a feature wall. Added a pattern using pine planks and painted on it. currently used Dulux Seude effect paint and the effects are plai ...

nfds
Junior Contributor
5 replies

I propose to paint my driveway. . Attached are photos of my drive way. you will notice from the photographs that there are fine vein lines cracks on ...

terrywang
Junior Contributor
11 replies

Need to paint the new tilt garage door (steel) and the new timber jambs, probably the porch fence (metal) as well. The garage door is west facing so i ...

marilynwinn
Budding Contributor
8 replies

I wanted to create a feature wall in my alfresco area. I decided to use 2 x louvre doors which a friend was throwing away. I painted the doors and pla ...

Dwight
Budding Browser
1 reply

Hi, can I paint my old shower tile? What paint do I have to use? Thank you and regards, Dwight  

Mubeena
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi, I am looking for ideas to make some changes in this kitchen. I can't renovate the whole kitchen at this moment. Slowly I want to make small chan ...

dhibbs
New Contributor
10 replies

Can you paint the matrix fence extensions to Match the colour of your colorbond fence?

Jimmy20
Frequent Browser
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I have just built an outdoor table using Premium Pine H3.2 from Bunnings and saw something that said I should wait up to 3 months before staining it. ...

DanaR
Junior Contributor
3 replies

This bench was on its way to a lonely end as a plant stand in the back of a garden. It was weathered, cracked, broken and rough as guts. But it had ...

JennyM
New Contributor
1 reply

what is the best way to protect new concrete? We have concrete that has been down for a year now and is half black colour, doesn't look like it is st ...

JennyM
New Contributor
2 replies

We have a short concrete path and a couple of steps that need to be replaced or thinking to maybe re surface them. They are quite pitted in places. ...

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