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Laurens
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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 ...

Riby
New Contributor
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How to fix leaking laundry wall tap that connects to washing machine hose?

jamant01
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Hi! - I have a very damaged section of my laminate benchtop behind my sink - it is bouncy to the touch! The rest of the benchtop seems fine, is there ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
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After re levelling my rear sliding door area, I had to repair the surrounding outer walls and remove the existing deck to do so, as this was an area ...

veruca_boi
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Hey all, Considering doing some DIY with refreshing the window trims, as the lacquer is starting to peel off a lot of them, but unsure which is the ri ...

newfast
Budding Contributor
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Hello All, Recently, we did camera inspection of our sewerage line and overall its good but there are some small cracks and some places where tissues ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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Hi,I am concerned about the crack that has been growing where an addition was built onto the house many years ago. Just looking for some possible rea ...

HeadingEast
New Contributor
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 I need to repair some old interior window frames/sills. I’m planning on sanding them back a little. Then sealing with a clear matte sealer. What prod ...

unspicedcabbage
Occasional Browser
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  as you can see it’s not really cracked just bent in. how do i fix this? i see a lot for cracked walls but i’m just making sure there’s not a differe ...

Alisha1
Budding Browser
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Hi Everyone, I need some advice. I have some really small holes or dents in the wall from toys hitting the wall by my toddlers. What is the best produ ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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dbase92000
New Contributor
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Hi there, Can you please advise what is the name of this substance called? It is at the corners of the wall and between the gap of my bath tub and ...

Thirko
New Contributor
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loose cement bedding between tiles that has slippedCraked pointing cement. Following a recent discovery of a water stained ceiling I have found what I ...

sav006
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, I'm planning a garage makeover inside with a fresh lick of paints (before a floor epoxy coating and new storage) but before I do that I've not ...

Baggs
Budding Contributor
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Hey hey. After the shed was finished I needed a work bench. After a lot of searching on the net I found the basic design I was after and went from ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Kiama2005
New Contributor
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This is Aceline guttering and I do not wish to dismantle Joint. Is there any spray on rubberised solution available that would be suitable. Thanks ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
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We live in a late 1950s triple-fronted brick veneer house. Initially our home had one bathroom but in the early 1980s the previous owners added on ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Renovated an old 70s Millard caravan from scratch with a Penguin Classics book theme. Hard work, but well worth the results of a Xmas Holiday proje ...

Wheresmy10mm
New Contributor
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My boxing punching bag stand broke. The metal snapped off and another part of it bent. It's quite thick, is this something a beginner can repair weld? ...

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