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AdamK1
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Hi, Long time reader, first time poster. After a bit of rain last night I noticed quite a bit of water coming in via the gap between the house and the ...

varununi
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Hey guys, I have an extension of my pergola into my backyard that is supported by a single pole which is now showing signs of rot and damage. I n ...

Chris_T
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

varununi
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I want to know a DIY method of filling in the gap in the concrete driveway as in the image. Kindly recommend the 1. Product 2. Process ...

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 ...

Amylee
New Contributor
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  heya.. Just wondering if someone could tell me if the rubber on the shower glass to the aluminium frame is silicone sealant? And also on the outsi ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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L-Plates
New Contributor
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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
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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 ...

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
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Got another project underway. It wasn't meant to be a big one but a couple of issues that we knew about ended up being a bit more of a job than planne ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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  As you can see the inside contact paper of my kitchen cupboards had it a long time ago. I move in thus coming Friday. I'm getting rid of it obvious ...

junheekm
Budding Contributor
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My house is located on the hill. We have to go down to the back yard by using stairs(14 stairs) which is damaged. It was used by wood and bricks(see ...

susieg
New Contributor
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Can anyone suggest the best product to use to re-point bluestone crazy pave around a pool. Most of the exisiting grout has degraded/etched away becaus ...

linfrank
New Contributor
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Hi all, It's been suggested that I should start a discussion about my caravan repairs so here goes. It's a small 1970s Franklin van. My plan intially ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
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Forgive me, it's been a while since I've posted, my 1972 York rebuild was completed and is now being enjoyed by a lovely couple who bought her shortly ...

penpan8988
Budding Browser
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Hi there,I hope this message finds everyone well. My plumber has dented and left some holes in my bathtub (probably from tools).I was wondering if an ...

DanaR
Junior Contributor
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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
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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. ...

152046
Occasional Browser
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The bottom of my blinds have come undone is there a double sided tape that will hold it up

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Hi guys, I am at the planning stage of installing new tiles and a benchtop in my laundry room. I found this video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JX ...

gavin16
Junior Contributor
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Hey team, My old STEGBAR shower door sort of hanging loose from its secured position top roller, partly because the bottom door guide has broken. I be ...

kaminokyoku
New Contributor
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Hi there, I got one water hose connector cracked, the black water hose is approximately 18mm wide and seems to be the main water hose into the house. ...

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