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TaylorJ
Newbie

We have some areas in our house were the flooring and foundation habe pulled away from the wall. How do we fill these in? Thank you    

mjoyner88
Newbie
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The spout on my mixer tap is loose. I am told that the two grub screws holding it have come loose, can I get to these grub screws from the top by remo ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
6 replies

  Okay, hard lesson learnt . We hired a handyman, instead of a plumber , to replace a sector of downpipe. But the junction seems not sealed with i ...

Deaks456
Occasional Browser
3 replies

Hi Folks! I have a skylight in a bathroom that is in need of some loving. In the pic       attached it shows how the moisture has gotten to the ...

Nham
Established Contributor

A friend gave me a very practical gift, and it is definitely a DIY essential for repairing minor fixes around the home. It's actually mouldable glue, ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
10 replies

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 ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Hi everyone, When I took it off , it's so tight as there were two springs on both sides. But when I reattached it, it became so loose, don't know why ...

flightpath
Budding Browser
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Looking for advice on what products I’ll need to patch this chunk that someone has taken out of our wooden arch.  

Diy_Shell
Budding Contributor
10 replies

Hi everyone, I have been lucky to inherit 2 cane chairs and a large coffee table that once belonged to my grandparents. They had this furniture before ...

Katerina_work
Budding Browser
1 reply

My bay window curtain rail has fallen down and I need to know how to get it back up securely. I need to know what accessories are needed to put it up ...

micksharky
Occasional Browser
1 reply

Hi gang, I have some old school bay windows that need sanding and a some weather protection paint. They are flaking in some areas. What would you su ...

ron3alex
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Hi All i patched a section of wall where we had screws attached for a laminate benchtop. I painted the wall with new color but the patch is visible. ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
6 replies

Not only once. But more than once , our downpipes were damaged by both former and current tenants with their careless use of line trimmers and mowers. ...

ambiches
New Contributor
2 replies

How do i repair pebble mix driveway?

jennifer2
New Contributor
3 replies

  Hi there I have a small chip in the bathtub and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on which products is best suited to fix this.

heidiwelton
Budding Browser
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     this small nail appeared overnight in the bathroom gyprock ceiling. I am wondering what would have caused it to be visible? Is it something t ...

Kys
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, we bought this 1970's built house in December from the original owner. Now the bathroom vanity is coming away from the wall, currently has a car s ...

Pixie
Budding Contributor
1 reply

Hi all,I'm looking for advise as to what to do with these tiles which need fixing. I only have 7 tiles spare. As much as I would love new flooring is ...

Yongman
Budding Browser
2 replies

I got so nice dress-shoes from a salvo's, but the soul is quite worn and I’m wondering if I were to glue a thin rubber sheet to the soul if that would ...

DanaR
Junior Contributor
11 replies

Just finished my second furniture upcycle! I found this buffet on the side of the road dumped and a little worse for wear. I believed it had good bone ...

Stupidman
Newbie
2 replies

Gday folks I am in need of a hand ✋! Currently fixing water leaks and my final repair is a old outdoor tap/pipe (gal) that corrosion got the best of s ...

cmvergara
Budding Contributor
9 replies

 Does anyone know if it is possible to replace this mailbox without breaking the bricks?

Laurens
Junior Contributor
28 replies

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 ...

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