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ivanptr
Senior Contributor
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About eleven months ago, we hired a shower repair company to seal the tile floor of our shower stall with epoxy grout. But now it is leaking again. W ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
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Hello Workshoppers! My question is about using liquid stone, such as Crommelin or Megacrete, for a bathroom floor. I will be renovating my bathroom i ...

Magjie
New Contributor
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Hey! We want some advice on fixing our damaged laundry caused by water leakage (while the house was tenanted). The hardwood floor is now arched up, a ...

helpme1
Newbie
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Hi, I need some help and direction, I have an older house with Jarrah flooring and will be converting a box room into an ensuite for the main bedroom, ...

BryceBrad
Budding Contributor
5 replies
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Hi All,Curious to how others tackle this problem. I have a combined bathroom and shower upstairs. It came without a floor waste so part of the renovat ...

DP
Budding Contributor
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kori
Budding Browser
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Hi guys. I have hardwood floors in my laundry and 2nd toilet. We are going to be tiling over them. My question is- do we need to put cement sheeting d ...

Wendy_L
New Contributor
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Hi all! We are embarking on a big project of turning our downstairs space (enclosed but not sealed) into a full living space. The flooring is steel tr ...

NThake
New Contributor
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I've just pulled up the tiles to my laundry (1975 Warwick, WA house) and the laundry tiles essentially sat on a layer of screed and under that is bare ...

Megha
New Contributor
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Hi All,During the Christmas holidays, we decided to remove the carpet and do the laminate flooring in our house. We could do this in two rooms only an ...

Margit
Occasional Browser
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 how to remove old painting from laundry floor, if I can't grind it before repainting

bernardh
Budding Contributor
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I have a small room where there is bare concrete. I wish to lay vinyl tiles but first need to create an even surface. I want to use something like L ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
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I have extended the laundry on a concrete slab floor and have concreted the area which was not tiles previously to get it up to the same level as the ...

Sofia1
New Contributor
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Hi could someone please suggest how to clean soap scum that seems to have cemented itself to tile grout. I have used white king gel which looked like ...

curo123
New Contributor
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My elderly Dad has a chair in his shower.The textured tiles are very slippery, so the chair moves around. What options are there are available to fix ...

DIYMum
Junior Contributor
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Hi all There's a section of tiled floor in the main bathroom where the grout keeps coming out and I'm wondering if there's a heavy duty grout or som ...

kwakagrl
Budding Contributor
9 replies

I thought I would share with you my completed laundry Reno. The plumber removed the old sink and repositioned the pipes. I hired a jackhammer ...

Cider
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I would like to update this laundry. I'll paint the brown rafters white and thought about stick down vinyl floor over top existing tiles. I'll re ...

sankara
Budding Contributor
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Hi Team I am planning for a new bathroom which will be framed, roofed, floored and wether board cladding by a builder. i choose to finish the internal ...

Steve68
Frequent Browser
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Hi everyone. Steve68's first post as a newbie.  I was wondering if anyone has done either of the above. I have a small townhouse laundry and attached ...

jules785
Budding Browser
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I have already painted my bathroom floor and walls. The walls look great but the floor is plain and I would like to stencil the tiles. Do Bunnings sto ...

kwakagrl
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Hi everyone, I have just removed the tiles in my laundry with a hired jackhammer. In some areas it gouged quite a bit into the screed. Should I remove ...

Neal_H
Budding Contributor
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Hi, Super slow progress on shower! I've almost finished rendering around shower, then I'll waterproof floor and walls. I've left a return in the rende ...

Chris_T
Junior Contributor
27 replies

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 ...