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Christomk
New 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 ...

Laurens
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

pamd
New Contributor
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How can I remove the stain from my bathroom floor and walls? It's like a map of hard water that dried out. Any suggestion on a product? Is it necess ...

boris
Junior Contributor
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Layed these adhesive floor squares, not sure which brand, they are from Bunnings tho,   which are water resistant, perfect for the new laundry space. ...

Khariq
New Contributor
4 replies

  Hi brains trust! looking to update our bathroom but not sure what the best way forward is.Ideally want to keep the facilities in the same positions ...

roshick1
New Contributor
11 replies

I have old gloss tiles at present in v good condition but dated. I would like to put self stick tiles/planks over the top then seal for waterproofing ...

NannasRenos
New Contributor
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Hi there, I've just finished pulling up tiles on my bathroom floor. They were stuck down with chicken wire and cement which was more than an inch t ...

BryceBrad
Budding Contributor
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Hi Fellow DIYersI will be attempting my first re-tile for the laundry room. I have done quite a bit of research however, one thing I am unsure is rega ...

vik20
New Contributor
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hi All, wanted to replace bathroomfloor. saw few posts on buunings and it seems vinyl floor planks are good to replace. Got few questions: 1. my b ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Hi we have a shower with ugly floor tiles.Can we repaint it ourselves using the products from Bunnings? Any success stories?Thank you for any adviceTh ...

Community Manager Jason
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The laundry might not be anyone's favourite room, but that doesn't mean it should be neglected. Renovating a tired, outdated laundry can provide mu ...

abhayks
Junior Contributor
6 replies
May

Hi all, just finishing our laundry renovation. It was so easy that even a novice like me could do. We were given a quote by professionals for 7500 but ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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May

Hello I have tried using bleach (without mixing water) to remove the black fungus that gets deposited on the grout (Corner where floor and wall til ...

Laurens
Junior Contributor
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I watched the video on preparing the shower floor and the screeding, my question is "Do I seal the floor with a paint on water seal product. including ...

chrisway
New Contributor
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I would like to know if I can lay the vinyl floor tiles over my bathroom tiles. Thank you

ashlops
Budding Browser
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Hey guys, I have a laundry that disgusts me and I simply want to neaten it up by laying some flooring that matches the timber flooring I already have ...

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 ...

Maxtiger
Junior Contributor
8 replies

Hi there!I have some new ceramic tiles which were "given" a decade ago, (brought over from Bali) that can go in my bathroom but I don't particularly ...

AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
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   Hey all DIYers. I’m renovating my laundry. The bench top is going to be white, as are the cabinets. The paint is Brighton Mist, a very light grey b ...

gizzygal
Budding Contributor
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I've just moved into my first home and am doing a few jobs to freshen it up a little. I'm planning to redo the bathroom properly in a few years when I ...

ArashM
Budding Contributor
17 replies

I have a old shower hob where the curbs are made of bricks. the shower is too small, so i've decided to remove the curbs and make a curbless shower. ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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I thought this may be of interest...We are getting down to what are (hopefully) the final stages of our extension & renovation on our 20-year old home ...

aussiejohn
New Contributor
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Could someone suggest the name of a liquid to ' paint ' bathroom floor tiles to create non-slip surface ?? Thanks muchly John

Gillgirl
Budding Contributor
23 replies

Just thought I’d post for those who are a bit apprehensive about starting a project.. we have lived in our house for 25+ years and I’m afraid it took ...