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JustG
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Hi all, currently renovating bathroom and toilet. Am painting the skirting, door frames and window trims white. Have sanded them down and then used Ta ...

Shaz28
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What is the correct order for painting new timber architraves, first undercoat then fill nail holes then sand then topcoat, or fill nail holes then u ...

SusieNewbie
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  Bought a house which would have been the creme de la creme… from the 80’s! Tiles were in good condition but ugly. Used the Dulux renovation range to ...

KevinMall
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hi all, I want to share a tip following my recent efforts with giving the bathroom tiles a makeover by repainting them using the Dulux Renovator range ...

DP
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Lesli
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I am managing a couple of bathroom renovations and decided to save by doing the painting. I am up to the door which is currently painted with what app ...

kingpola
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replace shower, change tiles and ceiling as well

Anji
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I am preparing my steel bath for painting with White Knight Tub n tile .Have watched the video but finding it difficult to reduce the gloss on th ...

tungdang
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Hi, Near my bathroom door, there is a mouldy & rotten timber part. Does anyone know a page/thread/post showing how to cut off a part of timber and re ...

Max1
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hi I need a bit of advice I want to paint my shower base but am not quite sure what it is made of it would be about 30 years old if not more can I use ...

NanaEvie
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Hi All, Need help please, what is the best way to paint a Metal/Aluminium Mirror Frame currently Pink which was the trend 20 years ago have had a new ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Spray painting tapware is an easy and affordable D.I.Y. project. The first step would be to thoroughly clean your chrome tapware to get rid of all t ...

hassanfarouk
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  Hi Community, I placed a bathroom candle and realised it later that the heat coming from the flame started to burn the shaving cabinet door. I qui ...

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

gardening
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kwakagrl
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

burp
New Contributor
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Hi, Can I use Renew "Lanminate and Tile" paint and primer for a shower base? Thank you

Ari
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After seeing the great before and after from @elmac , and receiving a crazy large quote to rip out and redo my bathrooms, I decided I'd start a steady ...

Steve68
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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 ...

Chaks_DIY
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Hi all We have just completed an update to our bathroom. We did a cosmetic reno to limit costs but we still wanted to create a more inviting space. ...

jules785
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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 ...

gloriavee
Budding Contributor
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 Hi, This is a bathroom ceiling. All of the ceiling is in the same condition. You can literally peel it off with your hands. I think it will all ju ...

Wouldy
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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 ...