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LizSmith
Just Starting Out
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 my partner and I have moved into a new apartment and it appears that the old owner painting the floor tiles in the shower. After just a couple weeks ...

herj1
Just Starting Out
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Hi, my partner and I are renovating an older campervan we have just purchased. The walls of the shower toilet room are lined with shower liner so is p ...

Cat234
Finding My Feet
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Hello, I'm hoping this hasn't been answered somewhere else - i couldn't find it if it was! A while ago i was painting a kitchen splashback and a tra ...

azza
Just Starting Out
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Hey guys. I have a lovely but old bathtub that would look great if I repainted it. Problem is, I have no idea which materials to use or even how to fo ...

Scarab
Getting Established
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Hi team Some wood cleaner leaked out of a spray bottle and was left on my laundry wooden counter for some days. Just discovered it and its eaten throu ...

niva
Finding My Feet
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Hi, I'm needing to waterproof and paint over old bessar blocks in the laundry of my parents house. Built in the early 80s and painted late 80s with re ...

Schteph
Just Starting Out
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Hi! Our bathrooms have 90s tiling which includes a strip of feature tiles (as well as a couple of single accent tiles) which have raised portions to c ...

PetaR
Finding My Feet
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Hello all, I would like to cover my bathroom's floor tiles without removing them, I'm not sure if this is possible, would love to hear some ideas on ...

David1996
Just Starting Out
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  Hey Guys I am working on a wet room renovation, I have to paint the ceilings of the wet room the ceiling is composed of hardwood which are the ...

richbathroom
Just Starting Out
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Hi there, I am planning on revamping an existing bathroom by painting over tiles and the original laminate cupboard and benchtop. From what I research ...

Handymandy
Just Starting Out
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Sorry I have no photos as house is at another location. The shower base had originally small tiles on it, and then it was painted over perhaps 30 odd ...

jn119
Just Starting Out
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Hi there! I’m mid-way through a laundry renovation and looking for some guidance on how best to patch up 1) the large hole cut into the plaster on th ...

RenoRaine
Finding My Feet
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I have a marble vanity top that I can't stand and have been quoted more than I expected to get it replaced with timber, so I've decided to wait a whil ...

housetohome
Building a Reputation
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So excited to share our completed laundry reno! . Before: This room was pretty much a complete re-do but so happy with how its turn ...

stanalive
Getting Established
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Hi all, I'm looking to re-stain my bathroom bench top. It's looking a bit weary and needs to be freshened up. Ideally, I'd like to keep it the same co ...

hopelesscarol
Just Starting Out
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around the sink in bathroom. stained and looks horrible Is it possible to paint this surround. Any suggestions  

clumsytom
Just Starting Out
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Our bathroom walls are almost entirely covered in stained wood panelling and I want to paint them a light colour (white, cream?). I am a bit worried a ...

projectkarara
Finding My Feet
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Hi everyone! I am hoping to renovate my bathroom as it is quite dated and old. I don't actually mind the wall tiles, except for the top row (pictured) ...

projectmumdanni
Making a Splash
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We started our reno budget today. Just ripping off tiles and smoothing wall down to put VJ panelling over. Then we were going to lay our hybrid waterp ...

sarah10
Finding My Feet
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  Hi, I’m having trouble choosing a colour for my bathroom walls, I’ve got 10 different paint samples on the wall (favourite so far is dulux beige ca ...

dinaandjake
Building a Reputation
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We used a merbau panel as the benchtop in our recent DIY laundry reno. We attempted to protect it using linseed oil, and then a couple of coats of cab ...

emmarobynx
Finding My Feet
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I have removed tiles from the wall and it has taken chunks of the wall and paint with it. How do I repair it to get it ready to paint again  

hrpaul
Getting Established
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I have a glossy white bathroom vanity. I am putting in a kaboodle cabinet..possibly two and dont know whether to use the egg white(high gloss) or the ...

raceytrace
Having an Impact
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Intro: We were getting an old house ready for sale, and this green bath just had to go. A clean and a paint job was all that was required to trans ...