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aleksey
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Hi All,I am planning to do a budget bathroom renovation, and I want to replace existing tiles in the shower/bathtub area. Can I just remove the old ti ...

Vamarie
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shadeli
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Hi, we’re about to start the planning for our first bathroom renovation. We’ve got two young children so hoping to split the bathroom into two separat ...

diyfun
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      Hi all, I’m new around here! I’m a baker by nature but love being able to be creative in any way possible, including DIYing and doing things o ...

redracer01
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Hello Everyone, My best buddy asked for a second opinion about the layout for his bathroom. He should have really asked me first so that he would have ...

Pangol
New Contributor
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Hi As you see in the attached photo the shower screen has started corrosions. Is there anyway to prevent it? Thanks

georgiaks
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Hi all, we are renovating our very old and dated bathroom. The photos are before and after having all the asbestos removed. Any good ideas on configur ...

VanessaW
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Hello community, My first post as I've only just discovered this forum! Our laundry is in need of some love. Not only is it the laundry, it's also the ...

Laurens
Newbie
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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 ...

stelz
Junior Contributor
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Hi All, Hope everyone is doing well. Just finished my latest DIY project. Downstairs guest toilet. It's incredible how painting can transform a space. ...

Joan_J
Budding Contributor
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Hi all! I have a house that was built in the 90s which means there’s lots of ugly tiles in the bathroom, laundry and kitchen. Because they’re most lik ...

KarenP2
Budding Browser
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Hello, I'm looking to give my bathroom a makeover and was wanting to avoid redoing the tiling. I have found some products like the Dulux Rejuvenation ...

prettyliving
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    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
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Hi guys, Built this for a friend - just few cabinets for laundry room, with added shelves for the whole length of the wall. Biggest challenge was the ...

JumBuck
New Contributor
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Hi,I am in the process of stripping back my bathroom. As the pictures show, I have removed the tiles but taking out the tile glue has also removed lar ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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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. T ...

julzdiy
Budding Contributor
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Hi EveryoneNewest member here and needing some help on storage and layout ideas as looking to DIY the laundry and shower. Laundry/ pet room and shower ...

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 ...

wendalls
Budding Contributor
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We are going to paint our small bathroom ceiling (approx. 3m squared)We will use this paint https://www.bunnings.com.au/dulux-white-ceiling-plus-kitch ...

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 ...

Renomum
New Contributor
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Hi all, my first post in a long time. I want to replace an old 1990s laundry corner tub/cabinet. Has anyone done this themselves or do I need a plum ...

Nerissa
Budding Contributor
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I totally have no idea how to go about replacing or fixing this damaged laundry cabinet kickboard (I think that's what it's called). I have not done a ...

Nham
Junior Contributor
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We recently replaced our toilet suite and ran into a problem with the floor tile. I thought the new toilet would cover the old tiles, but we ended ...

ManDhanoa
Regular Browser
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Morning fellow DIY's I have a bathroom with rain shower only coming off the ceiling. Seem like a great idea at first, but now not so. Prefer the optio ...