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diybarbie
Community Newcomer
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We have renovated our bathroom - shower area has been tiled with holes left for the taps. We removed the spring loaded tapware and so now only the ori ...

Sugar
Having an Impact
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Something what we want here Above images are from my laundry room. We want to remove this old sink and taps. I am not sure if the water taps can be m ...

robpa
Just Starting Out
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what is the best to use cutting around the edges of fibreglass spa batha circular saw or angle grinder or any other tool?regards Robpa

Hotwheelsnz
Finding My Feet
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My wife loves doing the laundry (Yes i know ............................) so I decided to make her happy place even happier  I used all Bunnings pro ...

laitkenhead
Just Starting Out
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Hi All, We've been slowly renovating our house over the past two years and one of the tasks I've been putting off is our linen cupboard doors. This is ...

Havinacrack
Just Starting Out
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After the rest of the wall tiles & render are removed, remove the floor tiles & the sand cement afterwards. Plumbing then concrete & waterproof? Then ...

rachitshah
Finding My Feet
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Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and little storage. We wanted to make it more practical and use all the space for storage. ...

AW69
Just Starting Out
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Good evening, how do you waterproof correctly if you are putting a shower base down and need to recess the base into wall?

Ben2065
Growing in Experience
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Hi everyone, I am slowly restoring my heritage home (built aprox 1890's) I am currently trying to divide my original double hung window (no sash cor ...

Lyn74
Just Starting Out
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I'm removing my laundry tub and building a dog wash area (rough ideas I have per pictures). Due to area I have I can't install a regular shower base a ...

MichaelaG
Finding My Feet
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Hi everyone, This is my first post. I am about to start a bathroom renovation where I am striping out everything except the ceiling and bathtub. The ...

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 ...

gencleaver
Just Starting Out
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Hi there, We are looking to re-do our toilet (tiles have already been ripped off the wall). We are trying to figure out how to to hide a right hand s ...

khwajas
Growing in Experience
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I recently had renovation of the bathroom and as a result of that bathroom floor is no longer flush with the external floor. There is a 10mm step. Ob ...

Helen7
Just Starting Out
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Hi! I previously had my tiles painted, but it started to peel off. I have now decided to install wet wall panels which I will purchase from Bunnings ...

makingmesses
Just Starting Out
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 80’s house, severe water damage and old techniques for tiling. Ideas for removal of adhesive on inside of pan? Also deeper channels along walls? Bes ...

jessicawinter96
Finding My Feet
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Hi so I have been in my new house 5 months, i started a renovation on my main bathroom because the vanity on the wall sitting on a tiled brick ledge ...

ianwsmith76
Just Starting Out
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I’m looking for a customised mirror with mdf backing 1850 x 1100 for bathroom.

Tikaani
Just Starting Out
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Wondering if anyone has installed wet area panels and what adhesive we need?

sherry59
Just Starting Out
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Hi , My bathrooms and laundry has vinyl floors which is very old and bad colour. Underneath of the vinyl is concrete not tiles . I was wondering is ...

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 ...

DJ50
Just Starting Out
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I want to tile my bathroom and shower with 600x600mm tiles, using tile insert floor wastes for showers and bathrooms. I have been told (but cannot con ...

Trying
Making a Splash
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Hello people, lockdown has given me the time to give the old loo an overdue makeover. As the water tank was attached to the wall, the installation of ...