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blb48
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I've removed an old bathtub that had been bedded into a mound of concrete. I've ground down the concrete mound and want to repair the concrete floor a ...

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 ...

housetohome
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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The laundry project - ongoing Top cabinets complete We recently decided to upgrade our laundry. Originally we wanted to knock it down and move it i ...

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 ...

cmvergara
New Contributor
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I am currently redoing our laundry but whoever built it did a weird job. I am removing the wall tiles and accidentaly torn part of waterproof membr ...

Andy2
New Contributor
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Hi, we bought a frameless shower stall from Bunnings. Can that be assembled on an Estilo 900x900 shower base?

dinaandjake
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  We have been wanting to renovate our laundry for so long, we have decent space but it wasn’t utilised well at all. When we recently had a baby, the ...

DinahW
Frequent Browser
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Hi! We are renting. Our bathroom vanity top has several holes that have swollen because of water getting in. (See image) Could anyone suggest how to f ...

WoodSlayer
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ivanptr
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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 ...

Jimi
Junior Contributor
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Before After ripping out the old sink cupboard and wall tiles, I decided to utilise all space available in the Laundry to make it a productive and e ...

tremas
Junior Contributor
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Hello! I am about half way through a laundry renovation and would be interested in some tips. Have just had the dyer installed which leaves room for a ...

mandamc
New Contributor
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  Amazing hack for the benchtops - Granite spray can paint + timber floor epoxy!   Sample size black stain + grey primer spray paint - both applied ...

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 ...

Fishvince
New Contributor
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Hi all, I finally finished our laundry makeover and wanted to share my project here. Our flat used to have the old-style laundry tub, which was not a ...

aleksey
New Contributor
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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 ...

abhayks
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

Susu
New Contributor
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Hello everyone, I'm new to the community and this would be my first ever renovation project. I'm currently looking to remodel my bathroom. It is ...

Laurens
Budding 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 ...

VanessaW
Budding Contributor
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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 t ...

tremas
Junior Contributor
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Hi there As part of my ongoing laundry reno, I will soon be patching a hole to then tile a splashback. On the patching process, are the timber studs t ...

madmatt
Budding Contributor
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Basically, the question is if a shower is advertised as 920mm x 880mm and says it can work with shower bases, how do I find/match a base in that size? ...

Collette
Regular Browser
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How do i regrout tiles in bathroom? Only needs doing where the wall meets the floor.