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jennifer2
New Contributor
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  Hi there I have a small chip in the bathtub and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on which products is best suited to fix this.

heidiwelton
Budding Browser
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     this small nail appeared overnight in the bathroom gyprock ceiling. I am wondering what would have caused it to be visible? Is it something t ...

Kys
New Contributor
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Hi, we bought this 1970's built house in December from the original owner. Now the bathroom vanity is coming away from the wall, currently has a car s ...

Stupidman
Newbie
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Gday folks I am in need of a hand ✋! Currently fixing water leaks and my final repair is a old outdoor tap/pipe (gal) that corrosion got the best of s ...

Laurens
Junior Contributor
28 replies

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 ...

blb48
Budding Contributor
5 replies

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 ...

BARBARA5
New Contributor
1 reply

How do I repair a 10 cent sized chip in the bottom of an enamelled white bath?

cmvergara
Budding 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 ...

ijon469
New Contributor
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I'm having trouble understanding how to remove the outer cover/bonnet from this style of tap that's all through my house. The bonnet turns easily enou ...

Kristen79
Budding Browser
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  Hi guys! I’m new here and doing a few jobs on our rental before we move out next week. Without actually being able to go into the store, seek advic ...

ryan1
New Contributor
3 replies

The shower and tub tap heads in my bathroom won't budge at all. I've even tried a tap-head removal tool but still nothing. They all have a small hole ...

stasiagarraway
Budding Browser
1 reply
May

Hi there, I am attempting a cosmetic makeover on my tired 30 year old bathroom. My shower pan has a rather large and deep crack in it that I’d lik ...

Prawns
Super Contributor
3 replies
May

I found some wet carpet inside my built in wardrobe the other week, theres a shower on the other side of the wall so I jumped right in and cut a coupl ...

namrah
Budding Browser
1 reply
May

 this is the bathroom vanity door of our rental apartment. It is swollen and not closing properly so it is hard to prevent water from getting when I ...

tremas
Junior Contributor
2 replies
May

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 ...

Riby
New Contributor
7 replies
May

How to fix leaking laundry wall tap that connects to washing machine hose?

dbase92000
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi there, Can you please advise what is the name of this substance called? It is at the corners of the wall and between the gap of my bath tub and ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
19 replies

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 ...