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AashaS
New Contributor
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Hi All, have been looking at refreshing the bathroom with some new colours and paint. I going to update the shower tiles using the Rust-Oleum Tile T ...

Nham
Established Contributor
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. We had the original laundry in our house and decided it was time to give it a makeover. It was a narrow space, and we wanted it to look simpl ...

Christomk
New Contributor
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Hi So this lockdown I've decided to repaint the tiles in my shower. I've watched a bunch of YouTube videos and I know it can be tricky, so wanted ...

gavin16
Budding Contributor
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Hello buddies, 1) I am trying to fix a leak under the sink of my bathroom tap as the picture attached. I m not sure how to replace and/or buy the par ...

EmDIYer
New Contributor
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Hi all, I am wanting to cover up a previous soap dish feature in my shower, and have discovered that below the stainless steel base that was screwed ...

nashanb
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Our shower floor recently started peeling off recently. I managed to snap this picture after I peeling most of it off as I figured what ever that need ...

mjoyner88
Occasional Browser
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The spout on my mixer tap is loose. I am told that the two grub screws holding it have come loose, can I get to these grub screws from the top by remo ...

Just_Me
Budding Contributor
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Hi,What fitting do I need to use to attach a washing machine outlet pipe (corrugated plastic pipe) to the undersink trap, and do I go in through the ...

Dee76
Newbie
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Can I use the below product on tiles that already in the shower or do the tiles need to be removed. If they aren’t removed what would be the outcome o ...

PJW
New Contributor
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Hi, I am replacing a 1/4 turn ceramic disc wall spindle, but have found that the thread is too narrow to fit the bonnet/flange. Is there an adapter o ...

beckybec84
Frequent Browser
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     Just after advise on how to complete a started bathroom. Bought the house with a start to a second bathroom and would like to complete it but I ...

Jesse1
New Contributor
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I would like to add a tongue and groove feature wall to the top section in the bathroom above the existing tiles. I am going to paint out the features ...

bathroom
Newbie
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I am trying to remove a shower tap. I’ve unscrewed the centre screw but it won’t budge. anyone got any ideas?

bect73
New Contributor
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Hi can I please get some advice for mounting my dryer to hollow plasterboard wall in laundry please. There are no studs for me to anchor too. What are ...

boris
Junior Contributor
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Layed these adhesive floor squares, not sure which brand, they are from Bunnings tho,   which are water resistant, perfect for the new laundry space. ...

NormaMary
New Contributor
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How to change shower taps to mixers  

dou0001
New Contributor
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 Anyone know how to install a gooseneck tap/spout into a wall mount? I understand you screw it in, but no room to rotate entire spout as benchtop in t ...

NumeroUno
Budding Contributor
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Hi. We had an estilo towel rail with this wall bracket. But the section where the rail attachment screws into this wall bracket has chipped and made t ...

housetohome
Junior 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 ...

iPK
Newbie
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What anchors do I need for fixing a large towel rail to FC board in the shower please.

annieerbs
Budding Contributor
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I bought this paint to update the frieze in our bathrooms with left over paint I updated our caravan. Photos are only bathrooms but I did kitchen in c ...

irwellconverter
Budding Contributor
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I am trying to locate a supplier of replacement ,complete valve spindle assemblies (qty 2) for very old Irwell bathroom basin taps code 39748. The tap ...

Joe3333
Occasional Browser
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This is my first entry in the Bunnings Workshop site, I have recently renovated my small laundry, size 2.3x2.1 mtrs, shower/toilet. 2.3 x 0.8 mtrs. I ...

NannasRenos
New Contributor
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Hi there, I've just finished pulling up tiles on my bathroom floor. They were stuck down with chicken wire and cement which was more than an inch t ...