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anonlas
Newbie
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 Hi there, This section of my timber floor in my kitchen Is flaking apart. It appears the previous owner must have filled it in with some form of c ...

nick626
Browser Extraordinaire
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 Looking for advice on how to repair old damage to my cork flooring caused from previous tenants moving appliances through and taking chunks out of it ...

Paul4
New Contributor
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Is it better to line the concrete steps first with screwed down ply and then glue the new wooden step to the ply? Or glue straight onto the concrete ...

MikeyT
New Contributor
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Hi All,Just moved house and about to embark on a kitchen reno and need to sand, polish and the floor (see attached floor pic). The boards are red-brow ...

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

J-TAC
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Hello Looking for some help on BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) 12.5. We are building a new home and would l want to build a timber deck area on the side o ...

caru
New Contributor
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Hi All, We are in the middle of re tiling our house. We just finished removing the old tiles and now we were left with adhesive / mortar in most are ...

HyacinthBucket
Budding Contributor
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Hi This is from my previous home. You can see in the first picture the old staircase with carpet. Removed the carpet and replaced with tiles. ...

Lumberhack
Junior Contributor
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                  Hi y’all, I’ve been lurking on here for awhile now, but am finally being driven from the shadows by a diy that I began a ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
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I have a multi speaker stereo system that is old - pre-wireless - but sitll in excellent condition.I want to be able get all the wires from the amplif ...

Samviv
Newbie
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I am renovating my apartment and hoping to lay wooden floors. We have found an issue that we have metal door frames which are flush to the wall. Are t ...

Wex
New Contributor
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Hi, Could anyone share your expreience about what is the best way(tools) to Remove the Glue? Taa

Jillie1
New Contributor
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1980's wooden stained spiral stairs need re-furbishing to cover water stains and scratches. At present a very well worn walnut colour - any suggestio ...

DionSouthwell
New Contributor
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Hi, I have small tiling job coming up and need a little advice on adhesives. Please see the picture with tiles laid out on cement floor. Without adhes ...

wherespommie
New Contributor
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I have 27 sq meters how many packs of hybrid flooring do I need

JayKay
Regular Browser
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I have a granny flat/studio that has a tile floor. Can hybrid planks be laid over tiles?

happysohal
New Contributor
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Hi All, Could anyone please teach me handyman works?I am ready to buy required tools.

Dallas_Mc
Junior Contributor
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Hi Workshop community, I’ve got a bit of a problem with some wooden floorboards that have had some damage over time from timber borers. The floors are ...

SMJGGT
Budding Contributor
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Hi All,Installing floating staircase and hope to stain treads and rails ourselves. Wood is Victorian Ash and Tasmanian Oak. Looking at a relatively ...

vica
Experienced Contributor
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Hi ,mates.We have a small area (130*320cm)in our kitchen that has wooden floor.We've noticed that bits of its colour seem to be flaking away .(picture ...

Loop
Regular Browser
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So I'm renting a house with the (what I think is) laminate flooring. I put those felt pads on my bed to protect the floor but somehow they got flipped ...

ShelleyBean
Junior Contributor
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I have moved into a "crummy" unit that is part of an old warehouse conversion. The concrete floor looks like it hasn't been touched at all - it's cove ...

Corin
Budding Browser
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I have rectified tiles throughout my house - on a lot of the grout lines, the tiler seems to have not used enough grout - and the grout is a couple mi ...

Kim
Established Contributor
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Here's a simple tip for a front door that jams just enough to be a nuisance, and stops the door from closing smoothly. No need to take the door off ...