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Brad
Trusted Contributor
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We have wallpaper on the shop walls and the previous tenant had a love of DIY sticky tape to fix everything.So she stuck down some of the peeling wall ...

Rob-9
New Contributor
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I removed a ceiling mounted light fitting which was secured to the plaster with a plastic screw in plug into which the metal screws were screwed. I wa ...

binaryzer0
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Hi folks , A newbie in DIY here - we have these floor boards (seems to be composite tongue and grove to me - but no expert in this at all) which hav ...

lhall
Budding Contributor
2 replies

I am wondering if anybody could give me some advice as to how best to repair the broken wood around the hinge on a bathroom cabinet. I have included 2 ...

lysh
New Contributor
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Hello all Just wondering if I could please get some advice on how to restore this bookshelf. I bought it from a second hand store (see pic) and it’s ...

jeremytan
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Hi all, I recently went into the over ceiling space to check wiring for a separate project and noticed a gap in the sarking under my Colorbond roof wh ...

tem1985
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi. I’m currently looking at updating an existing desk built into a nook in my villa. I love the timber planks you can get from Bunnings but the lengt ...

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I am looking to fix cracked tiles on the floor and on the wall thank you.

newfast
Junior Contributor
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Hello All, Recently, we did camera inspection of our sewerage line and overall its good but there are some small cracks and some places where tissues ...

veruca_boi
Budding Browser
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Hey all, Considering doing some DIY with refreshing the window trims, as the lacquer is starting to peel off a lot of them, but unsure which is the ri ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
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Hi,I am concerned about the crack that has been growing where an addition was built onto the house many years ago. Just looking for some possible rea ...

unspicedcabbage
Occasional Browser
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  as you can see it’s not really cracked just bent in. how do i fix this? i see a lot for cracked walls but i’m just making sure there’s not a differe ...

JumBuck
Junior Contributor
6 replies

Thirko
New Contributor
7 replies

loose cement bedding between tiles that has slippedCraked pointing cement. Following a recent discovery of a water stained ceiling I have found what I ...

timdawg
Budding Contributor
20 replies

hey guys i'm tim and i thought there's no better way of introducing myself to workshop than by sharing one of my projects so here it is... i came ac ...

gteam
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Would someone be able to tell me if this is can be fixed? The arm.of this chair is broken. I have tried to put it back together myself but have n't go ...

MikeTNZ
Established Contributor
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Hi Folks, I happened to be doing a small electrical job for a mate of mine, this afternoon, when he mentioned over a beer that he had something (unrel ...

PartyDad
Budding Contributor
10 replies

We hosted a 18th birthday party on the weekend and there was some over-enthusiastic dancing. I now have to repair four holes in the wall. I've never d ...