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trendytoast
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Hi all I just moved into a house with a polished concrete floor. There is a deep scratch in the sealant which I’d like to repair. I have looked for ti ...

Melbut74
New Contributor
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Everytime we walk up and down the stairs they creak. I have access to under the stairs, so was wondering if there some kind of bracket or similiar I ...

Moderator Walter
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We all show and talk about our successes, and we should be proud, but something got me going, and I'll share some small (temporary) disasters. 1: My ...

mandy18
Newbie
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I have a very old piece of furniture that has woodworm - how do I kill it?

hg1423
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  Looking for some advice on how to shave off ~5mm from the vertical part of the arm of the chair (it’s stopping the chair from sliding under a tabl ...

murphymazz12
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Hi I’ve discovered our skirting board and plaster is damp, smells musty and paint is starting to peal off. we know previous owners experienced water ...

Stacey123
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 just wondering how I would repair this?

Chris_T
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Hi all Futher to my other post about the external old termite damage, I have discovered some historical termite damage in my floorboards that have mad ...

thanh
Newbie
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Hi everyone, My attic insulation is absorb. it needs to replace to meet healthy home. Anyone can tell me can i DIY insulation on ceiling and floor An ...

suha
Budding Contributor
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      hi , I have timber floor, which has a few light scratches here and there, what can I use to fix it? thank you

Jolly181
Junior Contributor
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Hi All... My wife noticed this damage to the render on the outside of our house... It is only a small patch, but it's on the corner... Just wonderi ...

TJM1
Newbie
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Hi allI've just joined and this is my first post here! I'm seeking advice on how to fix metal fatigue on a metal door frame - as per the photo. Any id ...

perda
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, We have been trying to get a window restoration company, glazier, carpenter, builder etc to help us repair our steel frame windows. The main ...

lukie
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Hi, I've got squeaky and bouncy upstairs of my 10 yrs old project home. I'd really like to eliminate this problem by bracing the i-joists with metal ...

Aleks7
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    My big mirror fell off the wall (thanks to my cats) and the corner of the frame has broken off. I am wondering what the frame is made out of. Lo ...

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 ...

Annlouis
Newbie
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We replaced our timber flooring (14.5mm) with hybrid floorboards (7mm) and realized this has left a ~7mm gap between the floorboards and the door trim ...

Simon
Junior Contributor
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Some quick before and after photos of a recent vintage furniture restoration project. My partner purchased this valet chair/butlers stool off Facebo ...

Deaks456
New Contributor
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Hi Folks! I have a skylight in a bathroom that is in need of some loving. In the pic       attached it shows how the moisture has gotten to the ...

dbase92000
Budding Contributor
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Hello Team, When I moved to my new house, the gyprock got scratched when moving the furniture. Can you please let me know how can i repair and fix t ...

TaylorJ
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We have some areas in our house were the flooring and foundation have pulled away from the wall. How do we fill these in? Thank you        

Nham
Established Contributor
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A friend gave me a very practical gift, and it is definitely a DIY essential for repairing minor fixes around the home. It's actually mouldable glue, ...

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 ...

flightpath
Budding Browser
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Looking for advice on what products I’ll need to patch this chunk that someone has taken out of our wooden arch.