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Adam_W
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Fibro, or compressed fibre cement sheeting, has been a versatile and widely used building material for nearly 100 years. Unfortunately, in those day ...

Tala
New Contributor
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Hi, I would like some recommendations of products to seal MDF sheeting for mosaic work. Currently the undercoat I use is British paint white prep 4 in ...

BlueysDIY
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  Jumped in the popular trend and created a tiled table. We are just starting on social media and This is our first DIY captured Check out @BlueysDIY ...

RebeccaT
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             We purchased this home back in 2019 and as my husband is a qualified chippy we have renovated the house completely from the inside ...

Bek79
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Hi, I have bought this little cabin and my dad and I are renovating and turning it into a tiny home. We are pretty much stripping the inside includin ...

glenmore
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I’m wondering if it is possible to effectively paint floor tiles… We have tiles in the bathroom and kitchen areas, but I don’t love the colour. They a ...

shannonrennison
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    Turning small white tiles into hand painted coasters. What you need: small white wall tiles, paint, paint brush, felt dots, sealant. All you nee ...

Pat33654
New Contributor
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Hi all, i leased this property which has the concrete floor and i want it to be tiled But the owner of the property doesn't want his floor to be mess ...

Moderator Walter
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Help. I've decided to put some ceramic tiles to replace some worn old carpet an a high traffic area. The tiles are Dura Ceramic tiles, 60x30cm, su ...

Mitch16
New Contributor
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  When our front verandah was tiled a few years ago there has been some grout hazing ever since & it’s difficult to remove. Can someone please recomm ...

currlz
Occasional Browser
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Have an old Californian bungalow, we exposed an old brick fireplace. The bricklayer came and fixed it all up and rebuilt the back. I am planning on pu ...

bal
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone Really confused with this one bought a house built that is 1988 built had vinyl laid over top Cork floor . Cork underlay is glued to ho ...

Bliv
Junior Contributor
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my house had stick on tiles in the kitchen + meals area and sheet laminate in the dining room i assume the kitchen + meals area were from the 80's jud ...

Sam-Sam
Budding Contributor
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Hello Everyone, Hope you are doing well. Could you help me on below query? What is the correct size of notch trowel for laying porcelain floor tiles 6 ...

Echonoob
New Contributor
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Hi, I've ripped up old tiles and sanded down the old adhesive, do I need to put primer before tiling new porcelein tiles?  

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

housetohome
Junior Contributor
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The power of paint !! Our most recent finished room in the never ending renovation, mudroom! Some trim, fresh paint, new tiles, hooks and a sliding do ...

RohanH
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I'm hoping to get some ideas for how to update a bathroom/laundry/kitchen space. I'm living in here at the moment but it may be rented ...

DonnaL
Junior Contributor
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Hi Folks, We are investigating the pros and cons of having our tiles in the bathroom ... general wall and inside shower wall, kitchen splashback and ...

DionSouthwell
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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 ...

Bec
New Contributor
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My sister and I, with the help of our retired dad, renovated our very small 1 bedroom investment property a year a go. The property had been re ...