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Wouldy
Super Contributor
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   I am moving into my house on Friday this week. There is a fair bit of work to be done. I do not own this house and yes it should be the responsibil ...

HelenaC
New Contributor
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Firstly please excuse the state of my kitchen. Everything is covered in concrete dust and I am just trying to clean a bit at a time!My kitchen is abou ...

prvz27
Established Contributor
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Good evening everyone, hope you're all going well! It's great to be back onto the workshop after a very long time! Been browsing through many of your ...

stelz
Established Contributor
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Hey all,Just wanted to show you the progress of my kitchen revamp.We used the Dulux Renovation Range.Two-tone kitchen colour. 3 for the painting.We ...

Steviee
Newbie
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  Hello! I’ve purchased a unit and the kitchen tiles are already painted, poorly. I wondered a few things: What do I use to pull up the existing pai ...

gniyaz
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I am planning to renovate the kitchen tile. Could someone provide me some suggestions. some of my suggestions below. 1. Install laminated floor ...

kalradeepak
Junior Contributor
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Can you please advise if something can be done to fix hair line in few kitchen tiles without replacing with new one. Also grout sealer is coming out a ...

rveerasu
New Contributor
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Hi All, I am new to this forum & this is my first home in a month. I am planning to renovate the kitchen after moved in. Please let me know your ideas ...

Rubes
New Contributor
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Here are the before and afters of the kitchen reno in our 1940's house. All done with Bunnings products - Kaboodle cabinets, Specrite panels for the ...

elle1
Budding Browser
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Hello everyone! I am just looking for some advice on DIY sprucing up this kitchen. I think it is liveable but could look a bit nicer! I am young fema ...

nerea
Junior Contributor
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Hi there, anyone has any experience removing slate sealant off an old slate floor? Any input? Ive been using a solvent from bunnings(various actually) ...

Itai
Super Contributor
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Hi All. On everyone's advice, as I go, I'm going to break out my giant post into individual posts - starting with the Kitchen. I've already received s ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
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Hello community! I’d like to ask your advice on levelling a tiled floor with lippage and deep wide grout joints please. I want to make the floor more ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
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I have started renovating my kitchen and a section where I pulled out cabinets did not have tiles underneath. This section of floor will be exposed wh ...

Daithi
Occasional Browser
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Hi all, I am currently going to lay down timber floor boards in my kitchen / dining, however my current surface is old cork tiles. I am assuming these ...

Caz68
Budding Browser
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We are in the process of buying this cute unit for our mum to live in and I am going to rip out kitchen and put a new one in so I want to update the ...

NataliaM
Budding Contributor
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  Hi, can anyone provide some advice on how to improve the cosmetic look of a couple cracked kitchen tiles?   I haven’t been able to locate any repl ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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Hello Kesh, To my millions of fans this lovely couple came in to the store with 45 minutes remaining. I promised them a possible layout for their bi ...

wendalls
Junior Contributor
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We're looking to do a kitchen update - among other things - but the Kitchen is the thing I'm finding hardest to decide, it's one of the most expensive ...

Jojo71
Budding Browser
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Hi all,I am only renting and am wondering if it is easy to remove vinyl self adhesive tiles from ceramic floor tiles?Need to know if this is possible ...

Former Workshop member
Former Workshop member
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Hey there! I used the Dunlop Natural Look Sealer but didnt really achieve what I was looking for. Its been 10 days since Ive applied it. Is there a wa ...

Marie1
Budding Contributor
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Hi Im thinking of laying vinyl by the roll in my small kitchen as the cheapest optioned I need underlay? its to cover very old floorboards, thanks

Ang_flange
Junior Contributor
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We’re removing the laminate flooring in our kitchen. I have always loved polished concrete floors - not the super shiny polished concrete. Rather slig ...

Bunnings MakeItYours
Bunnings
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