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Dre1511
Just Starting Out
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How do I remove a dark water stain from wooden floor and then finish with an oil based solution. Will an oxalic acid based products like Diggers stain ...

Elly4
Just Starting Out
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 I had a flood in one of my bedrooms. The window goes to the floor and seals have come away from the window frame at the bottom. There are also holes ...

OISEIN
Just Starting Out
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I need to remove the pelmet so I can fix the sliding door but I can't find any way to do this can you help    

nkw
Just Starting Out
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  Hi, we are trying to remove old curtain rail brackets and some of the screws are broken so we can’t get them out with a drill or screwdriver. Is th ...

DIYbec1
Just Starting Out
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Hello! I'm trying to remove these wardrobe wheels so I can replace them as the wheels are all broken. I've undon the screws at the end but they still ...

Ritar
Cultivating a Following
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I've got various gaps showing up after a house renovation about 6 yrs ago. Time to fill the gaps....I've been told. In the shed I have Spackling and P ...

Kreezy
Finding My Feet
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What tools and materials do I ask for at the store to get this rolling smooth again?      

DTAYLOR
Just Starting Out
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How do I fix carpet fraying (carpet to tile). What sort of transition strip is best to fix this?

nidhij
Just Starting Out
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The blind is not sliding till the end and the plastic part on the rail is broken. Should I replace the whole blind or I can somehow fix it with a spar ...

DIYHaveaCrack
Building a Reputation
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I am trying to remove a vertical blind bracket and it refuses to budge. I have pushed back the release clip at the back and the back of the bracket is ...

akshay0094
Just Starting Out
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Hi, could some please help or suggest some to fix the stain of the burnt hardwood floor for keeping the hot coal on the floor for long time. thanks

Sam12
Finding My Feet
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Hi all, how can I fix this entry door broken frame? Does it need to be replaced or is there any way I can fix it. Thanks!

Hayaimi
Getting Established
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     I wonder do I still have to apply one more layer onto the putty or I can simply sand it and paint on it.

annemarie1
Just Starting Out
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  Hi my console table got damaged using one of those fragrance oils and I want to fix it. I want it to be yha same colour as before. 1. Should I stri ...

AshG
Just Starting Out
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Hi team, I have just removed the mantle and old texture coating on my 1920s fireplace. I need to sand it, patch and smooth. A few questions:What grit ...

judessc
Getting Established
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Hi All I'm trying to fix this shelf onto the plasterboard wall using 15kg WallMate screw in anchors from Bunnings. The screws only go in about half wa ...

rocketman
Finding My Feet
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A small patch of ceiling in our bedroom has been water damaged. I've removed the wet part, but not sure how much should I tear off the plaster. How do ...

krunalM_12
Finding My Feet
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The fly screen for my security door to Balcony is damaged (kids!!). I trued patching up those stick fly screen patches but the come off as soon as sli ...

yesha-p
Just Starting Out
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     Hi All. Does any one know how to get these marks off my black wooden coffee table? I got them from when I had tissue paper and was painting ...

szy
Finding My Feet
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Hi there I was hoping to get some advice as to how to remove this built in bookshelf and mirror with as little damage as possible to the walls. They ...

Minehand
Just Starting Out
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Hi im trying to rejuvenate an old slate hearth that has been spattered with paint(both tiles and grout). I have scrubbed it with scrubbing brush and d ...

androidhaig
Getting Established
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We're in an old apartment built in the 70s and there's a strange fireplace/mantel that doesn't actually work. I can't tell if it's been bricked up or ...

JamesLiu
Finding My Feet
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Hey Gents, I have one loose shelf in my walk-in wardrobe as in pics. I have no idea where I can screw in to give more support and force the shelf back ...

Hayley007
Just Starting Out
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  I bought this chair second-hand, it already had the tear on the armrest so it's an old injury. I want to fix it up without resorting to gaffer tap ...