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JessicaP
Newbie
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Hey all. We have 3 different textures to cover approx 85m2 (spraycrete approx $7000 ) we would like to make it all match in colour but not sure of th ...

kaityj
Newbie
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What's the best coloured paint to use on a dog bed made of wooden pallets?

totocol
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   Hi there, we removed some of the covering layer of the outdoor timber cladding when using a pressured water hose. Would you be able to guide me t ...

DIYMum
Junior Contributor
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Hi Brains Trust I'd like to upcycle this outdoor bench with paint. Is there a specific paint that's best for this? Could I use Rust-oleum Chalked pain ...

Dami
New Contributor
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Hi there, I would like to paint my outdoor patio tiles. We renovated the house but didn't do anything with the tiles. They are rough and have no glazi ...

kantoon
Budding Contributor
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My balcony in the apartment seems to have a crack in the render. I am wondering what could cause this and how to fix it. I have timber decking on the ...

ee
Budding Contributor
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Hi there, is it possible for me to restore one of the outdoor wooden chairs that has turned grey to match back the rest of the table and chairs? If so ...

kagomechan
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Annabelle6
New Contributor
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Hello all, My house has two very high gables facing the street, and one to the side of the house over a cathedral ceiling. One of the gables is over ...

jmagnayon
Budding Contributor
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Long time follower, first time poster. I would like to share my little iso project we started on Saturday (12/09/2020). The objective was to bring a ...

Fossil1
New Contributor
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I have metal down pipes painted white, that are showing areas of rust at the bottom, otherwise in good condition. My husband has alzheimers and no lon ...

Emfrog
New Contributor
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I've just started to paint my re-furbished verandah and I have got white undercoat on the timber handrails and balistrades. It is a water based paint, ...

LaCasaDIY
Newbie
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Hi everyone  I just wanted to share our outdoor renovation project my husband and I completed recently. We mostly used products from Bunnings of co ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Here's the latest caravan renovation - took about 3 months worth of weekends and was great fun to do. Enjoy!

Erwin
New Contributor
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We bought this from Bunnings over 3 years ago and it didn't take long before it faded. May I ask as to how to restore it? How do you properly stain/pa ...

LKF
Budding Contributor
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How much stain, varnish or paint do I allow for each stair when painting a staircase please? 8 Stairs and Landing 1m x 1 m Thank you.

annatr
Budding Contributor
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Hi there, I'm starting a new project to improve the shady area along the side of our house. I'm particularly keen to improve the view from the laund ...

Bob92
New Contributor
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I have 5 posts on my porch, 90mm, that I've clad with 138mm merbau decking boards, with edges mitred, then sanded after fixing to the posts so no join ...

allirae
Budding Contributor
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I picked up this old pot, I need to give it a clean up, is it worth sealing the paint with something? Can anyone recommend a product? Thanks  

Herza
Budding Browser
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l purchased Intergrain Ultra Deck stain. in charcoal, its too dark can it be made lighter?? Cheers

nparrella95
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, I have had this letter box for just over 12 months. Unfortunately the paint/coating over time from being exposed to weather presumabl ...

JRRed
Junior Contributor
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Last year I posted that I had had my pebblecrete pool completely re-surfaced. (See my first post for before and after). Now I would like to get my fr ...

kashgenius
Junior Contributor
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I have searched the internet and have come across liquid rubber and epoxy paint as the options? Which ones work best and are any of the products to ...

MSMR
Budding Browser
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Hi all! We had the front of our heritage home pointed last week (removal of old grout, then re- grouted). Tuck pointing was out of our budget and so ...