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caru
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Saturday

Thank you for the feedback! It is going well and we are happy with the progress

caru
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Hi All, We are in the middle of re tiling our house. We just finished removing the old tiles and now we were left with adhesive / mortar in most are ...

caru
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August

Hi Mithchell, Thanks for your reply. The renovator guy came to have a look yesterday, and you were right - we do not have to but the cement sheeting; ...

caru
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Hi All, We wanted to do some work / renovation around the house and have decided to start with the toilet room (on the second floor). The plan i ...

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redracer01
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Thursday

Hello @caru It is sound advice from your tiler. The glue left behind has petrified and has permanently adhered to your cement floor. You could contin ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Friday

Hi @caru, To echo @redracer01's response, if the glue/mortar is sound and not crumbling away, it is fine to tile straight over. Mitchell

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

@caru, That's fantastic to hear. It would be great to follow along with your project and see any updates as you complete it. Please rememb ...

She_Skills
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December 2015

Measure once. Cut twice. Nope. That doesn't sound right Measure twice. Cut once. I've learned this the hard way. A few times.

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caru
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Saturday

Thank you for the feedback! It is going well and we are happy with the progress

caru
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August

Hi Mithchell, Thanks for your reply. The renovator guy came to have a look yesterday, and you were right - we do not have to but the cement sheeting; ...

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