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jaga
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December

Hi @Wendi You could consider tiling straight over the top.. You would need to be careful to use the correct adhesive, as only some adhesives are suit ...

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September

Hi @MitchellMc The deck would probably be a 5 year proposition.. There is other work which would have to occur in order to build the deck, so its pro ...

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September

Thanks for the reply @MitchellMc , You are correct that these tiles are glazed, so I take your point about paint bonding to them. Do you have much exp ...

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September

Hi @DonnaL A few years ago I did the same thing, and used White Knight brand. It came up nicely. https://www.bunnings.com.au/white-knight-1l-gloss-wh ...

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Hi Everyone, I'm sharing a few different details from renovation projects I've had on the go... As I've said in my previous post, I enjoy the feedback ...

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Hi Everyone, I'd love to share some of my recent renovations with the Workshop community.. (I've contributed to Workshop from time to time, and reall ...

jaga
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August

Thanks everyone for your input. I guess I’m convinced now, that it’s not worth the risk. j

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Hi everyone does anyone have an opinion on after-market batteries for Makita tools? - Are they safe?- Are the reliable?- Is the life span the same?- ...

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Over the weekend we made a lot of progress on our short-term kitchen renovation that we are doing as a stopgap until we complete our full renovation i ...

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jaga
Junior Contributor
December

Hi @Wendi You could consider tiling straight over the top.. You would need to be careful to use the correct adhesive, as only some adhesives are suit ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
1 reply
September

Hi @MitchellMc The deck would probably be a 5 year proposition.. There is other work which would have to occur in order to build the deck, so its pro ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
3 replies
September

Thanks for the reply @MitchellMc , You are correct that these tiles are glazed, so I take your point about paint bonding to them. Do you have much exp ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
1 reply
September

Hi @DonnaL A few years ago I did the same thing, and used White Knight brand. It came up nicely. https://www.bunnings.com.au/white-knight-1l-gloss-wh ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hi Everyone, I'm sharing a few different details from renovation projects I've had on the go... As I've said in my previous post, I enjoy the feedback ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
6 replies

Hi Everyone, I'd love to share some of my recent renovations with the Workshop community.. (I've contributed to Workshop from time to time, and reall ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
August

Thanks everyone for your input. I guess I’m convinced now, that it’s not worth the risk. j

jaga
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March 2017

@Brad@darylhewston@Wayne@Darren Thanks for the info/advice Gents, I will give that type of drill bit a go.. I was also going to wash/scrub the deck wi ...

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