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mike1360
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mike1360
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September

Thank you Eric, I've had a building inspector to do an inspection on it. He recommended to fill the void with gorilla filler

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I recently found my shower tray is cracked and the water had damaged the floorboard and a small section of the floorboard is rotten, What should I in ...

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August

Hi Eric, would I be able to paint it over gib without plastering first as temporary fix. I’ll then get all ceiling professionally painted next year wh ...

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August

I have removed the peeling paint on the ceiling. I'm planning to sell my house next year, Is it okay to leave the ceiling as it is now, and get it pai ...

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August

Hi Mitchell, I'm planning to get 85 sqm of ceilings and walls done over a span of 3 months, I'll be mainly doing it over the weekend. Can I hire a st ...

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As the title suggested, I'm looking to get a sort of sealer to seal the window frame around my Blockwork. What's your recommendation on this? And befo ...

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I'm looking to paint a room, but before I start painting the room. I'll have to fix the cracks and peeling paint on the walls. Can I use "SIKA Fill Th ...

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July

Thank you Mitchell. I'll get it tomorrow:)

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August

Hello @mike1360 Thanks for sharing your question about repairing your bathroom flooring. Looking at the picture you posted it seems that the damage ...

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August

Hello @mike1360 If you are hiring a stopper to do the plastering for you, I suggest leaving the plaster to cure for a minimum of one week. Dependin ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

Hi @mike1360, I'd recommend you use Sikaflex 11FC, which is a flexible polyurethane filler designed for applications like this. It appears the old s ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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July

Hi @mike1360, Your question might be best posed to the manufacturer of that product. As it's not a product we stock, I am unfamiliar with its applicat ...

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May

Sensational results @mike1360! I'm sure you're super proud of your efforts, and rightly so, as the area now looks amazing. Many thanks for sharing y ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May

Hi @mike1360, Typically there are two ways to deal with asbestos; remove it or bind it so it's stable. Removing it provides peace of mind that the i ...

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November 2022

Hi @mike1360, I'd suggest digging a trench 100mm wide a 450cm deep directly in front of the Besser block foundation that slopes toward the drain. Yo ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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November 2022

Hello @mike1360 Both finishes provide the same amount of protection when it comes to mould, dirt and stains. However, with a gloss finish, dirt is m ...

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mike1360
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I recently found my shower tray is cracked and the water had damaged the floorboard and a small section of the floorboard is rotten, What should I in ...

mike1360
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7 replies

I'm looking to paint a room, but before I start painting the room. I'll have to fix the cracks and peeling paint on the walls. Can I use "SIKA Fill Th ...

mike1360
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July

Thank you Mitchell. I'll get it tomorrow:)

mike1360
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Hi there, I found a few cracks on the blockwork. Is it okay to use Hybond Two Pot Epoxy Mortar to seal the cracks? Can I still prime and paint the c ...

mike1360
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May

I think they are the papers from the plasterboard. I'll try to sand it down a bit

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May

Here is the finished product:)

mike1360
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November 2022

Thank you so much

mike1360
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November 2022

Hi Mitchell, Thank you so much for your advice

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