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Marg19
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Marg19
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July 2016

Thanks. Will try and send a photo, but not tech savvy.

Marg19
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July 2016

I removed old, garish wallpaper and never thought I would wallpaper. But then I removed 2 doors off a linen cupboard which was facing my entrance. I r ...

Marg19
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June 2016

Thank you so much. Yes, it looks messy, but is certainly another option.

Marg19
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June 2016

Thanks for replying. My tiles are probably around the same age, but look far worse. You have achieved a great look.

Marg19
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June 2016

Thanks for that. I found it very useful.

Marg19
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June 2016

RodAndo. I am new to this site, and do not know how to reply directly to you. I was hoping to lay flooring over the top of the tiles, once I had fil ...

Marg19
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June 2016

Marg19
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June 2016

Thanks Jason for your reply. I'm still unsure on how to use this site but here goes.thd tiles I'm talking about are floor tiles, and I think you woul ...

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KingStreetReno
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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 ...

darylhewston
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June 2016

@Marg19 Hi, Floor leveller is a concrete based compound that you can mix up and pour over an existing floor to make level. It's not the easiest to us ...

Community Manager Jason
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June 2016

Hi @Marg19, I've moved your second post so its with your first. The best way to continue a discussion is to hit the reply button. To add a picture ...

KingStreetReno
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June 2016

I've recently covered my ugly 70's tiles with Formica laminate floorboards. They don't require any underlay as it is already attached to the floorboar ...

Kermit
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June 2016

Assuming you are talking about floor tiles, you are best to pull them up. See a similiar discussion here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Interiors/Ne ...

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Marg19
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July 2016

Thanks. Will try and send a photo, but not tech savvy.

Marg19
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4 replies
July 2016

I removed old, garish wallpaper and never thought I would wallpaper. But then I removed 2 doors off a linen cupboard which was facing my entrance. I r ...

Marg19
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Hi. I'm renovating a 60's home, and really enjoying the process. I have painted, wallpapered, ripped out doors and shelving. I love seeing what peo ...

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