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trentdi
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3 weeks ago

Wow - that's amazing!

trentdi
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3 weeks ago

Turns out that the brown spots are most likely rust stains from rusted rebar that was hit when the fence installers were core drilling for the spigots ...

trentdi
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I’ve just had some outdoor textured porcelain tiles installed, and they’re already getting a bit dirty from all the trees and leaves that are around. ...

trentdi
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September

Thanks Dave - seeing what you've done has given me a much better idea of what the sort of work that I'll need to do. I especially liked your pictures ...

trentdi
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September

Hey Mitchell - thanks so much for replying! Regarding your point in whether my approach will be effective, I thought one purpose of fixing spalling co ...

trentdi
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My pool coping ledge is suffering from some concrete cancer - the rebar has rust on it and has caused theconcrete to crack and spall. One corner has a ...

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DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
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I've always wanted to do a Van to Campervan conversion and when my son rang me up and said " Dad, you can say no if you want, but I've just bought mys ...

projectmumdanni
Making a Splash
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4 weeks ago

I'm unsure if the diggers driveway clean up would be a suitable product on these tiles @JacobZ but works well on cement pavement

Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
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a month ago

Hi @trentdi, Thank you for your question on how to clean textured porcelain tiles. As you would have read, porcelain is a very dense, non-porous m ...

Noelle
Kind of a Big Deal
a month ago

The only thing I could add is to try a tile cleaner like CLR (https://www.bunnings.com.au/clr-1l-calcium-lime-rust-remover_p4460670) which is recommen ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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My old steel posts had rusted and caused the concrete to crack then expel a wedged chunk of concrete. There isn't a lot I can do about the cracks but ...

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trentdi
Getting Established
3 weeks ago

Wow - that's amazing!

trentdi
Getting Established
1 reply
3 weeks ago

Turns out that the brown spots are most likely rust stains from rusted rebar that was hit when the fence installers were core drilling for the spigots ...

trentdi
Getting Established
6 replies

I’ve just had some outdoor textured porcelain tiles installed, and they’re already getting a bit dirty from all the trees and leaves that are around. ...

trentdi
Getting Established
September

Thanks Dave - seeing what you've done has given me a much better idea of what the sort of work that I'll need to do. I especially liked your pictures ...

trentdi
Getting Established
September

Hey Mitchell - thanks so much for replying! Regarding your point in whether my approach will be effective, I thought one purpose of fixing spalling co ...

trentdi
Getting Established
6 replies

My pool coping ledge is suffering from some concrete cancer - the rebar has rust on it and has caused theconcrete to crack and spall. One corner has a ...

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