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SoMuch2Do
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SoMuch2Do
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June 2016

Bathroom showers and tiles. That grout gets so 'mouldy'. Have to spray with a mild bleach cleaner and scrub with a thin brush that gets into the grout ...

SoMuch2Do
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June 2016

Ha Ha, I remember when I was so much younger, tying dusters on my feet and going skating to polish the floor.

SoMuch2Do
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June 2016

My husband! Then Google or youtube

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June 2016

I'm not a follower of this american trait. I have the number of pillows that I sleep on on each bed - ie 1 for a single and 2 for a double. Perfectl ...

SoMuch2Do
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June 2016

Hi @Wayne I agree about liking the grain and texture of the wood. We debated this long and hard - oil, stain or paint. We had in the past treated th ...

SoMuch2Do
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Hi workshoppers, thought I'd share this. Recently our treated pine decking had detioriated over the years, some boards had a shredded appearance and ...

SoMuch2Do
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June 2016

Wow, that is a great article @timjeffries Certainly looks good. Will give it a try. I have a composting barrel but it is very difficult getting th ...

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June 2016

Sorry @Jason, I have been a bit busy on other things. I've used the pressure washer and a speciality cleaner solution as suggested. B.... good worko ...

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Community Manager Jason
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June 2016

This morning I attended a gardening workshop on composting hosted by @robbayswater. Rob explained the differences between earthworms and composting ...

JP_Finlay
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May 2016

@Daniel as our backyard is technically common land ,due to the strata title, I didn't want to make our deck overly permanent so I used Evo-Crete Handi ...

Andy_Mann
Former Community Member
May 2016

G'day DanielRodAndo is right on the money.I royally messed up years a go when I asked for advice, & purchased their recommended timber from a lumber y ...

DIY_Dan
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Hi Workshoppers, I thought my deck experience might prove a handy reference for many on here. Our deck was about 5 years old and ready for re-oiling ...

Kermit
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April 2016

Safer option might be to use these as they are removable if you have any dramas down the track.

aussiblue
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May 2016

Fire or unflued gas or electric space heating that will deplete the oxygen in the air and send you permanently to sleep overnight. They were replaced ...

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SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
June 2016

Bathroom showers and tiles. That grout gets so 'mouldy'. Have to spray with a mild bleach cleaner and scrub with a thin brush that gets into the grout ...

SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
June 2016

My husband! Then Google or youtube

SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
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June 2016

I'm not a follower of this american trait. I have the number of pillows that I sleep on on each bed - ie 1 for a single and 2 for a double. Perfectl ...

SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
1 reply
June 2016

Hi @Wayne I agree about liking the grain and texture of the wood. We debated this long and hard - oil, stain or paint. We had in the past treated th ...

SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Hi workshoppers, thought I'd share this. Recently our treated pine decking had detioriated over the years, some boards had a shredded appearance and ...

SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
June 2016

Wow, that is a great article @timjeffries Certainly looks good. Will give it a try. I have a composting barrel but it is very difficult getting th ...

SoMuch2Do
Junior Contributor
1 reply
June 2016

Sorry @Jason, I have been a bit busy on other things. I've used the pressure washer and a speciality cleaner solution as suggested. B.... good worko ...

SoMuch2Do
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I have an external retaining wall - concrete blocks which has been clad with thick sandstone tiles and sealed, some 15 years ago. The wall is now dir ...

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