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Steven
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Steven
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April 2020

I’d like to ask how one caters for access to underground pipe work around house in the event one fails and bursts or corrodes when installing concrete ...

Steven
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March 2020

I would give the stripper the flick and stick with good old sandpaper with varying grades of sandpaper to remove the polyurethane finish and base stai ...

Steven
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March 2020

As a past cabinetmaker (first trade) my concern is product compatibility with Aquadeck if doing a top coat, even though it says water based cleanup it ...

Steven
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March 2020

 I had a similar situation with hot plate power cable, the neatest method would be to use sticky back acrylic sheet. (Nitto) Cut a slot/hole to fit ne ...

Steven
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March 2020

I redone my own front door and replaced the door jamb which came with seals that insert into a groove after finish is applied, a lot more cleaner fini ...

Steven
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March 2020

I would clean the void and fill with brick halves & cement if it’s deep to reduce cracking then render with cement prior to plaster fill for smoothing ...

Steven
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  Vanity Renovation The vanity project got delayed for years so I decided to pull it out of its wrappers and get it done before house falls down.. ...

Steven
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March 2020

 I’ve built myself a mini drill that perfectly aligns with the required hole positions, I’ll let you know if it can handle the tough lintel. ....Well ...

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JDE
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March 2020

Im with Steve. Bunnings sell both a Kinetic white flat self adhesive plastic cover plate $1.45 put one cut though it and flex into postion or plastic ...

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Steven
Budding Contributor
March 2020

I would give the stripper the flick and stick with good old sandpaper with varying grades of sandpaper to remove the polyurethane finish and base stai ...

Steven
Budding Contributor
1 reply
March 2020

As a past cabinetmaker (first trade) my concern is product compatibility with Aquadeck if doing a top coat, even though it says water based cleanup it ...

Steven
Budding Contributor
March 2020

 I had a similar situation with hot plate power cable, the neatest method would be to use sticky back acrylic sheet. (Nitto) Cut a slot/hole to fit ne ...

Steven
Budding Contributor
March 2020

I redone my own front door and replaced the door jamb which came with seals that insert into a groove after finish is applied, a lot more cleaner fini ...

Steven
Budding Contributor
March 2020

I would clean the void and fill with brick halves & cement if it’s deep to reduce cracking then render with cement prior to plaster fill for smoothing ...

Steven
Budding Contributor

  Vanity Renovation The vanity project got delayed for years so I decided to pull it out of its wrappers and get it done before house falls down.. ...

Steven
Budding Contributor
1 reply
March 2020

 I’ve built myself a mini drill that perfectly aligns with the required hole positions, I’ll let you know if it can handle the tough lintel. ....Well ...

Steven
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February 2020

Clean out loose material and purchase yourself some Selleys Plastibond, it’s an epoxy filler from Bunnings suitable for timber and dries to a hard fin ...

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