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BobLoblaw
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BobLoblaw
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November

Hi @MitchellMc ,Thanks for your advice on this. The damp is coming up through the concrete and the cement-backed tape didn’t form a complete seal eith ...

BobLoblaw
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November

Apologies if you get a few of the same replies from me here. Thanks @MitchellMc for your helpful advice. It’s always reassuring to have expert agreem ...

BobLoblaw
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November

Thanks for your helpful reply @ProjectPete. I replied on my main post.

BobLoblaw
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November

Thanks for your responses to my post and other comment @ProjectPete ! I like the idea of just levelling it out and starting afresh! I’m a bit concern ...

BobLoblaw
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Hello community! I’d like to ask your advice on levelling a tiled floor with lippage and deep wide grout joints please. I want to make the floor more ...

BobLoblaw
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November

Hi @argylepink i know it’s a long time since you first posted this but wondering if your tiles are similar to mine (see pic) and what you ended up doi ...

BobLoblaw
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November

Hi @Mathy thanks for your answer, sorry I didn’t see it till now. Funnily enough it’s still relevant as i had to go away for a few months just when th ...

BobLoblaw
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Hello workshop community, Hoping you can help! I'm in the process of reducing moisture in a small shed (about 2.65m x 1.8m). It's attached directly to ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Hi @BobLoblaw, Many thanks for updating us on the project. Just to clarify, this moisture is coming from the ground/pathway and rising through ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Hi @BobLoblaw, I'd agree with the solid advice @ProjectPete has provided. If you are concerned about the overall fall in the room it would be best to ...

ProjectPete
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November

You could use a self levelling compound and then lay hybrid/SPC (waterproof) flooring over that @BobLoblaw When tiles have big (deep/wide) grout li ...

ProjectPete
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November

I think your best bet is to use self-levelling compound over that flooring. Anything else is going to be lots (and unnecessary) labour, a lot of dust/ ...

Chaks_DIY
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May

Built-in wine rack. Hi all. Spent some time this weekend making some built in some custom cabinetry to fit into the awkward space in our kitchen to ma ...

Mathy
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November 2019

Hi @BobLoblaw - Things can take a long while to dry out. I wouldn’t use a “film forming” sealer, it will just come off where the damp is. The Crommeli ...

Community Manager Jason
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October 2019

Hi @BobLoblaw, Great to see you make your first Workshop post and receive a prompt and helpful reply. We look forward to reading a lot more about your ...

redracer01
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October 2019

I suggest bitumen backed flashing tape. Get all items in shed out. Give a very thorough clean. Let shed dry and make sure there is no moisture left be ...

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BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
November

Hi @MitchellMc ,Thanks for your advice on this. The damp is coming up through the concrete and the cement-backed tape didn’t form a complete seal eith ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
November

Apologies if you get a few of the same replies from me here. Thanks @MitchellMc for your helpful advice. It’s always reassuring to have expert agreem ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
2 replies
November

Hi @argylepink i know it’s a long time since you first posted this but wondering if your tiles are similar to mine (see pic) and what you ended up doi ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
2 replies
November

Hi @Mathy thanks for your answer, sorry I didn’t see it till now. Funnily enough it’s still relevant as i had to go away for a few months just when th ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
5 replies

Hello workshop community, Hoping you can help! I'm in the process of reducing moisture in a small shed (about 2.65m x 1.8m). It's attached directly to ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
October 2019

That’s impressive @MightyMouse! Food for thought. A mat could be an added layer of protection if I don’t get the tape right. Thanks.

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