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Bathroom and Laundry

shakey55
Newbie
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I’m going put a timber bench in the laundry area. As it is considered a wet area what is the best way of sealing the timber to keep the moisture from ...

Mathy
Established Contributor
10 replies

I’ve started on the laundry as the tile removal is the most daunting. It’s 1.45m x 1.2m - a small space that has a folding door to hide it. Unfortun ...

Sez
New Contributor
3 replies

Quick question we are in the middle bathroom Reno’s and we have purchased a free standing bath. My question is ‘Do people secure these by fixing to fl ...

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
11 replies

Hi Workshop Community! I'm looking at replacing my old shower head with something new! Something like this - https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-wels ...

Lucille
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Does anyone know if Bunnings will start selling the heating film? It's a product quite popular in European bathrooms. Cheers.

grantd
New Contributor
8 replies

Can someone please tell me how to lubricate a screen door closer cylinder to make it close without slamming at the end.

dannyrus
Budding Contributor
11 replies

Hey folks, I'm mid-way through a bathroom reno and I managed to pick up a used vanity with tap, so would like to be able to use it all if possible. Th ...

gippslandhome
Established Contributor
7 replies

Hello Everyone, well I'm stumped. I've been able to undo many a drawer but this one I have to admit I can't.Can anyone give me an idea on how to remov ...

SammyE
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hi, I'm hoping to get some ideas on how to update a bathroom/toilet and laundry. Currently our only bathroom and the only toilet are independent. W ...

dannyrus
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hi folks! First time poster here I'm doing a DIY bathroom reno and just yanked the old medicine cabinet off the wall... I expected to see exposed b ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
6 replies

Just thought I'd share some work I've just completed for a customer. Total of 21 hours work over 3 days (allowing for drying times, etc). As always, h ...

Di1
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hi there - Have struck another problem. Looking at renovating the bathroom now. We've found out that the cement floor has been renovated at some sta ...

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