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hi I have bought an apartment which is approx 3 years old, its in great condition but the color on the wall are not my preferred. It bit of darkish an ...

Frequent Browser
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Hi All, I have a few timber burls that I want to sand back/prep for possibly a coffee table or a wall clock....or something I haven't thought of yet.. ...

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Australian government research has found the world's ugliest colour. Apparently the research was done to find out what colour cigarette packets s ...

Moderator Walter
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As I have previously mentioned, I'm completely useless at general DIY. Give me a circuit board, or things related to 'puters and I'm good. So my wif ...

Budding Contributor
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Hi all, new to this group, but wanted a place to consolidate all the info, photos and our "trials and tribulations" related to our slowly progressing ...

Budding Contributor
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This is my first painting job it’s my alfresco floor need to repaint. I chipped lose paint with wired brush and scrapper then put degrease ...

New Contributor
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Hi Guys,Just need a bit of advice as to the easiest way of transforming the old 80's look cupboard door fronts to something new. I was thinking of a s ...

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I recently painted (by brush) my corrugated iron roof with the colourbond colour - Woodland Grey.The roof and mushroom head of the air-conditioner wer ...

Occasional Browser
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Hi there, I’m very new to this group . Hoping to get some advice from personal experiences . We need to liven up and modernise our 19yr old brick hom ...

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We are moving into a new home with fresh plaster over the internal brick walls, there are so many different brands of sealer on the market for prep fo ...

Valued Contributor
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Recently I've been completing some renos on an 80's home getting it ready for sale. I've given the kitchen and bathroom a makeover, installed a new tr ...

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Kintsuglue is a new moldable putty that can be used to repair, reconstruct, enhance and protect. The putty has many applications, including repairing ...

New Contributor
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Hi All, I have just bought a 1920's bungalow in Rosebery which requires a little bit of TLC. We are focusing on comestic things initally. The int ...

New Contributor
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Anybody out there who has painted old bathroom tiles and floor and can recommend a good product for it? Thanks !

New Contributor
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We are always trying to do things on a budget, sometimes it works, sometimes it goes over. But we love to do things to the house & as you all know it ...

New Contributor
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I made this some time ago using pallets. It’s so rewarding to see the look on people’s faces when they realised they are sitting on furniture you ...

Budding Contributor
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Hello, I have just moved into a California Bungalow, although quite possibly the oldest one in the country!! It is a fibro house built, I think, in t ...

Budding Browser
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I have salvaged an old table my partner liked, and painted it with a water based paint that she aquired because she liked the colour. Can i put a wate ...

New Contributor
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Hey Everyone, This is my first post on here I am looking for some ideas to renovate the kitchen within a budget, abit about the property: Rental (Lau ...

New Contributor
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i would like some advice on the best way to sand paint chips on my weather boards before i paint the whole house

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How can i remove all sticker glue from the walls and ceilings before painting?

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Hello!! We’re just at the beginning stages of renovating and don’t have the budget for a new kitchen. Im wondering if anyone can tell me if painted l ...

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