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Cath2
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I am wondering what the best way would be to repair my damaged timber table top. The damaged area is about 1cm x 3cm long and I don't really want to h ...

Glamourresin
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Break the mould Candy store Red wine

Archerbayles
Budding Contributor
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I have recently shifted to my new home in Sydney. The home needs a remodel particularly wall paints. For this activity, I need the best painting ser ...

Collene
Budding Contributor
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Hi has anyone had success with plastering over a mirrored wall. If so can you please share the method. Cheers

Kree8
Budding Contributor
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G’day, noobie here. I’ve been renovating my house for ages and it’s taking even longer again because I’m working almost full-time, have a kid, on my o ...

gippslandhome
Established Contributor
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Good morning Community. As a little project I'm wanting to do is some industrial looking peices of furniture. I'm looking at using the galvanized ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Hi all, seeking some thoughts/advice on a feature wall I'm planning. In my FIFA Room (AKA Theatre) I'm doing panelling on the TV wall. I'm trying to ...

amyt1337
New Contributor
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Will be painting all rooms in the house. Want a nice white. Colours that the other people have used throughout the house are yellow, green, pink, brow ...

Kimberley90
New Contributor
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Struggling to decide on colour for pergola. Should we go with the fence colour (which is similar to roof) or use a contrasting colour. Note all the ...

gippslandhome
Established Contributor

I just wanted to share some small changes we made around our new home that cost very little but made a big difference in appearance and we did everyth ...

Kev
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, Well a couple of years ago I decided to completely renovate our investment unit in my spare time (after our 'tenants' wrecked it - that's ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Painting can be a fantastic low-cost way to freshen up a room and add value to a property. For a small investment, the right paint job can make a big ...

TayaRoberts
Budding Contributor
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hi guys new member here excited to share my journey so far wiuth you and see what you are all up to i have so much to show!! We have or rather are com ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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petrolhead
Budding Contributor
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May

He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

TayaRoberts
Budding Contributor
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this was a fairly large job converting the old 'dungeon' garage and 1 of the downstairs bedrooms into our master retreat including large WIR and home ...

TayaRoberts
Budding Contributor
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this room had one of the worst ceilings though they were all shocking with paint literally just peeling off and even a nice hole to the outisde in the ...

TayaRoberts
Budding Contributor

my sons bedroom makeover we used navy paint and vynil flooring self adhesive (this product was meant to be a quick application turned out to be a nig ...

Di1
Junior 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 ...

kathd
Budding Contributor
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Hi!I have found great paint options in colours and physical properties, but how about toxicity for rainwater tanks ?We do not have townwater and rely ...

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