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mattylara027
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Hi @Guha04, Not too bad actually! The hardest part was actually unscrewing the original shower head!After that, it's pretty straight forward. Thanks, ...

mattylara027
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Hi @Jason, ended up just replacing the shower head! But not with the original plan of putting a rail in. Here's the finished product.

mattylara027
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Thanks to everyone for their help! I've successfully got the bike up on the wall and it looks awesome

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Update!Finally decided to just do a simple water test to see if it was leaking. Current state is that it isn't!In the future, I'll just take the old b ...

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Hi @Jason , No water damage that i can see externally. I can't get underneath the bathtub without actually taking it out... so don't want to do that j ...

mattylara027
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Hi Workshop, Looking for some advice over a bathtub that's developed some cracks (i think) over some time. Bathtub Bottom Bathtub Close Up Is ...

mattylara027
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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 ...

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Hi Community, I was looking at hanging my bikes off the wall, to give me a bit more space on the ground. I found these hooks at bunnings which se ...

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L8RALIG8R
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Hi after trying to secure my cafe blinds down to the floor with anchors several times due to the wind tunnel we live in I've managed to find a very he ...

LePallet
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@mattylara027 Hi mate Ive never heard of sealing the cabinets but if people say so then go for it but personally wouldn’t make a difference. i wound j ...

redracer01
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Having looked at your photo it seems that most of the exposed surfaces are covered in laminate. It should be relatively safe to put your dishwasher in ...

redracer01
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It would not hurt to seal the cabinetry. Prudent and preventive are the words that come to mind when it comes to installing a dishwasher. My only sugg ...

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mattylara027
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Hi @Guha04, Not too bad actually! The hardest part was actually unscrewing the original shower head!After that, it's pretty straight forward. Thanks, ...

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
3 replies

Hi @Jason, ended up just replacing the shower head! But not with the original plan of putting a rail in. Here's the finished product.

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Thanks to everyone for their help! I've successfully got the bike up on the wall and it looks awesome

mattylara027
Junior Contributor

Update!Finally decided to just do a simple water test to see if it was leaking. Current state is that it isn't!In the future, I'll just take the old b ...

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
3 replies

Hi Workshop, Looking for some advice over a bathtub that's developed some cracks (i think) over some time. Bathtub Bottom Bathtub Close Up Is ...

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
8 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 ...

mattylara027
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Thanks @LePallet and @redracer01 for all your help! Dishwasher went in the other day no dramas at all :

mattylara027
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Hi @LePallet,Thanks for the the input. It's more sealing the underside of the countertop from the residual steam that could be emitting from the Dishw ...

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