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gippslandhome
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January

Hello at @desaiadi we have made over 100 boxes and have had no issues at all. We put braces and cross members for strength. we are going to do a pict ...

gippslandhome
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January

Good morning @koraxis Always refer to the manufacturer or ask where you bought the bath from. I've used both expanda foam and a concrete mix for the ...

gippslandhome
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January

I had a similar problem, where I was told to use a car cut and dry polish all over the tub ..try an inconspicuous area first. then try the stain. anot ...

gippslandhome
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January

hi @Bugly my only concern is with using liquid nails or silicone is that it is a temporary and easy fix. personally in the past we have cut our skirt ...

gippslandhome
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January

welcome to the workshop @Ne on a tiling perspective I would not do it ..Tiles actually shrink and expand so that can be an issue ..it would also be a ...

gippslandhome
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January

@Jason thank you for sharing that. it's great if we could all donate even a small amount

gippslandhome
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January

Hi @amelia To save time and money, I would simply render up all your hob area where the tiles are missing. Is would patch up all the holes and then p ...

gippslandhome
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January

Hi @MathyAnd hi @Jason Why don't we set up a bushfire fund for those affected , where all those in the community members can if they wish contribute ...

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desaiadi
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January

Hi @gippslandhome ,The end product looks awesome!Keen to know, how are these pailings holding up with the water and soil fill? I was contemplating usi ...

koraxis
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Do you need to mortar in a drop in bath? Some people have said to use foam, mortar and some have said just put some battens in. Thanks in advance. ...

ProjectPete
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January

@MitchellM - Place your floorboard against the doorframe (including the underlay of its separate to board) and mark a fine pencil line around the w ...

Community Manager Jason
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January

@gippslandhome Could you please assist @amelia with this one? Jason

amelia
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January

@gippslandhome Thanks Rob - I think this is what we will do. I've just bought the tile paint from the new Dulux renovation range so hopefully its ...

Community Manager Jason
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January

That seems a little strange @tomatowi, but I'm sure our wonderful community will be happy to help. Especially the expert @gippslandhome. Welcome to ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
January

Hi @Rebecca2, Welcome to Workshop and apologies for the slow reply. My suggestion would be to contact your landlord and ask if you could paint th ...

Old-gal24
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Hello folks, 1st Sorry I've been a bit lax in replying to posts and comments. Hot DRY start to this year. Along with all the horrid fires going on. ...

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gippslandhome
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January

Hello at @desaiadi we have made over 100 boxes and have had no issues at all. We put braces and cross members for strength. we are going to do a pict ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
January

Good morning @koraxis Always refer to the manufacturer or ask where you bought the bath from. I've used both expanda foam and a concrete mix for the ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
January

I had a similar problem, where I was told to use a car cut and dry polish all over the tub ..try an inconspicuous area first. then try the stain. anot ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
1 reply
January

hi @Bugly my only concern is with using liquid nails or silicone is that it is a temporary and easy fix. personally in the past we have cut our skirt ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
3 replies
January

welcome to the workshop @Ne on a tiling perspective I would not do it ..Tiles actually shrink and expand so that can be an issue ..it would also be a ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
January

@Jason thank you for sharing that. it's great if we could all donate even a small amount

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
1 reply
January

Hi @amelia To save time and money, I would simply render up all your hob area where the tiles are missing. Is would patch up all the holes and then p ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
2 replies
January

Hi @MathyAnd hi @Jason Why don't we set up a bushfire fund for those affected , where all those in the community members can if they wish contribute ...

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