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  1. Re: Realized aerator not removable...too late?

    Ha, ha.. Funny thread. Actually, our plumber had the same issue with the exact same faucet and sink combination. He managed to re-thread it using a die and managed to seal it. That was over a year...
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    Re: tile bathtub

    I presume that it's the exterior of the tub that's been tiled and that's what you want to replicate?

    We did the same using self adhiesive foil which we sourced from a body repair/ spray painter...
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    Re: blue toilet stains

    Be careful with bleach. Any ceramic appliance manufacturer will tell you that bleach actually removes a very fine layer of the finish. Everyone uses it, but that's the fact of the matter. I've heard...
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    Re: no room for towels

    Don't you have space for a towel radiator? Without a diagram it's difficult to address properly. Heated towel radiators come in many sizes and even if you don't have central heating you can install...
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    Re: no room for towels

    Don't you have space for a towel radiator? Without a diagram it's difficult to address properly. Heated towel radiators come in many sizes and even if you don't have central heating you can install...
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    Re: Bathroom Decor Furniture-guide 1

    Natural walnut furniture is a current favoirite and looks amazing if you wish to opt for neutral, beige and brown tones. These are safe colours as well as white which is important if you wish to sell...
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    Re: best material for bathroom vanity

    A. Spruce is correct, mdf doesn't do well in moist locations. Having said that, most vanities are made from mdf however they are usually foil wrapped to deal with the moisture issue.

    The worktop...
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    Re: Tile Floor over Existing Tile Floor?

    You can certainly tile over. The only issue is the added height, but for the extra half day's work (depending on your size of floor) it's worth ripping up the tiles. (Wear goggles as shards are...
  9. Re: 1898 Sitting Room with Exterior Walls to Bathroom

    You could also install drywall boards over the existing lathe and build out the door facings to suit? If you use a good quality CE2 grout also along with moisture resistant drywall boards then you...
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    Re: Bathroom Walls

    Shower boards have become very popular recently. People like them because there's no grout to discolour over time and they are easy to clean once in place.

    There's a decent range of colours and...
  11. Re: Why is Bathroom FLOOR Tile Cracking: Repair or Replace

    Yes, you need to remove the basin and W/C at least, remove the tiles and floor boards. There should have been at least 6 mm plywood in place under the tiles previously, if not then you may get away...
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