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10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Black grout going white - and sealing tiles question....

Craig, thanks again for your input... but I must say, I'm a bit worried now that the problem might be way worse than anticipated :?

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Black grout going white - and sealing tiles question....

hi Craig... thanks for your input.
I have PM'd you re photos....

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Removing a fire place

HI folks
We live in a recently renovated (not by us) weatherboard.
Does anyone know how easy/difficult it is to remove a fireplace and render the wall completely flat. As lovely…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Black grout going white - and sealing tiles question....

Hi guys
THANK YOU SO MUCH for your replies. It has been bugging me what it is and how to fix it so I really appreciate you imparting your knowledge.
I…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Daikin Hybrid Wall Mounted....

Similar Question to hiccup.....but we are looking at a smaller 7.1kw wall mounted unit to cool our living/dining/kitchen area only.
We have been quoted $2.6k for a hybrid or $2.9k for…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Daikin Hybrid Ducted System - any reviews?

So, Iceman, just wondering if you think the Hybrids for a 7.1kw is a good choice? (or if anyone has any input). We have been quote #$2600 for…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
The death of the backyard

LOL, but maybe they wouldn't need FB so much if they had a large backyard :wink: .

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Design trend takes child's play out of backyards

I like that idea Sheznay.... I'd especially love to share next door's backyard coz they have a pool :lol: .
But the same here, we used…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Design trend takes child's play out of backyards

Melrich, I was reading through all the responses to the end, but was going to post something similar. We have about 650m2 - and although our backyard is still…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Ideas or quotes for backyard landscaping - question

Thanks ring09 - that's not too bad. My only concern is if you pay the $500 but don't like their plan :? . …

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Ideas or quotes for backyard landscaping - question

Hi folks,
We are wanting to start getting a plan together for our back yard. Currently it is a square patch, all lawn except for a perimiter of garden…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Black grout going white - and sealing tiles question....

Hi folks
We recently moved into a renovated house. The bathroom tiles are black and the grout is black.
Within the first week of using the shower, and mostly wherever water…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Questions about Brunnings Lawn Seed

Hi everyone
I think I have the name right.... previous owners laid Brunnings (?) lawn seed. We need to fill some dips and uneven patches around the back with some…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Getting our veggie patch started....

Thanks Lonnie - and excellent job on your veggie beds. We are hoping to have similar style beds (redgum sleepers, 3 high etc), but we weren't planning to line…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Getting our veggie patch started....

Thanks Fu.... I did go through some of those (at the top of this forum), but there were so many links, I wasn't sure which ones would be the ones…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Getting our veggie patch started....

Hi folks
We are just about set to start our veggie patch project. We have worked out where the beds will go, we have worked out the size, and we…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Removing excess rubber sealant

Hi Grinder,
Not sure I could - a) I would be worried I would scratch the glass, and b) it's such a fine film that it's not like I could get…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Eave depth to let in winter sun.....

Mummagoose, I tried again - but no go.
I know what you mean, that is what it *should* do for me, but it doesn't. My computer 'acts' as if…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
builder problem

Seems a bit rich to me.... is there a contract or anything that might state they have dibs on the old kitchen?? I'd be peeved too if someone came…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Removing excess rubber sealant

Thanks TheOK, I'd need to make sure I didn't get any remover on the actual sealant that we want to keep if using this product. But thanks for the…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Eave depth to let in winter sun.....

Mummagoose, thanks for that link. I got all excited when I went to the site because that is exactly what i need - but I couldn't get it to…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Removing excess rubber sealant

Hi folks
When the builders installed the bathroom mirrors/vanity etc (in both bathrooms), they ran a line of rubber silicone sealant at the bottom of the mirror - all good. …

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Eave depth to let in winter sun.....

Hi everyone
We have north facing living room with two double french doors.
Outside these doors we have deep (wide) eaves - I'd hazard a guess they are between 1.25-1.5m wide along…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
reasonable price for 2nd hand pavers??

Good idea donuts.
Thing is though, we already have them coming over for dinner in a couple of weeks time - and as for taking them out to dinner, we wouldn't…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
reasonable price for 2nd hand pavers??

Hi folks
We need to get some pavers to put inside our garden shed. I was thinking we would be happy with seconds or used pavers. Then, today, I…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Removing stickers from new appliances

Thanks everyone.
It's a right pain just peeling off the majority of the sticker, let alone attacking the residue with eucayptus oil or the like. I just did our toilet…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Fold out clothes lines attached to weatherboard???

Hi folks
Does anyone know if it is OK to attach those large fold out clothes lines to weatherboard (Ie side of weatherboard house)? We have only ever attached them…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Ideal placement of outdoor items (clothes line etc)

Thanks Helyn and Kek....
Although the placement of both shed and clothes line is going to be visible from our back living room through the french doors (because the entire yard…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Removing stickers from new appliances

Hi everyone
Can anyone recommend a good way of removing those 'water rating' (and the like) stickers from appliances/toilets etc without scratching/damage? I was hoping they would be the type…

10 years10 yearsCeebsCeebs posted:
Size of dishwashers and ovens - universal?

Thanks very much for all the info folks - something to be aware of if/when we replace items.
Thanks again.
Ceebs

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