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EGGENZ
EGGENZ
15 December 2004

Timer Exhaust Fans

Timer Exhaust Fans

ALTHOUGH THEY'RE NOT TIMBER, THE IXL TASTICS ARE VERY GOOD. AVAILABLE IN 2 AND 4 GLOBE MODELS. THIS PRODUCT HAS A HEAT LAMPS AND ALSO EXHAUST FAN. VERY GOOD FOR…

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EGGENZ
Dec 15, 2004 7:01 pm
EGGENZ
Fidget
Fidget
12 April 2005

CLAW FOOT BATH SCREEN

CLAW FOOT BATH SCREEN

NSW, but I will still investigate them. Thanks

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Fidget
Apr 12, 2005 6:05 pm
Shane
Shane
27 April 2005

Water Proofing an Existing Shower - Help

Water Proofing an Existing Shower - Help

Hi Tim Well, well another leaky shower. The most common cause of leaking showers occurs between the floor and wall joints of the shower recess. · Up to 90% of showers…

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Shane
Apr 27, 2005 2:49 pm
Shane
Shane
Shane
7 July 2005

Marble tile floors & subflooring

Marble tile floors & subflooring

Bella that’s the best option, I would even recommend you use the waterproofing over the whole floor not just the joins. yume_87 however it is a must to waterproof the…

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Shane
Jul 07, 2005 12:02 pm
Shane
ausdesign
ausdesign
13 October 2005

Tiling to Ceiling

Tiling to Ceiling

The only way to get a good professional finish will be to remove the cornice & then replace it after tiling. Fiddly job but not beyond the DIY level. Make sure the row of…

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ausdesign
Oct 13, 2005 8:51 am
ausdesign
ausdesign
ausdesign
13 October 2005

Fan in laundry?

Fan in laundry?

In short - no. Unless for some strange reason you have a toilet in there and there's no openable window !!

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ausdesign
Oct 13, 2005 8:55 am
ausdesign
borg
borg
19 December 2005

Tile/Glass Cutter

Tile/Glass Cutter

i used to have a hose trickle onto the glass when i was a glazier to prolong the life of the bit and reduce the chances of the glass cracking. i guess it would work the…

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borg
Dec 18, 2005 11:56 pm
borg
borg
borg
19 December 2005

Frost Bathroom Windows

Frost Bathroom Windows

for a more permanent solution (and artistic if you so desire) you could always have it sandblasted. see my link if you aren't sure what that is :)

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borg
Dec 18, 2005 11:58 pm
borg


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