Sep 26, 2017 2:05 pm
I have just moved into a house which has a separate granny flat. The granny flat has a bathroom. The walls are already tiled and there is some sort or orange waterproofing on the concrete floor. There are chips and cracks all over this layer. There is also the remnants of a layer of dark blue paint that was put on and found not to adhere to the waterproofing, so it looks pretty awful at the moment and cant really be used. I have got quotes for tiling the floor and they are out of my range currently. I was wondering if I could get a waterproofing kit from Bunnings, redo the waterproofing and then put something like paving paint on top....rather hesitant as I can see previous dark blue paint didnt adhere to the floor. Has anyone got any ideas for an economic fix for this ugly bathroom floor
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