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  1. Thread: DIY 101

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    A wrap is an excellent way, cheap, effective and...

    A wrap is an excellent way, cheap, effective and easy to change. One alternative could be to get/hire a spray gun and use that, or you could use a gloss roller to avoid brush marks, but make sure you...
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    i just replaced my central heating programmer,...

    i just replaced my central heating programmer, receiver and central heating zone valve on a like for like basis. It took me about 30 minutes to replace the motorised zone valve (which has 4 wires)...
  3. Thread: DIY 101

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    If the tiles are under the skirting then you...

    If the tiles are under the skirting then you might not have a choice. If not then I would leave in-situ, put down the new floor and mask, sand and apply whatever finish you want.
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    There is of course an alternative to the tiled...

    There is of course an alternative to the tiled floor. Assuming its level, simply cover it with a 8mm ply (glued down) and then put down something like Amtico, etc down.
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    Agreed especially as we have no idea what the...

    Agreed especially as we have no idea what the tiles are, how they are fixed and the sub straight they are fixed to.

    Personally i would get a bloster chisel and a lump hammer and try to remove...
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