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    Remove mortar stains Indian sandstone

    Ive got a few off cuts so was going to try a watered down solution of bostik mortar & Brick cleaner
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    Security light replacement bulbs advice

    Tbh the pir isn't great on the current light you can walk halfway up the drive before it switches on.
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    Security light replacement bulbs advice

    I'm sure you were expecting this but obviously the cheaper the better under £50. I bought 2 solar lights to replace the 2 b&q lights last month but can't use 1 of them where the one in the pic is as it doesn't get the sun,and I've backtracked a little as I'm thinking mains will always work...
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    Security light replacement bulbs advice

    Yes I've looked at there lights they are expensive just after a decent enough pir light
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    Security light replacement bulbs advice

    Bugger so means I can't use leds to save money? Yep I think it might be time for a new light but it's a minefield trying to get a decent outdoor light
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    Security light replacement bulbs advice

    Hi I've a 6 year old b&q licina blooma security light which was using halogen bulbs. I bought some G9 bulbs hoping to replace the old halogen bulbs and went for these https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F1P81GZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabt1_frdVFbFFJZSWQ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Hoping they would brighten...
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    Cracks between ceiling and wall

    Hi after some advice on what would be best to solve the hairline cracks which keep appearing in our spare bedroom. I sanded them down the other year and filled but they've come back,i think i tried caulk last year.The worst is the spare bedroom where the crack goes the entire length of the wall...
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    Just waiting on some tap tails then I'll make the changes,next problem will be changing the old sink hoping it comes out okay as I don't fancy damaging the work surfaces
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    Went into 2 plumbers shops today and they kept asking why I needed the tap connectors  just connect the flexi up to the angled valve, just tighten it 1/4 at a time just give me the bloody adapters.... :mad: Managed to get them in the end had to go screwfix
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    Thanks for the help. Why would you use a tap tail adapter rather than just screwing it direct? Just wondering? Is it more secure?
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    Something like this? I'd be happy to angle it away from the bottom of the sink locking nut. I thought I needed full bore as it's on the mains...
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    Well we've water again waste pipes fitted back and no leaking. Just the cold flexi pipe which worries me I might call a plumber out to fit Copper tap tails for please of mind as I'm worried about coming downstairs in the morning to a flooded kitchen.
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    You can see the amount of room I've got to play with. I'm just using the old 400mm tap tails which don't look great. If this doesn't work I'm not sure what to do as the cold feed is still too high
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    I can't really cut the copper pipes back anymore
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    Connecting tap tails to isolation valve

    So is there a way to connect it to the isolation valve I've found these in the garage.
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