That’s the sellers picture but I will be looking for a sealer, hopefully something to keep them looking wet (y)
It’s these Indian Stone ones and they come in a mix of 4 sizes:
If you can see the scratch you can usually rub it off with a Stanley blade.
If you can’t do that you would have to cut back to clean...
We use something called Milliput for that. I’d probably sink my grinder in to make sure it’s a clean and even gap.
Is it a Plasson or Philmac?
Plasson are really push fit and the nut stops the water pressure pushing the pipe out. They can show a...
There are lots that are covered, if you know where it is and it’s just covered with soil then it wouldn’t be too bad if you ever need...
It looks like it might be easier to cut the surround. Then just splodge it on some mortar.
I have some elasticated ‘Click’ branded ones with an elastic waste. No crotch or arse problems and I’m in and out of holes :) constantly.
Yes, but it was 21 years ago and she has thrown the ring back at me since then :whistle::LOL:
Basically, I pass her Gin then give me eyebrows a wiggle :love:
Yesterday I got some slabs delivered and stuck a few down after work. The ground is a bit more sloped than I thought so I’ve got a...
I think a guy has had this done for himself, I’ve walked past a few times and seen him there talking to the builders.
If the lead is exposed in your trench you should really go and weigh it in, for the environment, not the cash you will get ;)
No chance in there, we just potted some plants on top of the shed to hide a window on another house :LOL:
I liked the ones to the far left, how have they not gone straight up the side of the gable? I can’t understand how they did it so crap.
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