FAQs about Removing Asbestos from Bathrooms

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Bathrooms are one of the most renovated areas of the home, and unfortunately for any home built in Australia before 1987, there is a very real risk that building materials containing asbestos have been used. Because of their insulation and water resistant properties, asbestos behind tiles, in fibro sheeting, and in the cement flooring of many bathrooms must be removed if these areas are to be renovated. Due to the risk of inhalation of tiny airborne asbestos fibres resulting in a range of fatal lung diseases, it’s essential that the hazardous material is always removed using the right approach.…

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How To Remove Wet And Dry Paint Stains From A Sofa

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If you are decorating and haven’t taken the correct preparations, it can be easy to spill paint onto the fabric of your sofa. By the time you have finished the job, the paint mark has dried into the sofa. Or, perhaps paint was accidentally spilled and you need to remove it while it is wet. Knowing how to deal with both situations can help restore your sofa after a paint spill.…

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How To Clean Your Oven Without Using Chemicals

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When you move out of a rented property, you have to leave it pristine for the new tenant as part of your rental agreement or else forfeit your deposit.  One particularly onerous task is cleaning the oven.  A visit to the supermarket or DIY store will reveal a whole arsenal of Eco-unfriendly oven cleaning products that will certainly clean your oven, but will also leave you with dizziness and stinging eyes for hours afterwards.…

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