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  1. Just use white cement to seal it together with some white putty if necessary, the white cement itself will be ble to make sure your basin is held together and hide the cracks as well
  2. Had a similar issue in the past so far the only thing that managed to work for me was something called HCL89. It had managed to clean my tiles and restore them to their original self One good thing i like about it is that creates a protection layer that helps prevent my tiles from getting too overly dirty I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com Hope this helps you out
  3. You can also DIY the polishing yourself if you want You can polish/recondition your granite/parquet tiles by using something called HCL89 What it does is that it polishes and reconditions your granite/parquet tiles and also helps to create a protection for it so that always remains new. You can usually get it from from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com Hope this helps you out
  4. If you want to DIY, you can use something called HCL89.to polish your marble by yourself I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com What it does is that it polishes your polishes your marble and renews it (if its an old marble piece) Hope this helps you out
  5. You can use something called HCL89 to clean your homogenous tiles and restore them with it I usually get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com Hope this helps you out
  6. If you are looking for just the small parts, most hd shops should have
  7. Actually these types of stubborn stain problems are not uncommon actually
  8. I sent mine for dry cleaning for S$50 at the local dry cleaning shop, lol, came back like new
  9. I have a feeling it might be a leak at the cement skirting around the toilet bowl, hmmm
  10. where are you drilling, if at the beam, the power of drilelr won't matter one, it only matters if its a side wall
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