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    I have just bought an acrylic worktop for my kitchen. I don't have any experience cutting acrylic kitchen worktops. I'm just wondering if anyone has any advice or know what the difference is with cutting acrylic compared to wood. Is it easy enough or am i going to need to hire someone that specialises in acrylic worktops?

    Asked by LAURA on 31st Mar 2020

    What is the standard height of a kitchen worktop? I have just had a new kitchen installed and the work surfaces appear to be quite a bit higher than the appliances. Any ideas?

    Asked by Lou on 31st Mar 2020

    Where is the best place to buy a kitchen from? I have looked at a variety of places (B&Q, Wickes, Wren ETC) and they all vary massively on price and quality. I am looking for something mid range, likely in a high gloss finish. Is it better to purchase myself and then hire a kitchen fitter?

    Asked by Beverley on 31st Mar 2020

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    I can't afford to replace my kitchen units but 2 of my drawers have started to fall apart. The strip on the side of the drawers that go into the runners have fallen apart. Is there a more affordable way of repairing them?

    Asked by Beverley on 31st Mar 2020

    What type of oil should I be using on my wood worktop? It needs treating but im not sure how and what oil I should be using. I've been reccomended Danish oil but im not sure how to apply it or if it’s the best option.

    Asked by Bill on 31st Mar 2020

    Hello there, I want to buy a new kitchen suite and would like to know where the best place to buy a full kitchen would be? I want to buy it and get it installed ideally unless it would be better to buy it separately? I'm after the full kitchen with units, worktops and built in appliances. Any advice on the best place to buy them from without getting ripped off would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

    Asked by Tushar on 25th Mar 2020

    Hello, I need to attach wall units to a wall in my kitchen. I keep drilling the holes for the plugs but they won't stay in and when I try to attach the unit they're coming out and bringing bits of the wall with them. There never has been and doesn’t seem to be any issues with damp and i think it is a brick wall as its backs onto my neighbour. How far should I be drilling into the wall? Are there any alternative options for me? Thanks in advance.

    Asked by Patrick on 25th Mar 2020

    I have bought new kitchen units for my kitchen renovation, but I am finding it very difficult to keep the wall units fastened to the walls properly. I follow the instructions from the pack, to drill and use fixing plugs – but whatever I do they do not seem to get any purchase on the walls. All I seem to achieve is more brick dust on my worktops. Has anyone any advice for this? Could it be the walls and not the units that are the problem? As far as I know, I am drilling for the units correctly, but they definitely haven’t got enough purchase to keep them up there. Any advice would be appreciated!

    Asked by Michael on 17th Oct 2019

    Hello, I have a fairly new kitchen worktop that has become damaged in one section, which will need to be removed. I would consider just replacing this one section of the worktop if I can, instead of seeking an entirely new worktop style again after just 2 years. Do kitchen fitters offer partial worktop replacements as a service usually? And is it possible to replace this one worktop section without upsetting the rest of the fittings and worktop areas? My only alternative would be to look at getting a new worktop entirely, so I would rather replace the single damaged section somehow, if it’s possible.

    Asked by June on 10th Jul 2019

    I have decorative tiling along the walls of my kitchen which have become stained over time. Some stains are very difficult to remove and some I’ve not been able to remove. These are ceramic tiles and are several years old (since fitting) and I would love to get them looking new again. Is there any best methods that would remove these stains completely? These are mostly stains from food and drinks, if this makes any difference.

    Asked by Patrick on 16th Jun 2019
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