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    We have a listed grade 2 house built in 1850's. Over the years previous owners varnished and painted the internal bathstone windows (all 9 of them) . I have painstakingly worked on getting this off (so far done 3). There is damage, not just on the joints but all over including the top curves. How do I get a really nice repair finish without it looking bodged??

    Asked by Martyn on 13th Apr 2021

    How do l clean exterior natural stone, it is very dirty and slightly green in places

    Asked by Janette on 27th Feb 2021

    How much will it cost to cut and fit a secondhand quartz worktop? Is it a cost effective way of getting a nice top?

    Asked by Charllene on 17th Nov 2020

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    Is it mould?? I’ve got white patches along the wall outside my house, it’s the side that never sees sunlight so I think it could be mould or something. How can I solve the problem?

    Asked by Jenny on 11th Apr 2020

    What would be the best way to clean paint off window sills and take this back to the original stone ?

    Asked by Darren on 8th Sep 2019

    Hello I have stone walls for my house which have been damaged and eroded over time that may need refiling, with some small patches of decolourisation in some areas from erosion/damage over time. These are Bath stone walls specifically and, where possible, I would like to resolve this myself. Are there any suitable materials that I can use without damaging the stonework?

    Asked by Julie on 26th Feb 2019

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