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Series 3, Episode 12
S3, ep12 Healthy Homes Australia
On this week's show, Dani is away on a secret assignment in NEW YORK CITY no less! So with very big shoes to fill, our good friend Jody Allen from StayAtHomeMum.com.au joins us for the day.
Today we are at home with Gary and Brett in the suburbs with their little lad Jimmy. Walt and Jody bring some great ideas for their place. Robot Mops- we've heard of the robot vacuums and mops, but do they work and are they worth buying?
The mould, lichen and moss is all over the outdoor surfaces at this time of year, so we have a novel way to get rid of it easily, plus to help get the kids off the screens and outside to play- we set up the world's safesty trampoline. And, Walt turns an old garage roller door into an automated system, something you can DIY this weekend.
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Born in Townsville and originally from a banking background, Dani Wales has a natural flair for designing contemporary liveable spaces. Dani shot to fame after appearing with her partner Dan Reilly on a hit reality TV renovation show in not one, but two seasons. Dani quickly established herself as the ‘queen of styling’ and her renovated houses in South Melbourne and Bondi have been universally recognised as ‘stylish’ and ‘beautifully resolved’.
Born and schooled in the UK, Walt Collins migrated to Australia as a late teenager. His path into the world of media was already well established by the universe from an early age. At 14, Walt began broadcasting his pirate TV station to his local neighbourhood in the UK via a wok satellite! A director in the UK discovered Walt’s work and a documentary called WalterVision was produced, airing in Sheffield. The young lad’s career in television was born.