Hello Bunnings experts
Recently I want to cover the net on the window in the toilet , it causes wind and dust through year, what materials can I cover it
we also have an exhaust fan too, I believe it will be ok if I cover up the net.
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What does it look like from the exterior? It might be easier/look nicer if you covered it from outside. If you wanted to fix something to the interior, perhaps you could cut some Australian Handyman Supplies 1200 x 600mm 0.75 Galvabond Mini Sheet to fit the gap with tin snips and pop-rivet it in place. It could then be painted to suit the rest of the frame. Alternatively, you could use CustomWood MDF 900 x 600 x 3mm Standard MDF Panel if you painted it as we can cut it to size for you in-store.
yes! Another project for me 😊, I think I am very popular to ask the advice 😅
I don’t want to cover up the whole window ( the glass part is ok, only the top side with the metal net has to cover to avoid the wind and dust )
I believe covering this hole from the outside would look the best. I'd recommend using the Australian Handyman Supplies 1200 x 600mm 0.75 Galvabond Mini Sheet to fit the gap, cut to size with tin snips and pop-riveted in place. You could also use some 110 x 19mm x 1.8m Tasmanian Oak Dressed All Round DAR Select Grade cut to the frame's width. You can then pre-drill the timber and frame and fix the timber in place with Zenith 10G x 40mm Gold Passivated Countersunk Head Metal Screws.
Thank you for your information, I really don’t want to cover whole window, any more suggestion like a temporary tape only cover the net then I can change for every 6 months ?
I prefer the simple solution, it is much easier for me
Thank you very much