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When drilling through hardwood, I suggest going at low speed and using cobalt drill bits they are tougher than your ordinary drill bits and are desig ...

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Any house built or renovated before 1987 might contain asbestos. Inside the house: - Backing of vinyl sheet floor covering - Carpet underlay - Ceme ...

Drilling straight holes is a fundamental skill in D.I.Y. and crucial for creating precise and professional-looking woodworking and construction proje ...

If you are keen to get hands-on experience with tools, my recommendation is to start with very simple D.I.Y. projects. Have a look at our step-by- ...

Merbau is an extremely durable, long-lasting, tannin-rich hardwood. It is easy to work with in terms of clean cutting and easy fastening. The top o ...

Bunnings has produced a step-by-step guide how to install a shade sail. The video can be found below. Please seek professional advice on what post ...

Many Bunnings stores offer a timber cutting service to help you get your wood home and get started on your project. Bunnings stores typically have ...

Start by taking a look through our How To section as we have many easy-to-follow step-by-step articles labelled with their level of difficulty. Tac ...

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Ryobi has a wide range of cordless tools, and a flexible battery system. To select the right equipment for your needs, it is important to disting ...

The moisture that drips from the underside of a steel patio roof can typically be attributed to condensation. Condensation occurs when warm, moisture ...

When drilling with a masonry bit, you should be making slow progress even if the drill is not in hammer mode. You should be able to drill into it wi ...

Fibro, or compressed fibre cement sheeting, has been a versatile and widely used building material for nearly 100 years. Unfortunately, in those da ...

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