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How to fill the holes and gouge in my door?

newfast
Experienced Contributor

Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

@TedBear 

 

This time sanding head didnt come off and done the sanding with bit trimming of honey comb

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  none of the masonite product available @ the closest bunnings and I ordered the closest description but will return if not suitable. Thank you for pointing out, appreciate it.

 

@EricL @MitchellMc  - you guys gotta nudge Carlingford store to keeo more stick lol...everything I touch is not available. I also had to substiture ur provided screw item..NA @carlingford store.

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newfast
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Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

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 just an fyi....delivery of the last one is $40

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newfast
Experienced Contributor

Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

@r23on it is 51cm both ways or 551mm

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TedBear
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Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

It looks much better now you've sanded the edges. Relieved to hear that the attachments are staying on the Multi-tool. I had a look at your model at my local store and noticed that it only has 4 lugs to locate the head, so it will be crucial to get the heads on accurately, as you have now found.  That's disappointing that it costs so much to get the masonite delivered. Have you tried asking neighbours if they have any left one Masonite? I always have some in my leftovers corner, so maybe others do too. (Sorry, I am not in your area. )

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newfast
Experienced Contributor

Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

@TedBear no I didn't ask the neighbours :smile:

If you be on my area, I might hv finished this by now and started something else :@)

 

Cheers

 

Edit:- collected order and yes that us flimsy plastic sheet mot sure why it came under masonite search. Will have to return and packers will need to be cut as required.

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 in my garage, I got few types of wood pieces but not the size or tyoe we need

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r23on
Valued Contributor

Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

ok the 915 x 610 will do the job and the preprinted provided you don’t make any mistakes. can you do click and collect yet?

I have only just received the photos of the sanding it has come up well. make sure you cut the new section larger in size so you can sand back as need for a good fit  

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newfast
Experienced Contributor

Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

Hi @r23on not sure why pics are taking time 

 

Re Order - I have collected my order but required masonite item isn't available for  click n collect :sad: 

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MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

Hi @newfast,

 

I've reached out to our team at the Bunnings Carlingford store and called in a personal favour to get this sorted for you. If you phone the store and ask to speak with Ashley, the Click & Collect specialist, she'll be able to work out a payment method (such as over the phone) and organise a sheet of 1220 x 915 x 3.2mm Masonite Whitecote for you to collect from the store.

 

I hope this assists.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Mitchell

 

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newfast
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Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

You rock @MitchellMc 

 

On the phone now, bundle of thanks :wink:

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newfast
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Re: how to fill the holes and gouge

Got the gear ...bug thanks to @MitchellMc and Ashley from store

 

Now tomorrow, I will just place the packers to show how it looks as honey comb may need to be removed or cut strips from masonite and put top mid and bottom.

 

I wanna get this part right as if I remove honeycomb fullly no going back.

 

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