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Hi Bunnings Community,
I may have done something wrong here. I had to dig the old drainage pipe from the pit to change the inclination and now the hole in the pit is a bit bigger than before.
I don't really want to change the pit. Is there something I can apply to plug the hole? something of a waterproof tarp? Any advice?
Given pits are not pressurized and with the grid on you cant see it. Pretty much any thick plastic would be functional. At a pinch even a milk bottle and a tube of silicon to seal it. Not pretty but would do the job. JDE
Great to see you making your first post in the community after being with us for some time @flolemens. Welcome.
It's also fantastic that you've already received helpful advice from @JDE.
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