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DIYology
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Pull out options for small cabinets that are otherwise unusable gave me the idea to utilise the space next to my fridge in this way. Its really han ...

Chaks_DIY
Experienced Contributor
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Hi all. We have finally completed our backyard makeover after doing a bunch of smaller projects to bring it together.There will always be more adju ...

raymondo
New Contributor
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I have the dreaded job of moving house, which of course, includes tools in the workshop. On previous occasions, due to the weight of tools, I have mad ...

akajain
New Contributor
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Hello everyone, I have laid pavers in backyard. I think these pavers are high porosity. (Please see pictures). Is it a good idea to apply sealer on th ...

Shannon
Experienced Contributor
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jsabz
New Contributor
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joineryjo
New Contributor
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     So I couldn’t find a plant stand that was the height or look I wanted so Bunnings to the rescue again! I did realise halfway for a stand this hei ...

hbye
New Contributor
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I am attempting to extend the height of my colourbond fence and have purchased the extension posts, the extension panels and the capping post with the ...

joineryjo
New Contributor
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 Hi everyone, just thought I’d share some pics of my cheap mainly Bunnings and Ikea balcony renovation.I never was a fan of Astro turf but got a barga ...

lcooksey88
Budding Contributor
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  It was time to say goodbye to our kids sand pit & cubby house and hello BBQ summer days and winter firer pit nights. we have used merbau screens f ...

debby1
New Contributor
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Hi there, I’ve searched but found nothing on making a bench seat using hebel.., does anyone know if this is a strong enough material to make one pleas ...

mh
New Contributor
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I want to place some posts on existing concrete using Pryda bolt-down post anchors. https://www.bunnings.com.au/pryda-post-anchor-bolt-down-w-washer-1 ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

RayaJane
New Contributor
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Good afternoon guys. I’m looking to build an outside Kaboodle kitchen. I’m at a loss on how to design the BBQ drop in section. It would seem I’m missi ...

tremas
Budding Browser
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Hello We've removed the tiles on the back step and the plan is to smooth the concrete underneath and then paint it.Our plan is to do this with an angl ...

ravstk
Budding Contributor
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Hi Guys Small help. I am looking to use the vertical pavers https://www.bunnings.com.au/decor8-tiles-600-x-150mm-hotham-large-panel-stone-6-pack_p3 ...

DoSimpleBetter
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I thought I'd share a few photos of a project my Dad and I completed when I first moved into my apartment. Air-conditioning units like ...

JoeAzza
Occasional Browser
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      I made this food platter board using tassie oak and decking timber, I am not sure what type it is, but it was bought from Bunnings, very ...

benjiC1980
Budding Browser
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  Hi all. I’m looking to build something similar to the concrete and timber table featured in one of the Bunnings inspiration vids but am concerned a ...

sankars
New Contributor
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Hello Experts, Have gone through couple of videos and community posts on outdoor screens. I would like to get your advice on installing timber scree ...

DoSimpleBetter
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I'm considering raising the height of an existing steel balcony railing by at least 60mm. At this stage it's still a concept and I'm con ...

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