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Marija
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Dear Bunnings, I have Mimosa outdoor furniture (Honolulu) that I purchased from you about 2 years ago. Table, 4 xchair, bench, sun-lounge. I would li ...

MissionIsta
New Contributor
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Hi All, I pulled these off the kerb in Melbourne and just love how they came out. Merely stripped the top and restained, and cleaned up the rest. Wh ...

MarcL
New Contributor
2 replies

Old Mannual pad I had for the bench top and pine cuts.  

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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Neo19
Established Contributor
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Hello friendly workshopers, I have been looking for ideas to build a compact and neat workbench in the garage that is already crammed with things. Goo ...

DanManc
New Contributor
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Hi I need to cut a hole for my patio umbrella in the middle of my 6 seater aluminium outdoor table. i need advice on what to use, how to use it and h ...

Falcon
Newbie
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Hi There,Can someone please advise how to reduce the height of these brand new bar stools?We bought these stools recently and didn't check the height ...

DoSimpleBetter
Junior Contributor
7 replies

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 ...

Soledad
New Contributor
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Hi everyone!. Thanks for your attention!. I'm building an outdoor bench and I'm looking at the laminated panels as an option for the benchtop. I'm con ...

AAtkinson
New Contributor
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Hi All! I have some steel table legs (https://www.australianhairpinlegs.com.au/product-page/straight-flat-steel-dining-legs) that I will be screwin ...

taha
Budding Contributor
3 replies

how do i fix this ..any diy tricks \plz help

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
5 replies

I loved having a cubby house as a kid growing up. I wanted my kids to have the same fun with a cubby house as I remember, so decided to make it a lit ...

jessftwyatt
Budding Browser
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Hi! I have some very, very basic experience with restoring furniture but am overall a bit of a novice, so am hoping someone might be able to give me s ...

sandy12
Newbie
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I have an old metal pot stand I wish to bring back to life as it has part rust and part of the plastic is coming off. I want to know how to get off t ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
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Made from left over treated pine sleepers, sanded smooth on the top to reveal the beautiful grain. Cut to size to fit the planter trough and joined us ...

Demo
Junior Contributor
9 replies

Newqlder
Budding Contributor
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These two old chairs are my next restoration project. I will post some pics as I progress with the work.

Zach20
New Contributor
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  Hey guys, I’ve never done anything DIY before so I’m looking for advise on how to get started on building a bed like the the one below for my son. ...

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Hey all its me Dark. Been awhile since last log in but life got in the way as usual. so im back at it looking for ideas and wife has requested me to ...

Chaks_DIY
Experienced Contributor
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Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

rustyicon
New Contributor
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       Hi All, I’m very new to this, our first attempt at restoring outdoor furniture. We have a outdoor table & two bench chairs. Unfortunately they ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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Craig72
New Contributor
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Hi Reno Guys hope you all well Looking for recommendations for some to help us to build a buoy in looking tv feature wall with some store for DVD ...

cristina
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi all, I’m a total newbie at this sort of stuff. Today I made a side table for outdoors. I want to stain it next but I’m unsure of my next steps or p ...

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