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spacepolitix
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Hello,This is my first ever DIY furniture item. I want a cabinet that can fit a dishwasher and an oven, but there wasn't anything cheap.I've attached ...

emmajames
New Contributor
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        Over the weekend we completed a little project - we turned our skinny posts into something pretty amazing. We even completed a DIY ...

joineryjo
Budding Contributor
15 replies

     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 ...

Pindu
Newbie
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AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
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   Hey all DIYers. I’m renovating my laundry. The bench top is going to be white, as are the cabinets. The paint is Brighton Mist, a very light grey b ...

Caron
Experienced Contributor
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Looking for picture inspiration - I am debating between blue or white cupboards. Currently have black bench tops which are in good condition and don't ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I made good use of some time off over Xmas/NY and got a few things done around my own home which tends to be more of a rarity these days with everythi ...

kalradeepak
Junior Contributor
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I would like to start painting walls but not sure what paint accessories should I be looking? Any advise would be appreciated Also I have very dark br ...

Chez1
New Contributor
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Have never done any painting before so want to do a few pieces of my furniture in chalk paint, don’t want it to look vintage or antique, can you help

JoeAzza
Established Contributor
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Whilst I was watering my plants on Valentines day, morning, I noticed that one of the lower weatherboards had a small lineal depression on it. I decid ...

tmoyn
Budding Contributor
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I have recently started removing wallpaper from three bedrooms in preparation to paint. I realise I will need to fill the gaps but I'm wondering if s ...

Namrata
Occasional Browser
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I have one vanity door cracked under the bathroom sink due to water dropped from the sink. I am not sure how to repair it. I am facing lots of stress ...

SaraKearney
New Contributor
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This is my first major DIY project. I'm wanting to update the kitchen, and after lots of research I plan to paint the kitchen cabinetry and carcases w ...

Itai
Experienced Contributor
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Hey All.What are your thoughts on painting an old brick veneer house (late 70/s early 80's I think)? I'm thinking of painting it with a light greyish ...

Mafumov
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi wondering what the best spray paint and/or process would be to paint these blue polyethylene Acapulco chairs to a matte orange (light and bright) ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
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What a epic transformation in our backyard! I used the Dulux Rapid Finish Spray Gun and Dulux Rapid Finish Paint! This is only one coat so far, bu ...

OneMansFool
New Contributor
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Hi folks. I recently bought an apartment in a 1970s brick block, w/ rendered brick interior walls in fairly shabby condition. It’s a fixer-upper. Ever ...

Chantal
Occasional Browser
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Hi! I'm wanting to paint some old concrete pots which will kept out in the weather. Just looking for some advice on the best primer and paint for the ...

mh
Budding Contributor
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What should I use to provide a water repellent top-coat over an already painted balcony handrail? To help the water to bead and run off. Thanks.

gpsingh100
New Contributor
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Hi Team, I am really after your advice to buy the right product for my painting job...refer to attached pictures Question 1) I need to varnish and sta ...

Navz
New Contributor
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Hi, I have a large rectangular outdoor patio area which is covered from top and two sides and exposed from the remaining two sides. This area is lined ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Painting can be a fantastic low-cost way to freshen up a room and add value to a property. For a small investment, the right paint job can make a big ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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I sprayed our backyard fence on the weekend. We had some old sections of fence which didn't look great, especially near new boards. The spray gun w ...

Max1
New Contributor
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hi I need a bit of advice I want to paint my shower base but am not quite sure what it is made of it would be about 30 years old if not more can I use ...

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