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ck
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Hello Everyone,I am new in Bunnings workshop community.Me and my wife trying to renovate our bathroom in budget in our ways because this reno story st ...

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 ...

Ryjh
Budding Browser
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I’ve built a few frames for outdoor picnic style tables, finally chose to go with Forrest red gum for the tops of the bench seats and table. What woul ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We recently completed phase 1 of our renovation and had most of our house professionally painted. The rooms look completely new apart from the ugly ...

JRRed
Junior Contributor
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Front porch eastLast year I posted that I had had my pebblecrete pool completely re-surfaced. (See my first post for before and after). Now I would l ...

LukeBrowning
Budding Contributor
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We've got a pink bath in our place and I hate it. We've had people say you can get a bath re-enamelled but I wondered whether you could DIY. Could I p ...

Jillie1
New Contributor
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1980's wooden stained spiral stairs need re-furbishing to cover water stains and scratches. At present a very well worn walnut colour - any suggestio ...

karenw
Newbie
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Hi there - I'm a DIY novice looking for some pointers. I recently had a leak from my bathroom, which leaked into the cement wall :-((( The leak has be ...

Sugar
Budding Contributor
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Hi guys, I suddenly started noticing screws underneath the ceiling around my house. Actually, I started noticing them when I was painting interior wa ...

jcrichardson026
Budding Browser
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A two inch hole in the top of a laminated table (laminate over particle board) Filled hole with Selleys Plastic Wood. Now what do I do? 1. Type of S ...

Maymay
Junior Contributor
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Hi sirMy main entrance door need to be repainted so do I need to sand before paint? What sort of the paint do I use?Thank youBest regards Maymay

far213
Budding Contributor
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we decided to paint our wooden kitchen cabinets. Unfortunately, after applying two coats of undercoat (!!!) we found out what we had applied was actua ...

Maymay
Junior Contributor
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Hi sirI got few cracks on exterior wall, can you give me some idea how to maintenance Thank you Maymay

stelz
Budding Contributor
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Hey all,Just wanted to show you the progress of my kitchen revamp.We used the Dulux Renovation Range.Two-tone kitchen colour. 3 for the painting.We ...

caseydoust93
Newbie
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hi there just a question how to paint a skirting board without getting any paint on it

Maymay
Junior Contributor
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Hi online expert team could you give me some methods to cement my uneven wall that was damaged from rain, what sort of cement I should use thank you ...

Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hello I am looking for a concrete paving paint that basically is a stain that will provide a wet look but still the water will be able to get into the ...

gpop
New Contributor
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Having my roof changed from tiles to Woodland Grey colorbond and we currently have an evap cooler in terracotta. Without having to replace a perfectly ...

Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hi guys need some advice on what type of chalk board paint I can use on laminate!

stelz
Budding Contributor
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Hi All,So I have started painting my kitchen cabinet with the Dulux Renovation range. I scrubed thoroughly, sand and used primer before painting. I w ...

ebonyb
Budding Browser
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I was hoping someone might be able to point me in the right direction of what paint is appropriate/non toxic to repaint a bird cage with?

ravit
Budding Contributor
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Hello DIY community members,I am new to this community and having browsed through several inspiring creations by so many talented DIYers. I'm amazed a ...

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