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redracer01
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Hello Everyone, As a birthday gift for myself I decided to buy the Ryobi 2000psi Pressure Washer w/ deck cleaning system. It comes with an extra wand ...

EdwardW
Junior Contributor
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When I got tired of having various size spice jars piling up in the kitchen cabinet, I decide to make this drawer unit which sits inside of the cabine ...

firsthomereno
Newbie
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Used everything from Bunnings including the gold drawer knobs! - Door trim used to frame each drawer - Paint (Dulux Natural White) - Gold handles (a ...

sapphi
New Contributor
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Hi community I have a standard pine timber fence that I would like to paint. Painting manually. As a guide how many square meters do you get out of ...

craftyhopper
Budding Contributor
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         A neighbour was throwing this out, so I got it for free!The draws looked like a sad face ☹️ so I covered them with ply for a flush lookT ...

veruca_boi
Budding Browser
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Hey all, Considering doing some DIY with refreshing the window trims, as the lacquer is starting to peel off a lot of them, but unsure which is the ri ...

kjkishore
Budding Browser
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I want to paint the old baby cot. Please advice which baby safe paint i need to use ((Non Toxic). Thanks in advance.

vica
Experienced Contributor
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Hi! I now want to repaint my bench top and cabinet doors in the kitchen,want them look new and bright.         I notice the topics of renew kitc ...

koshie
Budding Contributor
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   hi, I have done some high pressure cleaning of my driveway. I think I should use a sealer to seal and make this cleaning effort last longer. An ...

NikkiMaree
New Contributor
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I absolutely hated the timber look laminate and green tiled splash back in our house. so using a few cans of the white knight renew, the hardwood u ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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We've been working on our kitchen over the last 6+ months. We managed to get the following done Painting the cabinets, Adding more cabinetry, New appl ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We have been slowly transforming our 'backyard' AKA courtyard since moving into our Victorian inner city home. The previous owners kindly left us a ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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Linen/broom closet  Took some time this weekend to build some shelving in our broom/linen closet. It originally didn't have much to offer a ...

stelz
Junior Contributor
10 replies

Hi All, Hope everyone is doing well. Just finished my latest DIY project. Downstairs guest toilet. It's incredible how painting can transform a space. ...

MitchellM
Valued Contributor
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Baby number two is only a couple of months away, so their big sister needed to relinquish the cot and move up in the world. Perhaps it was the tugg ...

Emu12345
New Contributor
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Hi i have a metal Emu in garden and it’s rusting. I would like to repaint. Looking for suggestions for paint type and colours. thanks

Bunnings MakeItYours
Bunnings
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This week it’s the Master Bedroom that’s gets a makeover, courtesy of D.I.Y. style queen, Geneva Vanderzeil. This savvy designer is all about showi ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Sorry it’s taken me longer than expected to get this post up. Back on the Easter long weekend I dedicated my time to a few things around the hous ...

vica
Experienced Contributor
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  Hi, mates ! This is my dust basket . Any advice help to improve it ? Thank you ! Vica

Lucille
Budding Contributor
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My goal was to create a homely kitchen, not too modern as I dont find modern kitchen homely, but modern appliances, by reusing some existing pantries, ...

wronskipaula
New Contributor
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Hi everyone My first attempt at chalk painting! I am not sure about the old timber edge - usual thing is to match in with the top or decorate in som ...

Paul5
Budding Contributor
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Hello community, we have pavers at the front entrance and in the courtyard. They are of the rough, sandstone type.we wish to change their appearance. ...

michael183
Budding Browser
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Nic87
Newbie
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Hello, I am hoping someone can recommend a really low VOC paint. Ideally a satin/eggshell finish to be used on furniture. I have attached a photo of m ...

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