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woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
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 We recently updated our kitchen bench with feature board

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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Good morning everyone, We are currently doing renovations to our backyard, I am looking for ideas on enclosing one side of our patio area. The area to ...

Lumberhack
Budding Contributor
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                I’m aiming to begin a Kitchen, Bathroom & Laundry reno in the new year using Kaboodle/Bunnings flatpack. I’m having trouble coming up ...

Lumberhack
Budding Contributor
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                  Hi y’all, I’ve been lurking on here for awhile now, but am finally being driven from the shadows by a diy that I began a ...

bjones92
Newbie
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Hi everyone, my name is Braden, just joined this website. I was wondering if you can hire someone in Bunnings to help me renovate my Millard?

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 ...

SuseMck
Budding Contributor
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I'm wanting to cover my pvc stormwater connections to protect the pvc (1) from the sun and (2) from physical damage as this is in my driveway. It also ...

carry
New Contributor
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  Hi all, I’m new to the group and wanted to thank you all for contributing to the advice in this forum which is invaluable! We are hoping to ren ...

Loulou2
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I am about to embark on my first ever Reno and DIY so a little bit daunted by the process. I am planning on updating my laundry which is a rea ...

gizzygal
New Contributor
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Kia ora! I've just bought my first home and am firmly in the dreaming stage about what I want to do when I move in - it's currently tenanted, so I don ...

Itai
Established Contributor
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Hi All.On everyone's advice, as I go, I'm going to break out my giant post into individual posts - starting with the Kitchen.I've already received som ...

JoeAzza
Budding Contributor
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I had decided to touch up my front timber fence, there was paint peeling off some areas on top of the fence, this was caused by bird droppings reactin ...

Snowy
New Contributor
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First time contributor here in the community. Love all the inspiration from other contributors. I’m in the process of installing additional storage ...

FHBNewZealand20
Budding Contributor
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Hi community! I'm a first home buyer and would love some advice. I have 0 knowledge on renovations and have been busily reading up over the past few m ...

HyacinthBucket
New Contributor
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     Hi everyone. Just started my house renovation about 4 weeks ago. So far I have just stripped out the plaster board and kitchen etc. I am making ...

ArashM
Budding Contributor
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I have a old shower hob where the curbs are made of bricks. the shower is too small, so i've decided to remove the curbs and make a curbless shower. ...

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

Shelb
New Contributor
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We've removed the tiles from our bathroom floor & it looks like they were glued down just wondering how we remove the glue without gouging big holes i ...

Wex
New Contributor
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Hi, Could anyone share your expreience about what is the best way(tools) to Remove the Glue? Taa

prettyliving
Super Contributor
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    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

jhooper
Occasional Browser
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Hi, new here, I'm renovating a caravan and looking for turquoise or mint/white squares linoleum like the black and white squares can anyone help?

Niknaks
New Contributor
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So my back door leads out into a covered entertainment area, however when it rains the wind blows it into the covered area drenching everything about ...

Triggiesmalls
Occasional Browser
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We are wanting to renovate this kitchen on a budget of about $7-10k and looking for ideas / inspiration as we're not sure where to begin! Looking to m ...

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.

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