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Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
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I had a very disheartening trip to my local (40km) Bunnings on Thursday. For quite some time now they have stopped stocking mgp10 structural/non-struc ...

rovergunn
New Contributor
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I do some playing around with old pallets have made a blanket box ,stand for the bathroom ,Hall way coat hanger, out door BBQ table and seat, Garden w ...

Claudeduck
New Contributor
3 replies

The internet and indeed, the Bunnings Workshop website, has plenty of stories of DIY raised garden beds. All of these look really good when they are ...

Marie2
Newbie
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Hi I want to build a desk that will fit up against a diagonal wall (so it will not be a perfect rectangle shape) Can anyone suggest the best wood t ...

hazesnow
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Made a mobile work bench and incorporated my table saw!      Changed top from MDF to reclaimed Tenpin Bowling Lane! Super strong!  

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
3 replies
kus
New Contributor
2 replies

Ricochet
New Contributor
8 replies

Hi. I have just bought an Ozito 12v cordless drill. Could I use the battery from that in an Ozito 18v Circular saw or other Ozito power tool.

vica
Experienced Contributor
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Hi,all, Thanks your help for those days. so I can finish many house working. I am still not sure :can I use liquid nails as glue for timber?Thank you! ...

Mikeyhz
Budding Contributor
26 replies

Hello everyone, is this a decent saw?(accurate,stable etc) Ryobi 1800W Table Saw (254mm) (RTS1526RG) I'm wanting to purchase my first table saw and ...

jkhandywoman
Budding Contributor
2 replies

I never liked the loop fence but will improvise ....keep the structure and redesign. I cut the loops off yesterday with my new angle grinder... I wil ...

Wouldy
Established Contributor
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  I am not able to put permanent fixtures on these walls. It is trust rules as it is a historical building that was built in 1863. So, I tried co ...

chengjianer
New Contributor
6 replies

recently there are a lot of caterpillars on our edible plant leaves, so i bought that spray to see if it will work. did i buy the correct one? or is t ...

dennisj46
Newbie
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I wish to add glue to the entertainment unit to strengethen it. The unit is made of laminated particle board. I suspect that higher viscosity is one ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Hi everyone, Whether it's a cherished lesson passed on from one generation to the next, a throwaway line from a mate, or something you've personally ...

-Mel
Regular Browser
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Hi, first time posting here Would love some ideas please  I'm needing a dog kennel but I can't find anything to suit our needs so I may have to get ...

hoppy68
New Contributor
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Can someone suggest the best line trimmer cord to use on the above.. Doesnt look like i can get the one that came with the device. Was looking proba ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
6 replies

I have various plans and visions for my house projects. What do you guys use ( software / computer-based tools) to turn your imagination into a digita ...

hazesnow
Budding Contributor
1 reply

 first of the leg pieces.  test fit! It’s looking good....  the sides are ready for filing and sanding started on the butcher block style bencht ...

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 ...

Sajee
Newbie
1 reply

Hi can I plant veggies and flowers after using zero weed killer on the raised bed ground

Redbomber85
Newbie
1 reply

I'm only a beginner with gardening and want to know how to successfully prune a bush/hedge without it looking hacked at. Also what are the right tools ...

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