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mervb
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Can I use foam under floor foam insulation for the ceiling of my garage.

Andrew7
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Hi everyone, new member, just moved into my first house and experiencing the fun of DIY. I'm building a deck out the back door and am trying to work o ...

Noyade
Valued Contributor
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I saw this in today's Aldi catalogue. 710 watts. Would this be a 'brushed' motor - therefore loud like a corded drill? Too small for an induction moto ...

faisal-s
Budding Contributor
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  I have moved into a house and found this letterbox cover missing all my mails are either getting wet or torn into pieces by snails living insid ...

Noyade
Valued Contributor
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I have a plank with hooks. Thought about building trestle supports from galvanised pipe - but the expense? I then found pipe which fits perfectly with ...

Noyade
Valued Contributor
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I always felt the 50 mm height on the vice ends on those foot operated vices too small. I'm in the process of making a poor man's version of the Trito ...

Noyade
Valued Contributor

In the mailbox today. Is this something new for Bunnings? Or did you have it last year? Very impressive quality - better than the butcher paper with l ...

Malcy
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, first post for me! I’m about to kickstart our downstairs renovations (kitchen and engineered hardwood flooring). A particular issue we ha ...

adamlin
Junior Contributor
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what would be the best weed killer for these on the photos? Thanks   

Smithrj
Junior Contributor
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Hi, I tried to change over the cutting blades in my Ozito Rapid Shredder. The screws holding the blades down were very difficult to loosen. After seve ...

Rogerd
Newbie
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i am going to purchase a scandia 14 series heater part no; 3171288, I HAVE A 2.7 meter cieling with a flat roof, how high is the flue kit that comes w ...

j_nilesh
New Contributor
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Hi All , I am planning to build small pergola to the side of my alfresco. Just wondering "How to attach small pergola to metal fascia" Bunning video t ...

dragonfly
New Contributor
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So I’m going to make this bed https://www.ana-white.com/woodworking-projects/camp-loft-bed-stair-junior-height Junior camp loft bed. I think I may h ...

hasansheikh
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi guys, Need some advice, I'm thinking to put a synthetic grass on side way and front yard. There are mostly lava rocks there. Do I have to remove ...

Bee73
New Contributor
4 replies

I removed my chase off my lounge by cutting it the leather from the chase fits perfectly over the end of the lounge but what is the best way to glue ...

SLlo
New Contributor
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I have a hall cupboard where the back has come off now the internal brick wall is exposed and looks very rough. I dont know or nor do I have th ...

Derby_Homer
Newbie
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Hello, Trying to figure out how I could add a fly screen to this window. There is no gap where it could fit when the window closes on the outside of ...

JustG
New Contributor
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Hi all, currently renovating bathroom and toilet. Am painting the skirting, door frames and window trims white. Have sanded them down and then used Ta ...

Remarka6le
Experienced Contributor
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A sturdy dog bed built for Rottweilers designed to look good and slide in/out under a King sized bed. The projectWhen we first moved into our new hom ...

jarrahlo
New Contributor
1 reply

We recently moved into a house and the previous owner had removed gutter clips from the back gutters which h results in it overflowing with any rain h ...

donallen90
New Contributor
10 replies

Hi - we are in a rented house with low water pressure. Are there any shower heads that can improve water pressure?

kaityj
Newbie
1 reply

What's the best coloured paint to use on a dog bed made of wooden pallets?

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