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SLlo
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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 ...

JustG
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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 ...

donallen90
New Contributor
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Hi - we are in a rented house with low water pressure. Are there any shower heads that can improve water pressure?

Skyisblue
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We have 3 screens and would like replace with 2 screen (https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-1830-x-830-900mm-x-855-880mm-chrome-shower-screen_p0012606) ...

Caro
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I need to reseal the area between my bath and the wall tiles. As you can see from the pictures the entire bath area needs redoing. I also have a pro ...

MissFi
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How do you join the acrylic shower sheets in a straight line? They only come with a corner joiner?

aaronw
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Hi All, Please excuse my complete noviceness, I am completely new to this. With the pictured shower head, is that something I can install myself, a ...

suzie6
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 Hi after these brackets to attached towel rack to wall. If anyone has any ideas. The one pictured is too big, or perhaps someone might have another ...

kj2801
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I need some advice on how to fix these holes? Wanting to fill the larger one with some sort of cement with a plaster over the top? I've read so many d ...

DP
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hi guys, I want to replace our bathroom vanity with Bunnings vanity. Attached are my vanity and Bunnings's. Can I request Bunnings staff to for ex ...

Evie2
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Hi there! I recently purchased this 900mm mirror https://www.futureglass.com.au/collections/round-mirrors/products/round-satin-brass-stainless-steel-f ...

DIYgals
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Here is a little hack we have used to make what we think is quite a cute hand towel rail. Using only the following: - Tasmanian oak doweling - Cu ...

Upcycler01
Budding Contributor
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My husband renovated the laundry for me. Everything in the finished pic came from Bunnings. My husband did the whole project with the help of his D ...

kori
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Hi guys. I have hardwood floors in my laundry and 2nd toilet. We are going to be tiling over them. My question is- do we need to put cement sheeting d ...

Wendy_L
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Hi all! We are embarking on a big project of turning our downstairs space (enclosed but not sealed) into a full living space. The flooring is steel tr ...

Fooje
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I have used these: https://www.bunnings.com.au/ramset-wallmate-twist-n-lock-4-pack_p2260138 To screw this onto the wall: https://www.bunnings.com.au ...

bazzyboy
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What's the best drill bit to drill a 5mm hole into the 15mm-thick side of a vitreous china WC (toilet tank) or toilet tank cover. Once drilled, I'll i ...

NThake
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I've just pulled up the tiles to my laundry (1975 Warwick, WA house) and the laundry tiles essentially sat on a layer of screed and under that is bare ...

BarefacedNovice
Budding Contributor
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Hello again, Already amazed by the brilliant support here. Still trying to change the washer on the shower wall tap. I bought the multi tap spanner ...

bunbunny
Newbie
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If the rented property has a rain shower how do I change it into a handheld shower? I will like to change it back to is original rain shower when I mo ...

GingerNinja
Junior Contributor
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Hey team, I'm really lost on what plugs to get to install a shower over bath screen. There are hundreds of options and nothing really screams "tiles" ...

HH1
Newbie
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I had a leaky tap on the wall. So, I pulled it apart and put on new o-ring and tap valve. I put the tap back, screwed it back to the wall, but now whe ...

Soniakwok
New Contributor
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The toilet seat did not match the toilet and wasn’t comfortable to use it.  

Merv2
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I want to replace an old Caroma 'uniset' toilet pan. Just like to know whether Uniset 2 pans are identical to the older type? Thanks, Merv2