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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
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Many Bunnings stores offer a timber cutting service to help you get your wood home and get started on your project. Here are some frequently asked q ...

Salini
Newbie
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Hi, I am looking for free pallets. I live in Sydney Inner West (Strathfield South). Thanks

Ricochet
Budding Contributor
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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.

cave_it_up
New Contributor
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I’m looking at lining a metal framed shed inside to make it a man cave. I plan to line the walls in plywood but want to build some timber frames to mo ...

ivanptr
Established Contributor
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Hi everyone, We followed an online advice to make a diy temporary ramp curb using these safety cushion matt from bunnings. Works better than expectati ...

Sunda
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, We are in the process of getting our steel shed built, and was advised by the tradies that we should be insulating the whole shed, inc ...

JamesdB
Newbie
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Hi All, I am looking for advice on modifying the doors on one of the EnduraShed kits. I'm in the process of updating our existing shed with a larger o ...

David555
Budding Contributor
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Hello Im looking at repainting our garage door. What paint / what range should I use to do this? Colour is Midnight Sky. Colour bond match. Any help I ...

itsme_prasoon
New Contributor
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Hi,I have an Ozito (2000W 254MM) table saw. Please advise on what kind of dust extractor/collector will be best suited. Is connecting a vacuum a good ...

bilcruise
Junior Contributor
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Hi, I am thinking to build a weightlifting platform for my garage gym, something like this. As you can see the bottom layer is built by abo ...

krishnak
New Contributor
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       hi team iam looking to replace double garage rolling door bottom seal but when checked couldn't match existing with it B&D or moroday bottom ...

RTDavis
New Contributor
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I am looking for suitable timber to add as workshop bench top. The top will be screwed onto an existing cupboard. I require a piece of timber 2185 x 5 ...

pstq
Established Contributor
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We've had one of these Absco sheds for a few years, and I'm getting tired of the rain dripping off the roof, which makes the grass in front of the she ...

Hansi
Junior Contributor
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Hi Guys... I have an old shed with a tin roof and I want to fix up some guttering. The tin roof overhangs quite a way and my plan was to fix up some s ...

brendawebster44
Established Contributor
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My lovely neighbour and friend spilt dark blue paint all over my garage floor ,how do I get it off

J_Smart
Junior Contributor
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Hi all,I have a bit of a conundrum and am running out of space in my current workshop DIY area.I believe I can use the space a bit more efficiently bu ...

nsavi
Junior Contributor
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Hello I recently got the Ozito Hammer drill(PXBHS-100). I am using it for the first time today and I was trying to screw into a wood in Gear 1 setting ...

Hugo
Budding Browser
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Guys, I need to saw a Copper Pipe Brass Pipe Copper Tubes 4mm 5mm 300mm Long 0.45mm WallWould you have something to help? Thanks Hugo

jacvanheugten
Newbie
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Does anyone know if Bunnings sells a 2x input air extraction hose for connecting to both the DeWalt table saw dust outputs?

Gunna
Budding Contributor
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Another unusual request for advice... I am replacing the plastic cover for a ducted vacuum cleaner outlet in a wall (yes, these things still exist). ...

johnno4551
Newbie
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I purchased new Gerni hose yesterday, because we urgently needed to clean our driveway. The hose leaked badly, so I used thread tape, then a sealant, ...

Terence
Newbie
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Having trouble setting up my new Ryobi Sliding Compound Mitre Saw RMS254DB. Cannot move or straighten the saw blade

aerin
Newbie
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Looking for a solution to cut blocks of ice easy. Table saw is my best idea but would need to be able to handle the water. Any idea?

jollyyau
New Contributor
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Hi community! I am thinking about changing the way the tarp is fixed on my carport, as it has started to tear apart due to strong winds. For context, ...