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Alan72
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hannah
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Getting on board the industrial concrete trend by making these concrete vases over the weekend. Surprisingly very easy, using quick set concrete meant ...

ProjectPete
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What have you got planned for DIY jobs this long weekend (in Perth) and the upcoming Easter long weekend? Here's my thoughts on 5 worthwhile jobs th ...

theparlourroom
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Does anyone have any ideas to disguise an unused gas connection indoors? We’re putting a wall-hung cabinet above it, and I’d like to cover it with som ...

Poppop
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 Fairly easy to make this one. All you need is a router or jigsaw to cut the circles, a saw to cut the different lengths for the centre pole, a drill, ...

joineryjo
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     So I couldn’t find a plant stand that was the height or look I wanted so Bunnings to the rescue again! I did realise halfway for a stand this hei ...

Ajmod
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I have painted a couple of rooms in my house using Dulux Wash and Wear – Lexicon (full strength). Once the 2 coats dried, my rooms have come up looki ...

ec1234
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I have just installed a shelf with a wardrobe rail using plastic toggle drywall anchors (see https://www.mitre10.co.nz/shop/cobra-universal-anchor-ass ...

Quoth
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Hi all, Very excited about some upcoming renovations. We've discovered an invisible leak and it's finally given us the push we needed to replace the e ...

BrianTheBuilder
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I have a question on compatibility, as an example I have a box here for a 10MM COMPACT DRILL DRIVER KIT, it says 5 year warranty, PXCDK-150 (I know it ...

2Belindas
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Community Manager Jason
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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 ...

2Belindas
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bunlovers
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Hi guys! So I decided to DIY a shiplap look wall using plywood but im needing some help as to how to engrave straight lines but about 1cm wide each i ...

presumed_living
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Hi. I’ve been trying to remove old wallpaper in my bedroom for the last 5 years. I’ve tried steaming, goo off, fabric softener, wallpaper removal prod ...

vica
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Hi ,mates.We have a small area (130*320cm)in our kitchen that has wooden floor.We've noticed that bits of its colour seem to be flaking away .(picture ...

sandoorus
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I wanted to share with you my feature wall I made out of pallets. It is my entrance hallway. Everything I used was from bunnings.          

MelissaM1
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Hi,I am in a rental, and gained permission to hang curtains and remove the revolting verticals. Recent surgery prevented me from doing it myself, my n ...

Super66
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To cold to go outside, so I thought I would Design and 3D print some Super tyre valve covers for my wheelchair.. l

JRRed
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Hi, Recently I had all my internal doors painted white. They were previously painted in classic cream. All my door knobs are brass and cream and I wi ...

ShelleyBean
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I have moved into a "crummy" unit that is part of an old warehouse conversion. The concrete floor looks like it hasn't been touched at all - it's cove ...

fab01
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Hi I have a indoor tiled feature wall with semi porous wall tiles, these are matt but I would like to know if a gloss or semi gloss clear coat can be ...

eriktank
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Hi Everyone, so my latest project was making a 2 rustic handrails for our home. Originally out home had a wooden handrail with galvanised supports. P ...

redracer01
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G'day Everyone, My grandfather was forever making these things for my grandmother. Stools to sit on and doubles as a flower pot holder. This is grea ...