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Michael11
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Hello,Was just wondering if anyone might know what type of timber the attached bench seat is made from? It is a bench seat in our kitchen that had a b ...

ee
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Hi there! I am up cycling a buffet table. Trying to remove the handles of the drawers before I can paint them. See the photo below, is that a nail or ...

eoneill15
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Hi, Looking to up cycle an outdoor dining table. Could you guys recommend the best wood. Don’t mind if it’s panels or one piece for the top. Dimension ...

hollyM
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Hi, I recently acquired this tulip table base it’s aluminium with a white matte powder coat.   If we are able to fill in or add a table top the oval ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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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 ...

JB2002
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I have purchased a set of furniture that has been coated with clear polyurethane, I want to sand it back and stain it to match my other furniture bett ...

hg1423
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  Looking for some advice on how to shave off ~5mm from the vertical part of the arm of the chair (it’s stopping the chair from sliding under a tabl ...

robchin
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I have been working at home now for about 15 months and my home office was very difficult to work in with 2 smaller desks. I finally got sick of it. W ...

mandy18
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I have a very old piece of furniture that has woodworm - how do I kill it?

Ash-1964
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I need to make the right size holes into the base of a drawer set, but with lockdown, I can’t just look at the legs. There’s not enough detail on the ...

redracer01
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G'day Everyone, Stick vacuum cleaners are great. But oftentimes you find that it does not stand well on its own. It usually ends up sliding or crash ...

theparlourroom
Junior Contributor
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  Hi helpful people. I’m purchasing a cintage dresser, and plan on removing the paint t, and refinishing the wood. I’m not sure what wood it’s made o ...

Simon
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Some quick before and after photos of a recent vintage furniture restoration project. My partner purchased this valet chair/butlers stool off Facebo ...

gvrgvm
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Hi Bunnings Workshop members, I'm interested in DIYing the above desk to be the following dimensions; 700mm (D) x 1500 (W) x 730mm (H) and will ...

Centrepiecefurn
Budding Contributor
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Here I used KABOODLE wall cabinets for shelving. Added a pine base & a custom top I made from pallet wood. Very happy with the out come     

carlie11
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  Does anyone know if Bunnings will cut all the pieces from the plan to size for me to make the truck bed I tried calling a store but couldn’t get th ...

Tara86
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Finally got sick of my 3 kids dumping their bags, shoes etc at the front door every night! Not to mention the ninja like moves we’d recreate while ent ...

theparlourroom
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I have stripped and sanded back a vintage cedar dresser that was painted white. But there is still paint in the tiny wood “pores”. I don’t want to san ...

Fitzie
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As a Carpenter's daughter I was brought up with wood shavings in my hair and the perfume of fresh wood... Spent many hours just watching my Dad chisel ...

boris
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My wife wanted a feature when we enter the house. So I suggested a natural timber, narrow, hall stand. And she wanted to place a mirror on the wall. S ...

caitlynrachelle
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Hi all, I am building a desk and am in need of advice on how to finish it. I'm using a Vic Ash Laminated panel 2400 x 900 x 33mm. I've filled in the k ...

Flick23
New Contributor
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Hi all, I have a question about how best to seal chip board? I have a cupboard that has water damage along an edge and has split. I just want to seal ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
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In need of a dining table & not a fan of flat pack, I had previously made a table using a merbau fence panel . That's now being consigned to the outdo ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Okay, so my working set-up at home isn't quite as bad as this, but I do need to sort myself out with a decent home office set-up.I think I thought the ...