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Itai
Experienced Contributor
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Hey All.What are your thoughts on painting an old brick veneer house (late 70/s early 80's I think)? I'm thinking of painting it with a light greyish ...

Elly2
Budding Contributor
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I thought I would do a practice run on using a battery operated drill, and just thought I would ask my fellow 'Bunningphiles' to see what they recomme ...

UmaB4u
New Contributor
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Hi....i bought a 2bhk Unit....it's unfurnished. so i am thinking of doing wood work with Space Saving Furniture like wall bed, sofa come wall bed...fo ...

emmajames
New Contributor

  You can change the look and feel of your home by adding details like fret work. Interior fretwork is used to decorate hallways, window bay ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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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 ...

AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
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Hi all, I need some help in relation to Expanded Polystyrene Cement (EPS) I was planning to move a few power points/sockets in our house, but have dis ...

nick626
Browser Extraordinaire
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 Looking for advice on how to repair old damage to my cork flooring caused from previous tenants moving appliances through and taking chunks out of it ...

Crystalbeth
New Contributor
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Does anyone know of any casual carpentry classes after work or on the weekends. Please share links if you have them. I'm located in Caulfield, Melbour ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Painting can be a fantastic low-cost way to freshen up a room and add value to a property. For a small investment, the right paint job can make a big ...

wendalls
Budding Contributor
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We are sleeping in a bedroom which has a window to a busy street. What are some simple ways we can sound proof without double glazing? At this stage w ...

prvz27
Established Contributor
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Note to moderators: Please do let me know if this post goes against the Workshop guidelines, as the post is related to a commercial site and not resid ...

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Hi,Our house is an art deco 1930s semi with period windows. One of the windows in the bedroom is a casement window with a wood frame. I would like to ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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I remember when I was a kid, there used to be plenty of wallpaper shops that I was dragged to with my parents when they were decorating. The shops wou ...

tmoyn
Budding Contributor
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Hi,I have been wanting to replace my fly screens for a while now and have finally managed to make my new screens including new frames and screen. I w ...

caru
New Contributor
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Hi All, We are in the middle of re tiling our house. We just finished removing the old tiles and now we were left with adhesive / mortar in most are ...

lesismore
Budding Browser
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My partner and I have been removing wallpaper from our house we recently bought. In one of the bedrooms we've noticed what appears to be mould. A frie ...

HyacinthBucket
Budding Contributor
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Hi This is from my previous home. You can see in the first picture the old staircase with carpet. Removed the carpet and replaced with tiles. ...

thezaza101
Budding Browser
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We had recently removed a wall-mounted AC unit which left behind 2 large cutouts in the wall, the holes are 309mm x 245mm and 75mm x 70mm. I've seen p ...

stelz
Junior Contributor
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Hey all, Hope you all doing well. Can I please get a suggestion on how to cover cracks on walls and ceilings Many thanks.      

IanPaterson
Newbie
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I want to replace aluminium fly wire with stainless steel, how easy is it to trim the stainless wire to the correct size?

MosaicsBabe
Frequent Browser
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       Hello All-Id like to introduce myself to the community. I am the daughter of an engineer and builder who has passed on his passion of DIY to me ...

Lumberhack
Junior Contributor
16 replies

                I’m aiming to begin a Kitchen, Bathroom & Laundry reno in the new year using Kaboodle/Bunnings flatpack. I’m having trouble coming up ...

Lumberhack
Junior Contributor
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                  Hi y’all, I’ve been lurking on here for awhile now, but am finally being driven from the shadows by a diy that I began a ...

envious2
Budding Browser
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Hi, I'm looking to install roller blinds off the shelf from Bunnings, however I will need to cut some to size.Do you know if this service is offere? H ...