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Lumberhack
Budding Contributor
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                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
Budding 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 ...

HyacinthBucket
New Contributor
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     Hi everyone. Just started my house renovation about 4 weeks ago. So far I have just stripped out the plaster board and kitchen etc. I am making ...

Shelb
New Contributor
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We've removed the tiles from our bathroom floor & it looks like they were glued down just wondering how we remove the glue without gouging big holes i ...

Wex
New Contributor
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Hi, Could anyone share your expreience about what is the best way(tools) to Remove the Glue? Taa

Newqlder
Budding Contributor
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These two old chairs are my next restoration project. I will post some pics as I progress with the work.

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi team!Thought I'd share something with you that may be helpful...We've been extending & renovating and are now working on moving internal walls etc. ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We recently completed phase 1 of our renovation and had most of our house professionally painted. The rooms look completely new apart from the ugly ...

Jillie1
New Contributor
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1980's wooden stained spiral stairs need re-furbishing to cover water stains and scratches. At present a very well worn walnut colour - any suggestio ...

ShelleyBean
Junior Contributor
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Hi folks, I'm having a carpet laid on top of the concrete floor in my unit. But first I want to fill the huge gaps between the skirting board and the ...

DionSouthwell
New Contributor
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Hi, I have small tiling job coming up and need a little advice on adhesives. Please see the picture with tiles laid out on cement floor. Without adhes ...

courmic
Newbie
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Any advice on doing this oneself or a restorer in West Australia ? that doesn't charge the earth ?

jfo888
Budding Contributor
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Has anyone made a door for barn door style out of VJ panels ? or something similar ? I need a 2100 x 1800 wide door but the barn doors are solid pine ...

marikaknows
Budding Contributor
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     I’m so excited we are finally moving forward with phase 1 of our ‘Great Brick Coverup’! 80s be gone, we are bagging it then in phase 2 we will pa ...

Tommmo
New Contributor
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I have a vertical panel of woodgrain laminate at the front of our kitchen bench. It is dark woodgrain - far too dark for the rest of the decor and I' ...

PhilB
New Contributor
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Hi all,I've got to renovate a house and the garage wall shows signs of humidity coming through the brickwork. It had been painted with appears to be a ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
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Hi Everyone, I'm sharing a few different details from renovation projects I've had on the go... As I've said in my previous post, I enjoy the feedback ...

Quoth
Budding Browser
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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 ...

DonnaL
Junior Contributor
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Hi Folks, We are investigating the pros and cons of having our tiles in the bathroom ... general wall and inside shower wall, kitchen splashback and l ...

BrianTheBuilder
New Contributor
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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 ...

Jack-frelow
Newbie
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Does Bunnings have a service for cutting small or large pieces of stone and if they do is it for free? An example can be if I needed a tile to be cut ...

thismodernlove
New Contributor
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Hey all, We have a small sunroom that connects to a laundry room and an a WC. Our pets have currently taken over (a puppy and a kitten) and I occassio ...

jaimew
Budding Contributor
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Hi, i recently purchased a 1000x700mm fibreglass garden pot cheap at Bunnings as there were cracks. I youtubed how to repair fibreglass and after sl ...

Tutu
Budding Contributor
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Dear all, I am purchasing a house with a very bad condition and want to renovate it mostly by DYI to keep the budget low. Can you suggest to me what i ...