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MarcL
Budding Contributor
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Hi all. I bought some of these metal 'U' shape items in the past from Bunnings and I've had no luck my last two visits to find them in store. Asked tw ...

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 ...

Dearie
New Contributor
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hi guys, I need to buy myself a cordless drill for small diy jobs like putting up hooks In the garage and curtain rods in the bedroom. What’s a good d ...

anonlas
Newbie
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 Hi there, This section of my timber floor in my kitchen Is flaking apart. It appears the previous owner must have filled it in with some form of c ...

rovergunn
New Contributor
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I do some playing around with old pallets have made a blanket box ,stand for the bathroom ,Hall way coat hanger, out door BBQ table and seat, Garden w ...

Wouldy
Established Contributor
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  I am not able to put permanent fixtures on these walls. It is trust rules as it is a historical building that was built in 1863. So, I tried co ...

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 ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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I have various plans and visions for my house projects. What do you guys use ( software / computer-based tools) to turn your imagination into a digita ...

Wouldy
Established Contributor
10 replies

I am going to buy some shelving from Bunnings to put up in this room. It is not allowed to be a permanent fixture. I am wondering what I can buy fr ...

Crystalbeth
New Contributor
4 replies

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 ...

vanderneut
Budding Contributor
4 replies

The entrance of our home has a two-story tall ceiling with a chandelier very high up. There is absolutely no way (ever!) I'd be getting on a tall ladd ...

gpsingh100
New Contributor
1 reply

Hi Team, I am really after your advice to buy the right product for my painting job...refer to attached pictures Question 1) I need to varnish and sta ...

Noyade
Super Contributor
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I love looking for those yellow clearance signs at Bunnings. I don't know if what's on clearance in one store is on clearance in every store - but I s ...

pjayakody
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello Could you please advise me on a film that I can use on Double glassed windows? Is it possible to stick reflective film on outside glass of the w ...

Poppyspatch
New Contributor
1 reply

I want to make a ladder to hang my quilts on but can't find the timber listed online. I just want an idea of cost before I go to the store. I have t ...

antheaol
Newbie
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our ceiling is peeling. We have checked, it is not moisture. We have had 3 painters come and quote but we will need to do this ourself. They all me ...

JI
Budding Contributor
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Can someone please explain how to disassemble a pallet without splitting too many pieces? What tools will I need? Thanks.

andrea2
Newbie
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I am currently in Broome and my house here is overrun by small cockroaches. I have cleaned the place to the best of my ability and gotten rid of the f ...

joc
New Contributor
3 replies

I have cement fibre sheeting walls and want to hang industrial piping rails for clothes onto it but not sure what anchors or toggles to use. The ceme ...

Henk
Newbie
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Despite having a doggie door the dog insists on tryin to open the sliding mesh fly screen between the sunroom and garden. I'm now mending the shredde ...

nirmal1988
New Contributor
8 replies

I purchased a TV Unit set online. Unfortunately, when it arrived the top piece (where the TV sits) was broken and I was provided a replacement of the ...

ColetteP
Budding Browser
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Hi, I'm looking to ask my husband (or perhaps my builder) to try to create/replicate the timber barn door in this picture as I can't seem to find anyt ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi all & happy New Year!2020 is behind us and wasn't it a doozy... Like many people I was still getting into my projects at home especially as our nev ...

Samantha2
New Contributor
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I am revamping my dining table and 6 chairs just the frames. Have tried just sanding but taking too long to get through it so my next step is paint st ...