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flightpath
Newbie
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Looking for advice on what products I’ll need to patch this chunk that someone has taken out of our wooden arch.  

Prof
Super Contributor
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This question is the most ridiculous question I've ever asked !! How do you clean uncleanable glass?!! Let me explain..I have a glass sliding entr ...

haveago
Budding Contributor
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I live in an area short of tradies in normal times. I have bought a property and will build a home when builders have time. There is a shed already on ...

ch
Budding Browser
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Hi, I'm looking to install some flexi shelves in my kitchen using the 250x200 and 350x 250mm reinforced brackets for shelf sizes 600x200mm and 900x3 ...

ronmcm
Occasional Browser
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I have a 8220 dremel with drill stand. I need to drill countersunk holes to house very small brass screws in wood. What is the best dremel accessory f ...

TimD
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I have an old weatherboard house and would like to get under the house and install insulation under the floor. I have very little headroom (l ...

sydneysider
Junior Contributor
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Hi there Our cat is very fond of her cat tree which survived almost a year now and is on the verge of collapsing. Its the usual cat stuff you get f ...

JezzG
New Contributor
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HiHas anyone had issues with Ozito 18v cordless tools? I have an issue with a new Impact Driver were it would run for a short period and then just sto ...

Bec3
New Contributor
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Hi there, We just bought a 1960's cottage with masonite internal walls. When hanging picture frames we realised that the masonite is ridiculously toug ...

Sam-Sam
Budding Contributor
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Hello Everyone, Hope you are doing well. Could you help me on below query? What is the correct size of notch trowel for laying porcelain floor tiles 6 ...

tem1985
New Contributor
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Hi. I’m currently looking at updating an existing desk built into a nook in my villa. I love the timber planks you can get from Bunnings but the lengt ...

chippydave
Frequent Browser
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Hi all have a client looking to panel some walls in their meals / dining, using the easycraft VJ panelling. the walls I’m looking to fix to are facebr ...

Wookie45nz
Newbie
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We have Strata aluminum front door but as it is not insulated it allows a lot of traffic noise through. Can this be easily insulated? Thanks..

Karizzma
Budding Browser
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Hi Team, I'm looking to create my own computer desk as I need something that is slightly different than the standard office desk as my home office i ...

abarrow
New Contributor
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Hi I’m looking at making two desks for my partner and I as we move into our new appartment. What are my options for desk tops? It seems like there are ...

AlsoCass
Budding Contributor
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Looking at options for a cabinet benchtop/desk for a study (basing our design on the photo below). I want both the benchtop and desktop to be painted ...

ahmadumar
Newbie
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I am trying to make a frame but i am not sure how the pole? would fit into the bends or couplings.I want to build a 180/200cmx150cm frame. I've found ...

jasneel
Budding Browser
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how do i register for warranty, as i have just bought a 360 laser and it says to register but there are no details

happysohal
New Contributor
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Hi All, Could anyone please teach me handyman works? I am ready to buy required tools.

TedBear
Valued Contributor
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I have been a DIYer my whole, fairly long, life. Like many, I have not been aware of all the risks, and have recently developed airway complaints whic ...

Shagen
Junior Contributor
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I bought a Ryobi table saw a few weeks ago and did my first coffee table out of pallet wood. This who coffee table was made with just the Ryobi table ...

Concrete1
Budding Contributor
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I bought a Nooski mouse trap, read the instructions and watched several videos...it has a hair trigger and fires off spontaneously - any suggestions. ...

jillofskills
New Contributor
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I just purchased a second hand RInnai convector 417 gas heater but when I brought it home to hook it up, found that the bayonet opening was the same s ...

canastasiou
Budding Browser
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  I have a double door entry to my home and I get a lot of draught coming through the center of the two doors. The left side door which is the one ...