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Malcy
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, first post for me! I’m about to kickstart our downstairs renovations (kitchen and engineered hardwood flooring). A particular issue we ha ...

Rogerd
Newbie
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i am going to purchase a scandia 14 series heater part no; 3171288, I HAVE A 2.7 meter cieling with a flat roof, how high is the flue kit that comes w ...

Derby_Homer
Newbie
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Hello, Trying to figure out how I could add a fly screen to this window. There is no gap where it could fit when the window closes on the outside of ...

DeeDeeBee
Newbie
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So far I've 1. Replaced the burnt silicon handle from a large Anolon frying pan. - heat resistant to 180°C, this is what started me off 2. Joined bla ...

ria1
New Contributor
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  What primer can I buy to put on this dark 70's timber wall panelling. I want to paint this wall to lighten up the room. Thanks

Ashie_90
Budding Contributor
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 I lightly sanded back next to the gap of the middle floorboard on its right side. (not much left in stain/top coat left where I sanded) just to show ...

kaacu123
Budding Contributor
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Found a leak at the rusted water pipe, like a pin hole size. I've done digging today and found it's a curved pipe. Is it available at Bunnings? Do I ...

cc1002
Junior Contributor
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Hi there, I am thinking about painting exterior of my brick house because it looks very old. Some people say the paint on top of brick doesn’t allow ...

tgnana
Budding Browser
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I am after a glue/resin/paste that could be injected into a heavily spoiled wooden section, after which, I wish to screw on it. The typical situation ...

Emily1
Budding Browser
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Any tips on the best products to use to do DIY window mouldings? New to all this DIY stuff so don't know where to start  

vr_syd
Budding Contributor
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With all the working from home in the past couple of years, it was time to upgrade my humble home table to a decent working surface. For this, I've ...

NickW
Newbie
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Hi All Not sure if anyone has any experience for this. I am renovating my bathroom and just took off older plaster board. It is the old type frame tim ...

vr_syd
Budding Contributor
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Hi Folks, I'm a newbie DIY'er here I'm looking to make a relatively simple WFH desk. For this I've zeroed in on this Beech Laminated Panel from Bunn ...

sper
Junior Contributor
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Hi community, I did a small DIY project recently to create address sign for my house and thought of sharing it with the community. I used following ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, I'm looking for a good hand drill machine. I'm looking for long lasting drill bits as I'm not interested to grind and use it. 1. C ...

livyjune97
Newbie
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Hi there, I’m just wondering what I can use to strip paint from an old laminate sideboard without damaging the laminate?

Remarka6le
Experienced Contributor
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A custom built desk for the home office. Built pre - Covid, for home based projects and gaming, this desk was a lifesaver when the pandemic came aroun ...

justine123
Frequent Browser
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I am planning to start upcycling my dated furniture as my living area is all browns . Maybe paint with chalk paint drawers and top, varnish the rest. ...

rubytuesday1953
Established Contributor
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Well, I've finally had the time to get to my sewing room to do a little reno. What a PITA it was too. Firstly I had to go thru about 10 plastic storag ...

JulieN
Budding Contributor
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I have a house cladding in vinyl weatherboards which has some stains from splashes of decking paint that we cannot get out. I thought of painting the ...

Ashie_90
Budding Contributor
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              My landlord said I can rip the 10-12 year old carpets up in the bedrooms an they’re eager for me to begin painting but I first w ...

maryk
Budding Browser
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Hello I have this 150mm by 200mm hole in my render. This is actually older sandy type render. Can I fix this using Shelley's spackfilla? Thanks    

Rana99
New Contributor
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Hello fellow benchers, How can i use this panel as floating shelf without any visible brackets. I can use barely visible brackets. https://www.bunn ...

Onearmman
Junior Contributor
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I would like to install a french door with glass to the ceiling height 2390mm My understand is door frame will be 38mm so 2390less 38mm Would you ...