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cindyciti
Just Starting Out
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    Hi everyone- I wanted some advice on whether this wardrobe door can be fixed or if I need to replace it. The silver frame has sprung away from th ...

NleRoux
Finding My Feet
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Hi Team, I want to learn how to drill to put up shelves and pictures. Is there a course for this or is there someone that can assist please? Thanks, N ...

Projects Editor Akanksha
Projects Editor
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As a new year begins, we look forward to continue assisting our members with improving their homes and gardens. One of the things I love most about ou ...

Lukedm
Just Starting Out
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We're currently renovating our 50 year old home.It is on stumps and has a 20mm hardwood floor.We've removed a few load bearing walls and where they on ...

Newgreenthumb
Building a Reputation
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Hello, im looking for recommendations on sealing my doors at home. I had them painted some time ago and they had a gloss finish, but the painter le ...

doug2
Just Starting Out
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I've moved into a house recently and have an issue of water coming in through the front door during heavy rain. It's a metal door frame with a glass p ...

Zawadi
Just Starting Out
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Hi community,I'm looking to add insulation and moisture protection under a timber floor for a terrace house (ground level). The timber floor will go o ...

Leonie_D
Just Starting Out
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I have the roller blockout blinds, when there is the slightest wind they bang non stop, would love a simple tip to stop this.Thank you.Leonie

joglsp
Just Starting Out
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I have great difficulty removing cordless battery from my Ozito mower and leaf blower. (obviously not enough wheat bix? ) It feels like it will never ...

mmd22
Building a Reputation
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Hello I would like get some information how could I fill the gap between pavers . last 2 years I filled the gap 3 times with different brand pave se ...

Sebastian90
Growing in Experience
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Howdy, I’m just looking at the possibility of replacing some bricks at my mum's house. They sit in a line where a former deck was anchored to the back ...

Jeych
Just Starting Out
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I'm having some.trouble with a ceiling and cornice that are sagging. The cause of the process has now been fixed (leak in the roof) so it shouldn't ge ...

mmchau
Getting Established
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A few wood window sills in my house are very weathered and in a bad state. There are small cracks (may be window checks?) . How do I restore these win ...

Onearmman
Growing in Experience
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Living in a duplex and shared a common brick wall with a noisy neighbor who like late night music. Saw these acoustic slat and thinking about installi ...

imcodebased
Cultivating a Following
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Hi guys, I need a better and easy way of soft close internal door that is hitting hard due to the air coming in from the balcony.

robjow
Getting Established
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Have a 9cm Diameter Hole from AC removal I am patching today + patching from old screw holes. Plan is for the interior to fill with Earls Expanding ...

minklet
Cultivating a Following
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I want to add some shelves to an internal wall in my unit for my cat to bounce around. She's about 5kg. Problem is that wall is pretty cheaply made, w ...

ironbark
Building a Reputation
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Hi, I’m about to install 75mm Gyprock Cove Cornice. I will have to make quite a few internal and a couple of external corners.I have sloping ceilings, ...

Projects Editor Akanksha
Projects Editor
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Plants are a great way to give your home an instant, fresh green makeover. But how can we make them look their best in our space? Do you have any go ...

davalli
Just Starting Out
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I have an Oak Dining suite which has gone very yellow. It catches the sun early morning which I'm guessing has caused the problem. Is there any way to ...

SensibleHill
Building a Reputation
10 replies

Hi folks! The weekend DIY renovation of our 80s fixer-upper is now three months in and still very much a building site but we’re almost at the poin ...

ironbark
Building a Reputation
2 replies

Hi I’ve just opened a bag of Gyprock cornice cement 45 which I purchased from Bunnings a couple of weeks ago. Opened it up this afternoon to put up so ...

hopelessatdiy
Just Starting Out
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Hi everyone - I am very much a DIY novice. Parts of my house are tiled (hallway, kitchen, bathroom). The grout is deteriorating or just now completely ...

katemckenzie95
Finding My Feet
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We are restoring an old American oak table. It has been sanded back to bare wood. I would like to keep it a light colour - not the darker stain which ...