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dtothy
Newbie
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does anyone have advice on how to install

Noela
New Contributor
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Total newbie with no idea here. I have my Grandmothers old pine kitchen table but it has a split the whole length of the top of it. I want to strip t ...

Freda1
New Contributor
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Hi guys i have been going to bunnings alot to buy resources but ended up buying bulk timber from facebook market.place. But paint, screws nails, advic ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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In the second of our Make It Happen series, the team works on a dramatic living room transformation. 20-year-old Max has turned half of his Mum's ...

Louisecomau
New Contributor
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Hello! Doing a bedroom project. I am looking to special order some easy craft 900mm high lining boards (link), Had anyone installed these and could ...

cassi19
New Contributor
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Hi there I would like to install bi fold doors to hide my work space which is a nook off my lounge. To avoid adding a frame and having to move electri ...

JessMiller15
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, After getting such wonderful input on our kitchen plans I thought I'd throw out to the community again. One of the things we are toying with i ...

tmoyn
Budding Contributor
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I have recently started removing wallpaper from three bedrooms in preparation to paint. I realise I will need to fill the gaps but I'm wondering if s ...

Wouldy
Experienced Contributor
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Hi folks. Photo is of same thing I am fixing but not actual photo. I am making a top lid for this treadle singer sewing machine. Not the piece the mac ...

monicaokko
Regular Browser
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 first attempt at making builtin wardrobes and dressing table

loggie
Budding Contributor
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Hello,I'm looking to clad an open brick fireplace with stack stone. I was thinking of attaching cement sheets to the front and sides to give the stone ...

victor2605
New Contributor
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Hi, I am trying to install the floating timber desk following this video by Bunnings.https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/indoor/study/how-to-make-a ...

Hunza
Regular Browser
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To give a facelift on budget installed wall skirting, repainted stair wall with metal grey, banister with stain and polyurethane and spindles with whi ...

Wouldy
Experienced Contributor
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Hi everyone. Nice to be here. Didn't know it existed. I'm a newbie to woodworking. Mostly self taught. I'm thinking if buying this to restore an ...

candice_17
Frequent Browser
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i have ripped up damaged carpet from a room and want to replace it with something pet friendly and easy to clean. the room is approx 8 square meters. ...

Carol_Prime
Established Contributor
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So a few weeks ago i knocked up a couple of bedsides and a sideboard. Repainted the room in a soft grey and high gloss white skirts and trims. We ha ...

joputra
New Contributor
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  Living room wall has been stripped back to repair termite damage, so taking opportunity to insulate the wall. It’s an older weatherboard house, wit ...

RenoSal
New Contributor
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How simple. All I did was remove the pelmet to make it easier to work with.Then I hot glued macrame cord to it.

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
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Well, the Dining Room is finally painted... almost. We had a problem with the wall that used to have wallpaper on it. It seems the glue has reacted to ...

mk1
Budding Contributor
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Hello,Once again I am back with my very basic question. My dining chairs have got metal legs, which I painted them with dulux dura max spray paint. Th ...

taha
Budding Contributor
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how do i fix this ..any diy tricks \plz help

Dallas_Mc
Junior Contributor
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  Looking to get some ideas on where best to place some wardrobes in the bedrooms. Would be looking to have floor to ceiling (3m) ones, so plenty of ...

Arizona1984
Newbie
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JustinS
Junior Contributor
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An ISO project I had no clue how to approach but with a bit of research and a couple of new tools from Bunnings I gave it a crack. The original plan d ...