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bilcruise
Established Contributor
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Looking for an advice on how to fix this crack on my door. Pretty sure I have seen a filler product ads somewhere that is easy to use to fill the crac ...

Elle44
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I’m attempting to fix an occasional table that the legs have fallen off. It’s a small table and the legs slot into grooves. There’s a small ...

ElleWeb
New Contributor
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Hi wondering if anyone knows how to seal a sash window to stop drafts from coming through. We are renting an older place and it gets terribly cold in ...

MYC
Budding Contributor
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Our front door recently has inside door handle knob not ab lkk e to turn to eject the lock button, when we want to get out of the house. Had to strug ...

BarefacedNovice
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, A wooden knob has come off one of our drawers and it's really worn away inside. Each knob has a metal insert that the screw firmly fits int ...

shanmurton3
Budding Browser
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   I was moving our tallboy and in the process scratched the timber flooring. Can anyone please suggest the best way to Minimise or get rid of?

ivanptr
Senior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I am living at Southeast Brisbane. Today I just found there is quite a lot of water stain on ceiling. I am wondering if it is caused by ...

Bee73
New Contributor
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I removed my chase off my lounge by cutting it the leather from the chase fits perfectly over the end of the lounge but what is the best way to glue ...

BillyR
New Contributor
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       Hi, I have some scratches in my floor that I’d like to buff out in patches. Assumedly this involves sanding, staining and finishing, thou ...

JamieK
New Contributor
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Is there a easy way to fix the broken clip from the rod connection that opens and closes the venetian blinds? Picture 3 is unbroken and Pics 1 & 2 ar ...

KymMcKay
New Contributor
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I have just restored my unique Copper Top dining table so the copper is no longer green and re-sealed. As I have now got a new table, the intention w ...

SequoiaDawn
New Contributor
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Hi all! I unfortunately have a broken acrylic chair which just so happens to sadly be my FAVORITE (just my luck). I have tried to find the same exact ...

achandra100
Budding Contributor
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how would you repair split in back of book shelf?

041461Tk
Budding Contributor
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I like to build a Murphy wall bed- horizontal Queen size ; with proper spring loaded hinges and casings ! if Bunnings would sell me me one pair ….?! I ...

joshhillnz
Budding Browser
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                         Had fun on this project. Circa 50’s house tearing apart 5 wallpapers and repainting and new blinds. Total 3 room ...

jason010
Budding Browser
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This is the burn mark, much appreciate any help/ideas. Cheers Jason

Thierry
Junior Contributor
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Hi team I have grout coming out from the slate flooring. See photo   1. Can you please suggest which grout to buy? Grey colour. 2. I never m ...

Ronb1949
New Contributor
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A hollow-core internal door was jamming in the frame on the latch side at the top. It looked as if the door was out of vertical so I recessed the top ...

TessaC
Budding Browser
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I placed a damp towel at the base of my door on my laminate flooring on a daily basis. This resulted in white discolouration and small cracks in the t ...

Angies
Budding Browser
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  Hi brains trust! 樂We have a wall which has been painted over residual wallpaper glue. It looks awful  I am guessing that we would need to use pain ...

sksk
Newbie
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so I have a queen size bed that is very low. i want to raise it by at least 20cm. it has slanted bed legs on the corners and two wood columns in the m ...

Demolition
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, Recently got my foot in the door with an apartment, the place is coming up to 20 years old, the walls are cement rendered and there are s ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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This is my next project. I'm going to take this one very slow. This chair is a special one with many stories behind it. A lady was giving it away and ...

aetherah
Budding Browser
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Hi, I was wondering if I could get some advice on what would be the best way to go about filling in this gap where the corner of the wall meets the wi ...