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JoeAzza
Super Contributor
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I have completed this coffee table made from Tasmanian Oak for legs and rails and recycled timber for the table top, I don't what kind of timber it i ...

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Does bunnings sell sliding doors custom built to built-in wardrobe opening? Our opening is 2055 mm high x 2670 mm wide.

shane37
Budding Contributor
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Would the 25mm blue gripit plasterboard fixes be suitable to wall mount a tv to the plasterboard? It says they can hold up to 60kg. I have a 50” t ...

RenoPause
New Contributor
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Hi there! I’ve recently removed the old carpet from my bedroom. Once sanded I want the timber colour to be the same and gloss like the rest of the f ...

labrou58
Budding Browser
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I am trying to put back together the tail of a horse lamp and the tail broke. It's made of resin,not sure how to tackle it without experience.

luc
Newbie
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I just purchased this dining table and I love the colour but the feel of the top is kind of rough. It feels like it would scratch easily when I drag p ...

xenoboa
Newbie
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Hey all I have a curtain rod for years and I recently bought something call SwitchBot which automatically opens and closes curtains for you. The 1 ...

annatr
Budding Contributor
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Hi there, I'm about to embark on a bit of a COVID sanity project for our bedroom. We've got a nice upholstered king bed base, but I'm having trouble ...

far213
Junior Contributor
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  We like to make a slat wall as a feature wall like the photo I attached. We are not sure if it’s better to use a nailer or just use 3M hanging str ...

chloedeho
New Contributor
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Hey all, my partner and I are wanting to build an open tv console (as pictured in the drawing), the measurements would be approximate as we will be ti ...

CEH
Budding Contributor
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I have an Ikea gateleg dining table that is solid birch treated with clear acrylic lacquer. So it is a very light colour, and I would prefer a lightly ...

NicolaMcMahon
Occasional Browser
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Hi, I really want to restore my solid wood front door and replace the lock/door knob (but restore the fabulous 70's design - so it looks near new agai ...

jscib
New Contributor
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Hi Guys I am in need of some help. I came across these DIY ikea shelves which have been finished with a concrete finish and curved in the corners. ...

wharfie0403
Newbie
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Hi team, I'm hoping I can get some advice. I've painted over the top of oil based paint with acrylic paint without realising. The 2 coats of undercoat ...

jessi
Newbie
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I have a mirror around 5kg I want to hang and it has a thick leather strap to hang from. What tools and pieces will I need to hang it?

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Hi folks, I am sure this has been done by many people before. Apologies if I am repeating this again. Currently, I have my 75" T.V. on a tv unit but ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Hi folks, This is going to be another new electrical project in my house. I have just recently finished this project: https://www.workshop.bunnings.c ...

newbie25
Budding Contributor
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How to remove these wall anchors. Previously oyster lights were installed which has been replaced by fans now. But these ugly anchor bolts are left be ...

JohnC5
Junior Contributor
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Hello All, I am looking for ideas on Indoor Monkey Bar for my special needs child.... something like this , I am happy to learn, got few tools at h ...

Louise11
New Contributor
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I have a 4m wide patio window and am wanting to add a curtain rod and curtains onto it. The curtains will be heavy as it's a big window (width and dep ...

Rodchedale
Budding Browser
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I'm looking for some veneered boards/sheets like polytec or laminex to build our wardrobe. Unfortunately they don't sell to the public. The closest I ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
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Million thanks to this community. Have been learning so much here. Finally my first project is coming to life. I used 16mm MDF and only circula ...

Flick23
New Contributor
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I have brought a bamboo cutlery tray to turn sideways and use as a wall shelf for small trinkets and treasures. I need advice on what kind of hooks to ...

JohnW1
Budding Browser
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I have a bed frame which is held together with 8 long bolts which engage a special nut. The nut is 9 mm diameter and 13 mm long (approximate) and has ...