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Hello @Emfrog Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about whipper ...

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HI @SxcMnx It's great that @stelz's kitchen revamp has inspired you. The colour combination they've chosen goes so well with the new floor. When t ...

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Hello @ennoh It's great to hear that you've managed to remove the old brass body. Make sure to give the waste body a good clean before installing ...

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Hello @Freighter Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thanks for joining the discussion. Let me tag @Ne to make them aware of your ques ...

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HI @ennoh The casing has to turn counter-clockwise to unscrew it. Just a friendly reminder to apply steady pressure so as not to damage anything i ...

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Hi @kerry65 Among the woods that my colleague @MitchellMc mentioned, only the marine plywood would have a significant amount of movement. The res ...

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Hello @ennoh Thank you for sharing those pictures of your sink plug. I'm afraid you won't be able to generate enough gripping force with those lon ...

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Hello @Bellab Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's wonderful to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about adding ...

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SxcMnx
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Awesome! Thankyou so much @EricL, @pete_brig & @MitchellMc for all your advice, solutions & product suggestions 珞 We're well on our way to planning ou ...

kerry65
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Thankyou Mike.

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Hi cliveg,Welcome to Bunnings Workshop.Something doesn't seem right with your set-up, if you could possibly post pictures of the settings that aren't ...

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Personally kerry65,I would use something like H3.2 grade plywood, it is made for wet areas.MDF has a shocking attribute, no matter how well you seal i ...

MikeTNZ
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Hi Louse11,Welcome to Bunnings Workshop.Generally around "most" windows, there will be studs to the sides of the window frames in the wall.Also, depen ...

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I think Mitchell has nailed it with his suggestion if the work load is small not a lot is need.if you want to up grade it a little you can add a cyclo ...

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Hi @Baretta11 We are very sad to read this news. She will surely not be forgotten and was very loved. I hope that you will be blessed with more calv ...

MikeTNZ
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Hi MikeJ,Welcome to Bunnings Workshop.To be fair I haven't worked with aircon gear for a couple of years, but I will say this though,do your homework ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Hi @kerry65 Among the woods that my colleague @MitchellMc mentioned, only the marine plywood would have a significant amount of movement. The res ...

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Hello @SkitzO Were you thinking of having it in an "A" frame type system? When you say concertina, were you referring to the full height of the bo ...

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Hi @JoandHenry Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fabulous to have you join us, and thank you for joining the discussion. It's g ...

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Hi @Chrissy15 That is certainly a significant tear in your wall. I suggest using UNi-PRO 1.5kg Multi-Purpose Interior Filler in combination with 1 ...

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Hello @Chrissy15 Thank you so much for sharing your question about filling in the curtain rail holes. I suggest using Selleys 180g Spakfilla Rapid ...

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Hi @CarlosA Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us, and thank you for joining the discussion. It's won ...

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Hello @PatrickQ Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's wonderful to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about re-f ...

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Hello @sarah15 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about the g ...

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