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ppp
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ppp
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July

Thank you Mitchell. Much appreciated for your time.

ppp
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Hi All, I have got old kids chairs & also looking to make shelve for an existing cabinet with mdf. I would like to paint these chairs with some bl ...

ppp
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January

Thanks all @Mathy @MitchellM @Jason for wonderful options. Just got a thought, actually I have some plaster board lying around. I'm thinking to cut ...

ppp
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      Hello guys, Found this awkward gap around my cooktop gas pipe in kitchen.And this place is back side of a drawer. Think it is better to sea ...

ppp
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November 2019

Hi @Jason , @MathyCan someone please suggest me, how easy to achieve this project in 28cm wide space as shown in figure.hoping for some ideas and sugg ...

ppp
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November 2019

Thank you both Noelle and Robchin for your suggestions. I've learned something new now.Relaxed and hoping for great sunny weather :):)

ppp
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November 2019

Thank you Jason for your care & time. I did not find any critters. But I will have a thorough look and update if anything.

ppp
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I've got couple of young tomato plants from bunnings. Planted in ground around 2 to 3 weeks ago with little fertilizer, blood and bone. Applied seasol ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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July

Hi @rob5, Many thanks for your question, I'd be pleased to answer it for you. When using any water-based or oil-based paint over a primer, I would ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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July

Hi @ppp, Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to assist. I would recommend the British paints 4 in 1 prep which is a primer, sealer, underc ...

MitchellM
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January

@Mathy I would agree, if you are not proficient at using silicone, cutting a cover plate in half would work. You would probably need to also buy some ...

Mathy
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January

Hi @ppp and @MitchellM - going back to the cover plate. What about buying the correct one and cutting it in half, then slide each piece in and seal/st ...

Community Manager Jason
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January

Hi @ppp, Let me tag a few of our members with plumbing experience who might like to share their thoughts with you. @LePallet, @MitchellM, @redrace ...

robchin
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November 2019

Hi PPP.I love growing Tomatoes. One of the questions I always ask is - do my problems really matter? If I have a few holes in the leaves (where some i ...

Noelle
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November 2019

Hi pppI take it from the photos that the "damaged" leaves are on the base of the plant, close to the soil? If so, what you are seeing is not uncommon ...

Community Manager Jason
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November 2019

Hi @ppp, Let me tag some of our keen gardeners in @Grub80, @Noelle, @timjeffries, @bergs and @robchin who might like to share their thoughts on your ...

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ppp
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July

Thank you Mitchell. Much appreciated for your time.

ppp
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2 replies
January

Thanks all @Mathy @MitchellM @Jason for wonderful options. Just got a thought, actually I have some plaster board lying around. I'm thinking to cut ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
November 2019

Thank you both Noelle and Robchin for your suggestions. I've learned something new now.Relaxed and hoping for great sunny weather :):)

ppp
Junior Contributor
November 2019

Thank you both.Would like to give a try and come back with pics

ppp
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Hi, Can anyone please guide me which cement to buy and what ratio to mix ( with water or any other substance ? ) for making pots for flower plants. ...

ppp
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October 2019

 Thanks Mathy 1) Yes I have enough space for shelves and all but those are my future planned projects.2) Yes I will buy all necessary tools as and whe ...

ppp
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October 2019

These are really helpful suggestions. Thank you all.

ppp
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Would like to add extra storage space in my laundry or bathroom. I want to start DIY stuff in my home with recessed wall cavity shelves. The house is ...

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