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ppp
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ppp
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February

Mate, I'm able to unscrew copper nut with pliers and then after it's fairly easy job replacing with new cartridge and .etc. I felt like pliers is bit ...

ppp
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February

It's looking awesome. You inspire me to go next step Can you tell me whether we need to go for termite protection as deck must be touching your house ...

ppp
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February

Hey mate. I'm able to pull out handle. Thanks a lot for your advice. Now can you guide me which nut should I undo. And also how to remove large chrom ...

ppp
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5 replies
February

Hi Mitchell, Big thank you for your clear instructions. I switched main off and able to unscrew a small screw with hex key. But couldn't pull the hand ...

ppp
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Dear everyone, Can you please guide me how to DIY fix this leaking shower handle. It's not leaking much of water but only drops at this time. And ...

ppp
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January

This one was healthy and looks good a month ago. But recently all leaves started becoming yellowish and dropping off. Only 15% of the plant leaves hea ...

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 ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

I'm ecstatic to hear you've been able to complete this D.I.Y. project @ppp. Congratulations on a job well done. It's one of those tasks which can ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @ppp, If you grip the area where the drip is coming off, you should be able to turn it all anti-clockwise. A rubber strap wrench could be of as ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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6 replies
February

Hi @ppp, I suspect it will be the mixer cartridge that needs to be replaced. However, there can be a body washer in these units that might need repl ...

Noelle
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January

Hi @ppp This is a different situation to last year, when the lower leaves were yellowing. My guess this year is that the soil in the pot is getti ...

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 2020

@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 2020

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 ...

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ppp
Junior Contributor
1 reply
February

Mate, I'm able to unscrew copper nut with pliers and then after it's fairly easy job replacing with new cartridge and .etc. I felt like pliers is bit ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
1 reply
February

It's looking awesome. You inspire me to go next step Can you tell me whether we need to go for termite protection as deck must be touching your house ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
5 replies
February

Hi Mitchell, Big thank you for your clear instructions. I switched main off and able to unscrew a small screw with hex key. But couldn't pull the hand ...

ppp
Junior Contributor
July

Thank you Mitchell. Much appreciated for your time.

ppp
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2 replies
January 2020

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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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 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. ...

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