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Brad
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On sale, expectations are not high but time will tell.

Brad
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While I haven't looked too deeply into them, I get the feeling that the cheaper machines lack the fine adjustments of the better quaility ones.

Brad
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I think this page may help -https://www.woodsolutions.com.au/fire-test-reports-1 I think ply in the thickness range you are looking at has a recomend ...

Brad
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When it comes to rust that is for steel posts.Do you have a power sander or grinder?

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I looked at this last night and thought I may not open this can of worms...I have a 1980 model 15amp transformer stick welder, it is bulky.CheapInvert ...

Brad
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I have an old brick BBQ that has a seat built in that was made by my uncle, it now mostly is used to hold up one end of the screen that stops the dog ...

Brad
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2 weeks ago

As an old door it has had a chance to weather so no need to etch prime it, the frame has the old school galvanised look.I think sensitive smell is har ...

Brad
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I think Bunnings employee's have to be careful with the advice they give, given there would be public liability issues for bad advice if it was to tur ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Hi @terrywang, Once you've sanded all the stain back so raw timber is exposed, you'll then be able to determine what oil or varnish or stain you'll ...

terrywang
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2 weeks ago

@Brad Thanks for the reply. I don't know if the door is Zinc coated, I only know there is BHP steel logo on it and it's pretty old. See attached photo ...

JoeAzza
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Finally finished painting my timber floor, I ended up using Haymes premium , exterior low sheen extra dark tint, Black paint

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Hello @Maria_hugo Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your question about revamping your floo ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Embroiderer. It's wonderful to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about Ryobi service cen ...

Kit_Kat
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We had been on the hunt for new bar stools for a while and decided we would start looking on Gumtree and FB Marketplace for some unwanted ones we coul ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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I have been hanging onto my late father’s tools and decided to try to revive them. I soaked in rust converter, scrubbed with a wire brush, then polis ...

abhayks
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Hi All, First project I did after lockdown was to renovate my side yard. It was just a patch of crap grass . I have removed the grass and made two ...

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Brad
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On sale, expectations are not high but time will tell.

Brad
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1 reply
Monday

While I haven't looked too deeply into them, I get the feeling that the cheaper machines lack the fine adjustments of the better quaility ones.

Brad
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a week ago

I think this page may help -https://www.woodsolutions.com.au/fire-test-reports-1 I think ply in the thickness range you are looking at has a recomend ...

Brad
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a week ago

When it comes to rust that is for steel posts.Do you have a power sander or grinder?

Brad
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4 replies
a week ago

I looked at this last night and thought I may not open this can of worms...I have a 1980 model 15amp transformer stick welder, it is bulky.CheapInvert ...

Brad
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

I have an old brick BBQ that has a seat built in that was made by my uncle, it now mostly is used to hold up one end of the screen that stops the dog ...

Brad
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2 weeks ago

As an old door it has had a chance to weather so no need to etch prime it, the frame has the old school galvanised look.I think sensitive smell is har ...

Brad
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2 weeks ago

I think Bunnings employee's have to be careful with the advice they give, given there would be public liability issues for bad advice if it was to tur ...

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