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yesterday

Hi @Cambridge , in addition to @MitchellMc 's good advice, I would add that you may need to leave that joint soaked in wd40 or similar for a few days, ...

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Wednesday

@Noyade you have my complete admiration for your dedication to the task of restoring that style and also for an excellent looking outcome (looking bey ...

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a week ago

Hi @MeMo , I agree with @EricL about making an insulated dog house. However, the idea of leaving a heater of any sort on, unattended, at night worries ...

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a week ago

Hi @Bek79, this sounds like a fascinating project (I have subscribed to the conversation to read how it unfolds). My thoughts at this stage are around ...

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2 weeks ago

Hi @gn , I agree with @EricL that it's much easier and convenient to hang things onto wood than steel. I lined most of my steel shed with white melami ...

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2 weeks ago

 I bought some Kintsuglue and reinforced the cord connection points. It is a bit tricky to use since it tends to stick to your fingers, but I managed ...

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3 weeks ago

Thanks for the tag @MitchellMc and Hi to @ElleWeb .The window photos looks exactly like my sash windows did, with the exact same leaky-air issues.I ev ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Friday

Hello @carlyk Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's sensational to have you join us and thank you for sharing your question about plumbin ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Friday

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Cambridge. It's wonderful to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about removing a wall mix ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Thursday

Hello @moloko Thank you for sharing your question about repairing the cracks around your floor perimeter. Generally speaking, the loose parts near t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Using bleach can be a smelly process, but it is one of the best ways of killing mould and its spores. I'd suggest after a thorough cleaning for you t ...

Noyade
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Wednesday

G'day @EricL and @TedBear This fix was a long time coming due to some issues and family politics, so I only managed it yesterday.And it was much "tou ...

kbright
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a week ago

Hi EricThanks for your lovely comments. The new Roller Blind is a Markisol 240x240 Portofino Indoor Blockout Roller Blind in the Pepper Colour.The who ...

kbright
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      Finally enjoying my Living Room Renovation. Moved into my home after renting it out. It needed some love. Removed wall near entrance an ...

Noyade
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a week ago

Agree that gas and electricity would concern me safety and expense wise. I like the insulated igloo idea. But I can't talk. I'm ashamed to say our dog ...

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TedBear
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yesterday

Hi @Cambridge , in addition to @MitchellMc 's good advice, I would add that you may need to leave that joint soaked in wd40 or similar for a few days, ...

TedBear
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a week ago

Hi @MeMo , I agree with @EricL about making an insulated dog house. However, the idea of leaving a heater of any sort on, unattended, at night worries ...

TedBear
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a week ago

Hi @Bek79, this sounds like a fascinating project (I have subscribed to the conversation to read how it unfolds). My thoughts at this stage are around ...

TedBear
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2 weeks ago

Hi @gn , I agree with @EricL that it's much easier and convenient to hang things onto wood than steel. I lined most of my steel shed with white melami ...

TedBear
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2 weeks ago

 I bought some Kintsuglue and reinforced the cord connection points. It is a bit tricky to use since it tends to stick to your fingers, but I managed ...

TedBear
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2 weeks ago
TedBear
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3 weeks ago

Thanks for the tag @MitchellMc and Hi to @ElleWeb .The window photos looks exactly like my sash windows did, with the exact same leaky-air issues.I ev ...

TedBear
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3 weeks ago

That sounds like an annoying problem @Newgreenthumb .Did the new hws require altering the pipes in the laundry area? I am wondering if there is a pipe ...

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Pic 2 inside through doorPic 3 Cube unit (rear) & doorPic 3a Cube Unit Wall and doorPic 3b Cube units & return wallPic 4 Timber upright & framingPi ...

kellyyang
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Hi all, we recently finished our DIY bedroom reno. We were inspired by others on this forum to create a feature wall for our bedroom as the plain whit ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Rharr. It's fantastic to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about timber panels.The 2200 ...

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