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Wednesday

I have just come across this post in November, so there's time before next winter to make one... including a metal inner to contain the fire as sugge ...

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Monday

Hi @GlenH , having spent many hours trying unsuccessfully to restore shower glass, I have to agree with @MitchellMc ' s suggestion of replacing it. H ...

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Monday

Hi @deslea , I find this to be an interesting discussion/challenge. I am not sure how much fire resistance you are hoping to, or likely to achieve, so ...

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Friday

That looks cool @marilynwinn .... and I mean literally cool and pleasant to sit by, and it also offers a softer surface than the timber fence. I imagi ...

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Hi @GardenJunior ,Another option may be to modify @EricL 's suggestion slightly, by attaching one those Heavy Duty Anchors Points to a wall or post wh ...

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2 weeks ago

Thank you @Bluetooth and @MitchellMc for the excellent explanation and for the diagram. That makes sense as a potential solution for the overflow.

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2 weeks ago

Hi @EricL and @Bluetooth I wonder if I am the only person who does not know what a charged system is...? Would you mind explaining it for those of u ...

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2 weeks ago

Hi @Bluetooth , this is a challenging issue. I look forward to seeing how it gets resolved. The drain at the entrance to the garage is very much an "a ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May

Hi @2ndhomeowner and welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's great to see you've already received a helpful reply from the knowledgeable ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @deslea, I've had an extensive look at all out suppliers that deal with mesh products. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find any products in ...

pstq
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Monday

The door problem is more complicated than that. The slab has dropped a little, so if I put a barrier behind the door, it would form a narrow pond with ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Monday

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @GlenH. It's marvellous to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about removing mould from sh ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Monday

Hello @deslea One method to add fire resistance to your proposed floor is to line your flooring area with fire-resistant materials such as Gyprock ...

marilynwinn
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I wanted to create a feature wall in my alfresco area. I decided to use 2 x louvre doors which a friend was throwing away. I painted the doors and pla ...

Effie09
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2 weeks ago

I used the Pillar frames and cut them the length of my posts 2.3m so the joints are behind the posts. I stuck the 16mm L shaped metal angles on the t ...

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TedBear
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Wednesday

I have just come across this post in November, so there's time before next winter to make one... including a metal inner to contain the fire as sugge ...

TedBear
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Monday

Hi @GlenH , having spent many hours trying unsuccessfully to restore shower glass, I have to agree with @MitchellMc ' s suggestion of replacing it. H ...

TedBear
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Monday

Hi @deslea , I find this to be an interesting discussion/challenge. I am not sure how much fire resistance you are hoping to, or likely to achieve, so ...

TedBear
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1 reply
Friday

That looks cool @marilynwinn .... and I mean literally cool and pleasant to sit by, and it also offers a softer surface than the timber fence. I imagi ...

TedBear
Valued Contributor
a week ago

Hi @GardenJunior ,Another option may be to modify @EricL 's suggestion slightly, by attaching one those Heavy Duty Anchors Points to a wall or post wh ...

TedBear
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3 replies
2 weeks ago

Thank you @Bluetooth and @MitchellMc for the excellent explanation and for the diagram. That makes sense as a potential solution for the overflow.

TedBear
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6 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @EricL and @Bluetooth I wonder if I am the only person who does not know what a charged system is...? Would you mind explaining it for those of u ...

TedBear
Valued Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @Bluetooth , this is a challenging issue. I look forward to seeing how it gets resolved. The drain at the entrance to the garage is very much an "a ...

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