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mk1
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mk1
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December

Hi @MitchellMc, I didn't use any primer before painting. Just used the Spray Paint as I showed in the picture. Thanks for your suggestions, I will us ...

mk1
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Hello,Once again I am back with my very basic question. My dining chairs have got metal legs, which I painted them with dulux dura max spray paint. Th ...

mk1
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November 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc for the details and well organising the information. this was really helpful and has helped me to decide what I need to do. Thanks, ...

mk1
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Hello experts, Can you advise on the tinting film to be used on the outside of the glass wall which would keep the heat out as well as give the view o ...

mk1
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July 2020

  Thanks you very much for ur valuable input. Just to add more details please see pictures attached. (It’s not a straight rod) If I try to fix it with ...

mk1
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  Hi all, this is a toy car’s rod which connects with the steering to the wheels. It broke down and I have no idea how to get it fixed. Not sure if ...

mk1
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May 2020

Hi Mitchel,it’s better but not 100% comfortable. May be I because I wasn’t too hard on those nails (was a bit afraid if hitting hard may make somethin ...

mk1
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May 2020

Hi Mitchell,yes it’s exactly same position as you highlighted. I will try hammering them down. thanks for ur help. cheers,MK

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redracer01
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July 2020

Hello @mk1 You could go to the steel section at Bunnings and find a hollow aluminum tube that the steel rod will fit in to. You can then use the holl ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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July 2020

Hi @mk1, I see you've already received a great reply from the ever-helpful @redracer01 which I trust you'll find useful. I'd agree with redracer01 ...

Brad
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July 2020

Given there is not a lot of metal left once the hole was drilled there is not a simple way to weld it together that would hold. Sleeve would need to b ...

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mk1
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December

Hi @MitchellMc, I didn't use any primer before painting. Just used the Spray Paint as I showed in the picture. Thanks for your suggestions, I will us ...

mk1
Budding Contributor
November 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc for the details and well organising the information. this was really helpful and has helped me to decide what I need to do. Thanks, ...

mk1
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1 reply
May 2020

Hi Mitchel,it’s better but not 100% comfortable. May be I because I wasn’t too hard on those nails (was a bit afraid if hitting hard may make somethin ...

mk1
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3 replies
May 2020

Hi Mitchell,yes it’s exactly same position as you highlighted. I will try hammering them down. thanks for ur help. cheers,MK

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