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Maymay
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Hi MitchellI prefer the simple solution, it is much easier for me Thank you very much Regards Maymay

Maymay
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March

Hi Mitchell,Thank you for your information, I really don’t want to cover whole window, any more suggestion like a temporary tape only cover the net th ...

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March

Hi Mitchellyes! Another project for me , I think I am very popular to ask the advice I don’t want to cover up the whole window ( the glass part is o ...

Maymay
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March

Hi JaneKwe also have an exhaust fan too, I believe it will be ok if I cover up the net. Thank youmaymay

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Hello Bunnings experts Recently I want to cover the net on the window in the toilet , it causes wind and dust through year, what materials can I cover ...

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Hi TedBearThank you and Mitchell for all of your advice and information, I am glad to tell you I just finished to fill up the gaps, it was too windy, ...

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February

Hi TedBearYes! I got it, it was me to put on the wrong surface and wrong tape, I will remove all the old stuff and fill it againThank you very muchBes ...

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February

Hi MitchellPlease find attached the photo the size of the door, do I still use the tape you suggested for me Thank youMaymay 

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

The method I've described above would be just for the gap, not the whole window, @Maymay. For a simple solution, you could just apply T-Rex 101mm x 1. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Hi @Maymay, I believe covering this hole from the outside would look the best. I'd recommend using the Australian Handyman Supplies 1200 x 600mm 0.75 ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Hi @Maymay, It's good to see you're onto the next project! What does it look like from the exterior? It might be easier/look nicer if you covered ...

Moderator JaneK
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March

That definitely sounds less than ideal @Maymay. I am wondering whether this is the only source of ventilation in the toilet? Let me tag @redracer01 an ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Fantastic work @Maymay! That looks very well sealed now, and you shouldn't expect to see any dust and sand inside. I'm sure @TedBear will be equally e ...

TedBear
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February

Glad to know that there is a solution at hand. Hopefully a more comfortable winter without a gap between the doors  . Cheers.

TedBear
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February

Hi Maymay, I just had a much closer look at your earlier pics, where it appeared that the door was damaged, but isn't... I see that someone has put s ...

TedBear
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January

If the gap is caused by doors being too far apart, you could repack the hinges to make the doors sit together when closed. Otherwise, have you conside ...

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Maymay
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March

Hi MitchellI prefer the simple solution, it is much easier for me Thank you very much Regards Maymay

Maymay
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February

Hi TedBearThank you and Mitchell for all of your advice and information, I am glad to tell you I just finished to fill up the gaps, it was too windy, ...

Maymay
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February

Hi TedBearYes! I got it, it was me to put on the wrong surface and wrong tape, I will remove all the old stuff and fill it againThank you very muchBes ...

Maymay
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February

Hi MitchellThank you for your advice, it is much easier for me to put the foam tape onbest regards Maymay

Maymay
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January

Hi MitchellThank you and TedBear’s advice, the door was not perfect made by the factory, the door doesn’t look like been damaged .Regards May

Maymay
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November

Hi Mitchellsorry about the late update my front door repainting, it is doneThank you for your advicebest regardsMaymay  

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October

Hi MitchellI would like to keep the wood colour, the door looks old, after I sand I worry it will fade the colour, should I still use the Gloss Clear ...

Maymay
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October

Hi MitchellThank you again for all of your idea, it sounds great to me, I will try and see how’ goingThanks Bunnings create a WORKSHOP stage to help t ...

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