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SalBay
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December

@Neo19 No problem, happy to help. The desk returns I had yielded 3 pieces of 40mm thick particleboard. approx sizestop 900 x 1800back 800 x 1600end ...

SalBay
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December

Hi @Chaks_DIY ,We sold that house and moved about two years back, I don't think I have any photos of it. It had an extra shelf inside, there was a la ...

SalBay
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November

Nice!Did you do anything around the Hot Water System? I had an ugly pair of gas bottles on the back deck, and built a little box around them using 19 ...

SalBay
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November

That's a great use of space.!I'm still trying to downsize from a 100sqm to a 50sqm shed. Some tips(a) fix up and paint the floor first ( my slab was ...

SalBay
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November

That's pretty much how I would approach it. Although I would use Tee hinges for the leg attachment, and magnetic catches to hold the legs up while fol ...

SalBay
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November

I've used the 300mm edging , works well, needs a bit of digging (you will find tree roots!), it can be a bit wavy, best to unroll first, measure and c ...

SalBay
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November

The timber used depends on the span (the distance between posts) , if the span is greater than 2.4m then treated pine will generally be too floppy, an ...

SalBay
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November

Hi Joe , I have done a few of these repairs on our 184yr old property, one of the best glues to use is a polyurethane glue, as it expands to fill the ...

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prettyliving
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 A few months back my husband & I built some shelves and a workshop space in our garage. We don’t have a shed but we extended our garage when we buil ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June

Hi @Fadi, You can certainly go with the 70 x 35mm treated timber, I've only recommended 90 x 45mm to ensure there is no sponginess. Thinner calibr ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

Hi @rahil_xyz, I'm great, thanks for asking. Yes, I would suggest alternating the side on which the brackets are placed on the same joist. The im ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Hi @Trevz, It's great to have you join us and many thanks for your question. I've made contact with James Hardie technical assistance and they ...

JoeAzza
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November

Thank you, next I go the Bunnings , I'll buy the Sikaflex glue and try it, I am currently using Titebond Ultimate 3 and Wellbond.

MitchellM
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July

@Nikkee, It's great that worked for you, if it continues to function correctly I would leave it as is. The purple cap simply flicks up, though it migh ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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July

Hi Tanyamaree71, Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to assist. You will need to clean the surface from old paint and loose material. This ...

Adam_W
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October

And forgot @BillHarris , the corners I used are Whites Retain-It in the new black finish. Can't find them on the Bunnings page but they do stock them. ...

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SalBay
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December

@Neo19 No problem, happy to help. The desk returns I had yielded 3 pieces of 40mm thick particleboard. approx sizestop 900 x 1800back 800 x 1600end ...

SalBay
Junior Contributor
2 replies
November

Nice!Did you do anything around the Hot Water System? I had an ugly pair of gas bottles on the back deck, and built a little box around them using 19 ...

SalBay
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1 reply
November

That's a great use of space.!I'm still trying to downsize from a 100sqm to a 50sqm shed. Some tips(a) fix up and paint the floor first ( my slab was ...

SalBay
Junior Contributor
4 replies
November

That's pretty much how I would approach it. Although I would use Tee hinges for the leg attachment, and magnetic catches to hold the legs up while fol ...

SalBay
Junior Contributor
November

I've used the 300mm edging , works well, needs a bit of digging (you will find tree roots!), it can be a bit wavy, best to unroll first, measure and c ...

SalBay
Junior Contributor
November

The timber used depends on the span (the distance between posts) , if the span is greater than 2.4m then treated pine will generally be too floppy, an ...

SalBay
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November

Hi Joe , I have done a few of these repairs on our 184yr old property, one of the best glues to use is a polyurethane glue, as it expands to fill the ...

SalBay
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November

Do what Mitchell says, if fixing the float position solves the problem, then leave it alone. Toilet cisterns can be a never ending source of annoyanc ...

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