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SuseMck
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SuseMck
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July

@tom_builds definitely the laminated edges are what I'm worried about. I was also thinking of possibly running down the set widths within the panel ...

SuseMck
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Does anyone know if fj laminated panels (https://www.bunnings.com.au/araucoply-2100-x-900-x-30mm-clear-pine-fj-laminated-panel_p0290007?store=6202&gcl ...

SuseMck
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June

Thanks one and all @redracer01 @Brad @MitchellMc I did it!! A combo of reno bar, claw hammer, those rounded plier thingies, another crowbar, a piec ...

SuseMck
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June

Cheers @Brad and @redracer01 I did see the nail pullers on the website but just wasn't sure. I did try the pipe over my claw hammer - hammer handle w ...

SuseMck
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Need to pick your brains! I'm in the process of flipping our deck boards and have a dilemma. For nails that have not come out of the hardwood joists, ...

SuseMck
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December

No problems with pegs @TedBear. the expandable trellis has enough spaces amongst the trellis and leaves to peg, and still looks dense enough from afar ...

SuseMck
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December

@MitchellMc and @TedBear I DID IT! Here's my wall hung folding washing line. "But I can't see it," I hear you say?? Perfect. I thought it was ugly be ...

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Translation to aussie english needed: I'm using the US made Citristrip gel to strip paint and it refers to cleaning up with 'paint stripper wash' and ...

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TedBear
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July

You could support the joins during the cutting process by clamping strips of timber across the boards, as close to the cut as your saw will allow, wit ...

tom_builds
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July

HI @SuseMck, I'm guessing your concern is probably that the laminated edges will not hold if you rip cut the length of the board? I've rip cut through ...

Projects Editor StevieB
Projects Editor
July

Thanks for your question @SuseMck. Our resident D.I.Y. expert @EricL will be happy to help when he's back on the site on Friday. Thanks for your p ...

Brad
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June

I have seen or used over the years.Locking pliers that have the rounded head.Multi Grips that also have rounded heads, bit harder to grip but the hand ...

redracer01
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2 replies
June

Hello @SuseMck Welcome to the Bunnings workshop community. May I suggest using a Trojan 250mm Nail Puller this type of nail puller can be lightly tap ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

It's great to hear you had success with your project @SuseMck. Well done. That's also a fantastic idea with the screening that I would have never ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

Hi @SuseMck, That's actually quite a heated debate. Mineral turps is roughly equivalent to mineral spirits. Alternatively, Acetone and Shellite sh ...

weekenddiyer
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I just finished off a spring project, getting ready for the warmer weather in the coming months. We have a water tank at the end of our back deck wh ...

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SuseMck
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June

Thanks one and all @redracer01 @Brad @MitchellMc I did it!! A combo of reno bar, claw hammer, those rounded plier thingies, another crowbar, a piec ...

SuseMck
Junior Contributor
June

Cheers @Brad and @redracer01 I did see the nail pullers on the website but just wasn't sure. I did try the pipe over my claw hammer - hammer handle w ...

SuseMck
Junior Contributor
2 replies
December

No problems with pegs @TedBear. the expandable trellis has enough spaces amongst the trellis and leaves to peg, and still looks dense enough from afar ...

SuseMck
Junior Contributor
4 replies
December

@MitchellMc and @TedBear I DID IT! Here's my wall hung folding washing line. "But I can't see it," I hear you say?? Perfect. I thought it was ugly be ...

SuseMck
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I'm wanting to cover my pvc stormwater connections to protect the pvc (1) from the sun and (2) from physical damage as this is in my driveway. It also ...

SuseMck
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November

@TedBear i love your reasonings behind your answer - helps me apply them to my specific situation@MitchellMc love your specific product recommendati ...

SuseMck
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November

@TedBear I have the same job on my list. If i go with the 90x35mm timber @MitchellMc suggested above, what length fasteners should i use (both for t ...

SuseMck
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July 2020

@JRRed thanks heaps. Definitely looks like a better option at first glance, off to read more. Really appreciate the help

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