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SuseMck
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SuseMck
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2 replies
3 weeks ago

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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4 replies
3 weeks ago

@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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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 ...

SuseMck
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2 replies

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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6 replies
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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9 replies
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

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

SuseMck
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July

What does this feel like under bare feet? Considering using in my bathroom and hubby is concerned about the "sandpaper feel". Thanks @JRRed Susan

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
3 weeks ago

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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a month ago

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 wher ...

TedBear
Experienced Contributor
November

Are you referring just to the section running along the ground? If so, another option could be to take it down a little below ground and bury it. You ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
November

Hi @SuseMck, You could certainly use Australian Handyman Supplies 1200 x 600mm 0.75 Galvabond Mini Sheet to create your own custom box. A simple w ...

TedBear
Experienced Contributor
5 replies
November

Thanks for your good-willed offer. I'm happy to know it helped... use the info for deciding future projects too. I'm having a drink of my choice (Gui ...

TedBear
Experienced Contributor
7 replies
November

For attaching timber into timber, I tend to go for screw length of 3 times the board thickness. In this case 3 x 35 would be 100mm screws. They would ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
November

Hi @SuseMck, @TedBear might have a different preference from what I would suggest so it would be great to hear from them as well. For fixing the t ...

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SuseMck
Budding Contributor
2 replies
3 weeks ago

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
Budding Contributor
4 replies
3 weeks ago

@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
Budding Contributor
2 replies

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
Budding Contributor
6 replies
November

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

SuseMck
Budding Contributor
9 replies
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
Budding Contributor
July

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

SuseMck
Budding Contributor
July

Cheers Mitchell. Super helpful!If we decide to go ahead, I'll go with the primer to boost the grout height and go from there. Thanks heaps.

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