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JoeAzza
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Sunday

Hi @Jeannie1 I agree with .@EricL You could also try WD40 and baking soda too. Joe

JoeAzza
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Sunday

Hi .@ron3alex Here is a Bunnings link on how to repair plaster wall damage. .@Jason answered in a previous post. You could try sanding the area with ...

JoeAzza
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Saturday

Hi @sydneysider. and @StevieB I liked the idea about the pull out keyboard tray, I decided to make a similar idea, however, I wanted to keep the draw ...

JoeAzza
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Saturday

Hi @sydneysider. Just read that you want to build your own desk, with a keyboard and mouse pull out tray, I found this on a Youtube video, it's an I ...

JoeAzza
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Friday

Hi @sydneysider. Thankyou @StevieB I have the same desk, Maybe you could just fit a shelf inside the the drawer to hold the keyboard when in use. Se ...

JoeAzza
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a week ago

Hi @Kys .@EricL suggestion is good, if you are going to renovate the bathroom in the near future, you could try as a temporary fix, screw the back ...

JoeAzza
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a week ago

Hello @RK1 .@Ericl suggestion is good, if you have a router you could round off the edges with a router rounding bit (see image) or use corner protect ...

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Prawns
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I saw a post by @lcooksey88 showing his cool shed setup in this group. He used some pinnacle pegboards so I decided to give them a go also. I bought x ...

prettyliving
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Sunday

@jamant01 I have no idea how you could extend the wardrobe but one solution that might help you be able to use it for now is to get some rotating spac ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Monday

Hello @prettyliving That is a fantastic option and an excellent suggestion for narrow wardrobes. Let me tag @jamant01 to make sure they see your r ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Saturday

Hello @Jeannie1 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your question about removing oil stains o ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Friday

Hello @sydneysider It's great that you've received fantastic advice from @JoeAzza. Let me answer your first post on how to attach a keyboard shelf ...

craftyhopper
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I asked on marketplace if anyone has an old buffet they wanted to sell. A really nice lady reached out and said she had this old unit i could have fo ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a week ago

Hello @ennoh Thank you so much for sharing your question about adding shelves to your pantry. Looking at the picture you posted, there is defi ...

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JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
Sunday

Hi @Jeannie1 I agree with .@EricL You could also try WD40 and baking soda too. Joe

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
Sunday

Hi .@ron3alex Here is a Bunnings link on how to repair plaster wall damage. .@Jason answered in a previous post. You could try sanding the area with ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
Saturday

Hi @sydneysider. and @StevieB I liked the idea about the pull out keyboard tray, I decided to make a similar idea, however, I wanted to keep the draw ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
Saturday

Hi @sydneysider. Just read that you want to build your own desk, with a keyboard and mouse pull out tray, I found this on a Youtube video, it's an I ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
Friday

Hi @sydneysider. Thankyou @StevieB I have the same desk, Maybe you could just fit a shelf inside the the drawer to hold the keyboard when in use. Se ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
a week ago

Hi @Kys .@EricL suggestion is good, if you are going to renovate the bathroom in the near future, you could try as a temporary fix, screw the back ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
a week ago

Hello @RK1 .@Ericl suggestion is good, if you have a router you could round off the edges with a router rounding bit (see image) or use corner protect ...

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