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yesterday

Ok that sounds easy enough.Thank you Mitchell

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yesterday

I now have the screws off and ready to take off the plates. how do I:-1. do that safely without damaging the door frame ?2. fill in the spaces they le ...

MaryTonnz
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Friday

Thanks for that

MaryTonnz
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Friday

Thank you Mitchell

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I am replacing some doors with concertina doors and need to take them down, but most of the screws are stuck in place and my drill is not getting them ...

MaryTonnz
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2 weeks ago

thanks Mitchell, that probably sounds a better idea. The door is a new white door, just not used as it was slightly damaged on one end, so not a rusti ...

MaryTonnz
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2 weeks ago

Thanks Eric but my table top "to be" is a large door that wasn't used and I plan to use it in my [hopefully soon to be finished] garage conversion t ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Friday

Hi @MaryTonnz, Could you upload an image of the stuck screws for us? With a little more information, I'm sure our helpful members will have some g ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

@MaryTonnz, To adhere the sheet to the door, you could spread a very thin amount of Selleys 420g Liquid Nails Fast Grab Strong Adhesive over the s ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Hi @MaryTonnz, It sounds like CustomWood MDF 3mm 2440 x 1220mm White Melamine Backing might work well for you. The team in-store can cut it to the ...

DanaR
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July

You are very welcome. I'm asking questions all the time plus I try to do stuff as inexpensively as possible. (I think they'll be less tears if I stuff ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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July

Hello @MaryTonnz I'm glad I could help, some kits can cover a larger area but still require the steps that I mentioned. Often the kits we see on Y ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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July

Hello @MaryTonnz Thank you for sharing your question about the tabletop resin finish. I've only seen the Feast Watson 1m² Glass Finish applie ...

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redracer01
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March

Hello @MaryTonnz Let me give you celebratory shout. Huzzah!!! Red

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MaryTonnz
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yesterday

Ok that sounds easy enough.Thank you Mitchell

MaryTonnz
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Friday

Thanks for that

MaryTonnz
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2 weeks ago

thanks Mitchell, that probably sounds a better idea. The door is a new white door, just not used as it was slightly damaged on one end, so not a rusti ...

MaryTonnz
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2 weeks ago

Thanks Eric but my table top "to be" is a large door that wasn't used and I plan to use it in my [hopefully soon to be finished] garage conversion t ...

MaryTonnz
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2 weeks ago

I'm still giving it a lot of thought. I am still waiting on my garage conversion to my studio/sewing room before I need it. The table top to be is a l ...

MaryTonnz
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July

Thanks Dana, the keep it simple stuff is what I am looking for. your cabinet looks terrific Mary

MaryTonnz
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March

Mitchell, It is lovely weather here in Tauranga, NZ. Sun is shining. I love having a heated towel rail. It not only keeps the towels dry and war ...

MaryTonnz
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March

Hi Mitchell - it was basic really. I screwed the chrome bush on to the wall through the smaller of the 2 holes, saw that it lined up with the others ...

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