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AprilGrim
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February

Hi @Renomum I had the same tub as yours - I’ve just finished the removing stage, where I ripped the trough out and took yucky old tiles off the wall ...

AprilGrim
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   Hey all DIYers. I’m renovating my laundry. The bench top is going to be white, as are the cabinets. The paint is Brighton Mist, a very light grey b ...

AprilGrim
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February

Thank you as always @MitchellMc I plan to turn the mains off before undertaking any cutting into walls. Just looking at my plans now and trying to wor ...

AprilGrim
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Hi all, I need some help in relation to Expanded Polystyrene Cement (EPS) I was planning to move a few power points/sockets in our house, but have dis ...

AprilGrim
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February

Thank you @MitchellMc We had a closer look at the wall and then remembered the walls are filled with this odd foam - picture attached. I think the pi ...

AprilGrim
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February

We had our retic put in yesterday so it’s time to start the laundry. On a side note - wifi retic is the bomb diggidy! You may notice the hole in the w ...

AprilGrim
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February

@MitchellMc @redracer01 Thank you both again for your input, I certainly appreciate it and take what you say on board. @Mathy also thank you for taki ...

AprilGrim
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February

@Mathy I would love to see a photo of your acrylic pour!

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Nerissa
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I totally have no idea how to go about replacing or fixing this damaged laundry cabinet kickboard (I think that's what it's called). I have not done a ...

redracer01
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G'day everyone! We are going to possibly discuss the most sensitives of sensitives. Controversial? You bet! Life changing? Some say yes! Has it held ...

r23on
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February

photo 2: for the round hole I would use dowel that suites the hole size glue in and use a Japanese saw to cut flush.the key hole use a sharp chisel sq ...

DIYgals
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Hi All, Wanted to share with you our new deck. It's been so nice to be able to enjoy it over summer! It was built over some old concrete and natur ...

emmajames
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        Over the weekend we completed a little project - we turned our skinny posts into something pretty amazing. We even completed a DIY ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @AprilGrim, I would always advise caution when working anywhere near electrical work and encourage you to use the services of a qualified elect ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

@AprilGrim, The first step will be to sand all the painted areas. You don't need to sand completely through the paint, just enough to remove the s ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

Hi @AprilGrim, Here are some step-by-step guides you should find useful: How To Install A Laminate Benchtop How To Plasterboard A Stud Wall ...

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AprilGrim
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3 replies
February

Hi @Renomum I had the same tub as yours - I’ve just finished the removing stage, where I ripped the trough out and took yucky old tiles off the wall ...

AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
February

Thank you as always @MitchellMc I plan to turn the mains off before undertaking any cutting into walls. Just looking at my plans now and trying to wor ...

AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
5 replies
February

@MitchellMc @redracer01 Thank you both again for your input, I certainly appreciate it and take what you say on board. @Mathy also thank you for taki ...

AprilGrim
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1 reply
February

@Mathy I would love to see a photo of your acrylic pour!

AprilGrim
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Hi all. My hubby and me are trying to do our house up to prep it for sale, hopefully in the next 12-18 months. Neither of us have a trades background, ...

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