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bilcruise
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bilcruise
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February

Hi @EricL cool. I’ll give it another try tomorrow. And yes, I actually bought the large ones instead of the small ones. so, if it adheres perfectly, ...

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February

Hi @EricL , thanks for the suggestion. I actually used one of those alcohol wipes, which is 70% isopropyl alcohol. That shouldve been ok right? so, i ...

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February

Hey @MitchellMc , i just bought the Command strips you recommended and stick a few on to the perspex, however, they don’t seem to stick very well.   

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February

Thanks for the recommendation @MitchellMc ! That sounds like what I need. Is there an alternative where it's a velcro kind of thing so it can be easil ...

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Hi Bunnings community, I need some suggestions on some material I can use to protect my garage wall (it's the standard plasterboard painted in white t ...

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November

Hi @MitchellMc , did you mean I should apply another layer?

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November

Hi @EricL , thanks for that. Noted. How is this looking? This photo was taken after the second layer of filler was applied and sanded down.  

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October

Hi @MitchellMc just wondering, if I only use the Uni-Pro filler, do I still need to apply the undercoat before painting the area?

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February

Is this a rental and the reason why you can't drill into the walls @bilcruise? What about a Suntuf 900 x 600 3mm Flat White Acrylic Sheet attached to ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Do you feel any roughness @bilcruise? If not, you'll be fine to prime and then paint. If the area isn't perfectly smooth, then do another thin layer. ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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October

Hi @bilcruise There are other brands of the multi-purpose-filler such as Uni-Pro, Earl's Multifill, and Agnew's Putty. They pretty much work the s ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

@bilcruise, The plaster does dry to a lighter colour, but the finish is quite different from paint. You'll be able to notice it, and you should ap ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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October

Hi @bilcruise The Parfix 500g Ready To Use Multipurpose Filler is like soft putty it's very easy to handle and spread. Once you open the tub, you' ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Hi @bilcruise, You should find this step-by-step guide useful: How to fix a hole in the wall. It's a similar process to your door. You might even wi ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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October

Hi @bilcruise You can achieve the same effect with these parts. I recommend using the Flexispray Chrome Plated Economy Flow Switch. This is the ma ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Hi @bilcruise, You could quite possibly connect the diverter between the end of the arm and the showerhead. It depends on what thread size and type ...

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November

Hi @EricL , thanks for that. Noted. How is this looking? This photo was taken after the second layer of filler was applied and sanded down.  

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October

Hi @MitchellMc , thanks for clarifying that.Regarding the filler, do you guys have other product alternatives besides https://www.bunnings.com.au/parf ...

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October

Hi @EricL , can you elaborate on what you mean by "put on a low coat"? also in your first response, you mentioned to lay down a good low base coat and ...

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October

Yeah that's fair enough. it's difficult to tell without trying it, which may not be a good idea Some folks suggested the following combo: EVA rubber ...

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August

By the way, this link does not work - https://www.bunnings.com.au/stanley-retractable-knife_p0203907.

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August

Awesome thank you @TedBear . Good to know the pros and cons of MDF. @EricL Thank you! That knife looks good. Any ideas on how to secure the platform t ...

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August

Hey @EricL , thank you for the tips, mate. I think that's a good plan to start with. I agree with you that it's probably a great idea to build the pla ...

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March 2021

Thank you @JaneK @redracer01 and @MitchellMc i am really blown away by the level of support and tips you guys have given. I haven't had the chance to ...

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