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Shane
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Shane
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Our bathroom vanity mixer tap is leaking when over on the cold setting. Strangely, when we leave it on the hot position like in this photo it is OK. ...

Shane
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April

Great, thanks for all. Will let you know how I go with it. Certainly favour the easier to use option. Getting rid of the existing putty is not a probl ...

Shane
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I have old steel frame windows at the front of my brick house and all of the substance that is I assume supposed to be holding the window glass in and ...

Shane
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December

https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/An-easy-way-to-repair-holes-in-plaster-walls/m-p/8318

Shane
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December

You need garden edging of some sort. Whether you ditch the rocks or not, you'll always have to keep soil, rocks, mulch or whatever from going into the ...

Shane
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December

What have you tried to get the glue off? Does a sander work?

Shane
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December

Rip up the tiles and put a timber deck over the top of the concrete. I don't think you are going to get a good result by keeping the tiles.

Shane
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December

Have you got a bigger image of the houseplan? What are your goals for the reno? What does the house currently lack?

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Hi @Shane. Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to recommend how to repair the window putty. As Deb (@Mathy) has mentioned, that material is ...

Mathy
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April

Hi @Shane - that looks like a traditional window linseed oil based putty. Selleys make a version (called Special Putty), here’s a linkhttps://www.sell ...

MartyH
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December

Hey @Dorah You might get some tips from this post - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/Removing-old-paint-from-walls/m-p/28583 Unfortunate ...

Justlucky2k2
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December

  Hi All, Thanks for your help and suggestion. Finally I have finished the renovation. I did all the job myself except plumbing installation and elect ...

Imenz
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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 ...

Bunnings MakeItYours
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Melbourne-based chippies Tim and Mat this week take on the backyard at the Make It Yours house. These guys love a challenge – and definitely have t ...

Jamespeter100
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Succulents are great, and grow surprisingly quick. Once you have a few, you’ll have many. I’m always calling into Bunnings for succulents. Now getting ...

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Shane
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December

https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/An-easy-way-to-repair-holes-in-plaster-walls/m-p/8318

Shane
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December

Have you got some spare plasterboard? I'd attach the box directly to the stud then use some spare plasterboard to fill the holes, then patch. https:// ...

Shane
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December

Worth keeping!

Shane
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November 2019

Make sure you kill all the mould spores otherwise the mould will come back. https://www.bunnings.com.au/flood-1l-mould-action-prewash-paint-stripper_p ...

Shane
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November 2019

I would have thought the rain would be good for the young plants.

Shane
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April 2018

You might also be interested in this @dgmcreative https://www.domain.com.au/news/no-nails-no-glue-sydney-architect-creates-imby-prefab-cabin-kit-for- ...

Shane
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March 2018

Definitely a succulent @aly so don't water it too much. And should be happy inside for a while along as its reasonably light. Hopefully someone else ...

Shane
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March 2018

I'll be painting at least one day. Just a few touch-up jobs outside.

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