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Shane
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Shane
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August

Heya @Kez2,Can I ask why you are wanting to use timber for your path? Any timber that is in contact with the ground is going to rot. It's also probabl ...

Shane
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August

@mareec I'm a bit embarrassed, but this project is still on the to-do list! The internal side looks fine and the glass seems to be still firmly held i ...

Shane
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February

This is the only opening. So I should unscrew this screen and leave it open for a few days?

Shane
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February

I don't see any way to open the tank. Will try to share a photo...

Shane
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February

Thank you. We do have a screen but perhaps I’m not diligent enough with cleaning it out. Will try putting some tap water into it.

Shane
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February

Mine aren’t very good. Must try some of these tips.      

Shane
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When we water the garden from our water tank there’s a strong sulphur (rotten eggs) smell. Obviously we don’t drink the water, it’s just for the garde ...

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. ...

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SarahC4
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The Team at Bunnings Horsham whipped up this very cool chess set for a store competition using recycled timber, Feast Watson products and a variety of ...

Noelle
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September 2020

Hi @Andy_J @rattle is right about the soil but the most important thing is to not fertilise the soil immediately before growing carrots. They are ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April 2020

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 2020

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 2019

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
Junior Contributor
4 replies
December 2019

  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 wh ...

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Shane
Experienced Contributor
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August

Heya @Kez2,Can I ask why you are wanting to use timber for your path? Any timber that is in contact with the ground is going to rot. It's also probabl ...

Shane
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
February

This is the only opening. So I should unscrew this screen and leave it open for a few days?

Shane
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
February

Thank you. We do have a screen but perhaps I’m not diligent enough with cleaning it out. Will try putting some tap water into it.

Shane
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
February

Mine aren’t very good. Must try some of these tips.      

Shane
Experienced Contributor
10 replies

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
Experienced Contributor
December 2019

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 2019

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 2019

Worth keeping!

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