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Nanne
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I have 2 rooms where the following works need to get done: 1) Fix ceiling & walls & skirting board cracks 2) Sand trims & skirting boards 3) Paint win ...

Nanne
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2 weeks ago

I am so confused with all these products & advice . I moved into a townhouse where every room has similar cracks as the pics above. I don't want a bu ...

Nanne
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2 weeks ago

This is exactly where I am at! Good luck with the renovations

Nanne
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2 weeks ago

Hi Eric I tried the Rapid patch but I am a beginner so it dried too quickly ... so I have Base Coat 45 and All purpose Joint Compound incl mesh and pa ...

Nanne
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      Wall cracks - best way to fix between door frame & wall? Corner ? Should mesh tape only be used with “Hot mud” not with Base Coat 45? Can A ...

Nanne
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I was hoping to have plywood sub flooring underneath the carpet but NO ... it is OSB (20 yrs old). The original plan was to use paving paint to paint ...

Nanne
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June

Hi!It's a 3 storey townhouse with 2 sets of stairs so I guess that would be more than just few ... eeek!

Nanne
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I'm going to to rip off carpet off the stairs, what is the best sanding tool?

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Darren
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July 2016

We had a similar problem in our back room - delightful mission brown aluminium doors but no budget to replace them. Our solution was to spray them wit ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @mmd22. It's terrific to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about repairing plaster. You ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June

Hi @Nanne, You can paint the OSB board, but there is some preparation required. First, you need to clean it with Trisodium phosphate to remove the w ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June

I'd definitely recommend a larger and smaller sander @Nanne. Something like the Ozito 1/2 sheet orbital and the Ozito detail sander would work well to ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Sounds like a terrific project, @MarleyJ_Aus. You're essentially creating four picture frames and attaching them to the door with liquid nails and p ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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May

Hello @AnitaP Thank you so much for posting pictures of your kitchen and your preferred layout. I had to adjust some of the cabinetry in your sketc ...

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Nanne
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2 weeks ago

This is exactly where I am at! Good luck with the renovations

Nanne
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June

Hi!It's a 3 storey townhouse with 2 sets of stairs so I guess that would be more than just few ... eeek!

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