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st22
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2 weeks ago

Thanks a lot, I will check.Two questions, naturally, 1. How to remove the old foam that is already there, just scrub it with a knife or there is a bet ...

st22
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2 weeks ago

Thanks There is some old foam there already - why not silicone sealant - what is the difference? Taking out the vulcan requires taking out the kitchen ...

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2 weeks ago

ThanksAny comments on sealing the entire cabinet so that it is free of holes - the doors would be able to open still - but insect proofed & usually cl ...

st22
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2 weeks ago

Thanks! How does it compare with other baits in its mechanism of action? Thought other baits kill offspring if the bait eater has offspring? Boric aci ...

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Vulcan under kitchen sink, usually warm, cockroaches reside in large numbers. They die of bait but happily come back a few weeks after. Any tips how t ...

st22
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3 weeks ago

It is a wall in a room on the second floor. Not the same wall as initially pictured, just it is the same building, so the same structural problems.Thi ...

st22
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3 weeks ago

is it normal for such a double brick wall to have condensation on the inner side facing the interior - in the mornings - on walls which are facing the ...

st22
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a month ago

Hi @EricL Thank you for the clarificationThe other side of the wall is not soil, it is interior - garage. attached diagram of view of the building fro ...

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CSParnell
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2 weeks ago

@st22 if you can silicon or glue pieces of thin timber or ply over any large holes this would work as well.

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

There's no reason why you couldn't use silicone sealant on the more minor gaps/cracks @st22. It's not suitable for more significant gaps as it won't s ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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5 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @st22, It's great to see you've already received some excellent advice. Ideally, your cabinetry should already be free from holes. However, the ...

CSParnell
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2 weeks ago

Hey @st22, thanks for asking the question, that would be extremely annoying.Have you looked into this particular product Bunnings carries at all to ki ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Hi @st22, Are you referring to the same wall as the above images but on the other side or a completely different wall? Either way, I wouldn't call i ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hi @st22 I've placed a general diagram of what it could look like. This is the common fix applied when water is permeating the brick wall. Accessibi ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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June

Hello @st22 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fabulous to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about filling the ...

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st22
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3 weeks ago

It is a wall in a room on the second floor. Not the same wall as initially pictured, just it is the same building, so the same structural problems.Thi ...

st22
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a month ago

Hi @EricL Thank you for the clarificationThe other side of the wall is not soil, it is interior - garage. attached diagram of view of the building fro ...

st22
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a month ago

Awesome, sealed one window. When sealing a second window, found it is leaking 5L of water per day, from the top - completely unrelated - going to get ...

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a month ago

That's what the flooring company did - - Removed carpet, removed carpet underlay, removed some of mosaic timber- Did not do specialized mould treatmen ...

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