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November
theDIYedit
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Undertaking a large renovation on a small budget. Half of a pretty handy couple willing to turn their hand to most projects. IG: @houseonhockhill - come say hi!
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theDIYedit
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March

@MitchellMc thanks so much! This is perfect. 

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Hello everyone, I am creating a timber waterfall desk for my office, which I will make using 2 x Specrite pine panels The desk will be the full 2 ...

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Hi everyone, I am making my own custom-built entertainment unit for my family room because I have a non-standard size for it to fit into, and can't ...

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March

Hi @MikeTNZ, I have a front loader washing machine, but I confess that I have never owned a top loader. I am of European origin, so buying a front loa ...

theDIYedit
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March

Hi @dinaandjake, sorry to hear that you're having problems with your benchtop. Merbau can be quite tricky as it is well known for extensive leaching. ...

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February 2023

Thank you @Here4thehacks ! Because the cabinet doors were raw, I just used a normal paint, rather than a specialist one. I used Dulux semi-gloss aquan ...

theDIYedit
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November 2022

Great transformation @Nham ! You have done a wonderful job and I like the innovative space-spacing brackets on the door for the brooms. @theDIYedit

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Hi Lauren (@theDIYedit), You'll need to use at least a couple of brackets on either side or something to stop diagonal movement. These can be set at ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Hi @MikeTNZ, Front-loading washing machines are typically gentler on clothes and are undoubtedly more water efficient than top loaders. They tumble th ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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March

Hello @dinaandjake It's great that you've received excellent advice from @theDIYedit. Your intention of using linseed oil to protect your benchtop ...

Retired Team Member KatieC
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March

Hi @dinaandjake, Sorry to read that the oil and clear coat have not worked. Our resident DIY expert @EricL will be online later this afternoon to as ...

Here4thehacks
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February 2023

Awesome, thank you!! That’s exactly what I’m thinking of using rather than the renovation range. I’ll be updating our current kitchen cabinetry so wil ...

Here4thehacks
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February 2023

@theDIYedit This is stunning!! Love the tile choice! Do you mind providing info on what paint you used for your cupboards? Did you use the dulux renov ...

Ari
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November 2022

Hello @Marj2Homer , this was such a great transformation, thank you for sharing. How has the paint held up on the driveway 5 months on? Thanks in adv ...

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theDIYedit
Having an Impact
March

@MitchellMc thanks so much! This is perfect. 

theDIYedit
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1 reply
March

Hi @MikeTNZ, I have a front loader washing machine, but I confess that I have never owned a top loader. I am of European origin, so buying a front loa ...

theDIYedit
Having an Impact
March

Hi @dinaandjake, sorry to hear that you're having problems with your benchtop. Merbau can be quite tricky as it is well known for extensive leaching. ...

theDIYedit
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1 reply
February 2023

Thank you @Here4thehacks ! Because the cabinet doors were raw, I just used a normal paint, rather than a specialist one. I used Dulux semi-gloss aquan ...

theDIYedit
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November 2022

@EricL thanks for the tag! 

theDIYedit
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November 2022

Thank you @Wy ! For the Kaboodle cabinetry, benchtop and fittings, it was $3000. I'm more than happy to share other costs with you, but we also renova ...

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November 2022

Hi @Daemongm and welcome! The only way to gain experience is to give it a red hot go! I would first assess where / if you can see where the unit migh ...

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