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Ready2go
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December

that CLR has to be one of the few products that actually works as well as advertised. I'm a new convert!thanks everyone! perfect product @EricL   

Ready2go
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December

I wasted far too much time trying all the internet's ideas with vinegar and bicarb soda. get the solid good stuff and follow the instructions. I also ...

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December

cheers for the help folks!I'll give the CLR a shot and do some before and after shots for you

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A client had an accident with cooking oil in their alfresco area. They have moved out but there is a big stain left on the exposed aggregate concrete. ...

Ready2go
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November

and your fence could benefit from a paint. it will help to make the plants stand out while helping to preserve the timber.

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November

there is a huge amount of potential in this space. Would you consider paving rather than decking? it generally works out cheaper and has less ongoing ...

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October

very, very cool project!how did you keep the top and base parallel while bending the ply?

Ready2go
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October

Absolutely fantastic work there! Mind if I pinch a few ideas for my own place?

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Jewelleryrescue
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December

Hi @Ready2go You done well the old school stuff works to a point but normally with a lot of elbow grease . What happened to the person in the ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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December

Hello @Ready2go I would also like to suggest using CLR 750ml Grease & Oil Remover. It has a powerful industrial strength formula that cuts through ...

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October

I glued the main 2 legs in place first, and they were square, then slowly bent the ply...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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January 2023

Hello @Ready2go It could be any number of reasons from not having enough pollen placed on the female flowers, not having enough fertilizer, or perha ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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January 2023

Hi @Ready2go Thanks for sharing your question about installing Hardie Groove Lining. I've double-checked with James Hardie's technical department an ...

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Ready2go
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1 reply
December

that CLR has to be one of the few products that actually works as well as advertised. I'm a new convert!thanks everyone! perfect product @EricL   

Ready2go
Cultivating a Following
1 reply
December

I wasted far too much time trying all the internet's ideas with vinegar and bicarb soda. get the solid good stuff and follow the instructions. I also ...

Ready2go
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2 replies
December

cheers for the help folks!I'll give the CLR a shot and do some before and after shots for you

Ready2go
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November

and your fence could benefit from a paint. it will help to make the plants stand out while helping to preserve the timber.

Ready2go
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1 reply
November

there is a huge amount of potential in this space. Would you consider paving rather than decking? it generally works out cheaper and has less ongoing ...

Ready2go
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1 reply
October

very, very cool project!how did you keep the top and base parallel while bending the ply?

Ready2go
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October

Absolutely fantastic work there! Mind if I pinch a few ideas for my own place?

Ready2go
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September

my whole block is sand. I tried all sorts of things to get the front yard looking vaguely healthy. in the end, a friend gave me a trailer-load of hors ...

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