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nonsibicunctis
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I have a Groenendael (Belgian Shepherd) who is 5 yrs old and very sensitive to thunder, lightning & similar disturbances such as appallingly wasteful ...

nonsibicunctis
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September

Mitchell, Thank you so much for your prompt and detailed response. I have tried a magnet on the frame as I wasn't sure what it was but it certainly i ...

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I have a shower enclosed with an aluminium and glass screen. In several areas of both the interior and exterior, the paint has eroded and exposed the ...

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November 2020

Heh, thanks for that idea. I could remove the skirting because I actually had to replace them when I moved here and when I did, I screwed them rather ...

nonsibicunctis
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November 2020

MitchellMc, Thanks for that suggestion. I would do exactly that but have always wondered how electricians get the wires down past all the noggins for ...

nonsibicunctis
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I have a multi speaker stereo system that is old - pre-wireless - but sitll in excellent condition.I want to be able get all the wires from the amplif ...

nonsibicunctis
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October 2020

Mitchell. Thank you. That's very clear. I feel like a complete dodo for it makes so much sense that, obviously, if it designed to be suitable for B ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Hi @nonsibicunctis, You have some great ideas there. One element you haven't mentioned is noise suppression. That is what this all comes down to; he ...

Slinky
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October

Given you’re elderly Id suggest a handrail and retro style metal verandah rail . Personally I wouldn’t obstruct access with a gate , I would fence the ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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September

Hi Roger (@nonsibicunctis), Regardless of what type of metal it is, the etch primer will be suitable, and you should follow the process I've mention ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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September

Hi @nonsibicunctis, Do you have a magnet in the house? If so, can you try sticking it to the metal, as that looks suspiciously like galvanised ste ...

TedBear
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November 2020

I'm backing-up all Mitchell's suggestions here! It is a tricky problem. I would have tried your measure and hope method too. Are there skirting board ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November 2020

Hi @nonsibicunctis, It can sometimes be easier going through the ceiling where the top plate of the frame is easily found. Once you have gone thro ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
October 2020

It's my pleasure to assist you @nonsibicunctis. Please let us know anytime you have any questions, run into difficulties or would like to share so ...

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nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
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I have a Groenendael (Belgian Shepherd) who is 5 yrs old and very sensitive to thunder, lightning & similar disturbances such as appallingly wasteful ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
1 reply
September

Mitchell, Thank you so much for your prompt and detailed response. I have tried a magnet on the frame as I wasn't sure what it was but it certainly i ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November 2020

Heh, thanks for that idea. I could remove the skirting because I actually had to replace them when I moved here and when I did, I screwed them rather ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
November 2020

MitchellMc, Thanks for that suggestion. I would do exactly that but have always wondered how electricians get the wires down past all the noggins for ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
1 reply
October 2020

Mitchell. Thank you. That's very clear. I feel like a complete dodo for it makes so much sense that, obviously, if it designed to be suitable for B ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
3 replies
October 2020

Mitchell, thank you for your response. You are very kind. It is probably my befuddled head but I am just puzzled about what seems to be a contradicti ...

nonsibicunctis
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September 2020

A great transformation. The features of the house really come into their own in the new colours and the whole looks much more attractive and inviting ...

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