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nonsibicunctis
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November

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

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

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
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October

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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Hi, I hope I'm not being foolish. I know nothing about plants or gardening but have a problem. I live in Toowoomba, Queensland. The soil is heavy a ...

nonsibicunctis
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September

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 ...

nonsibicunctis
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April

Thank you for those suggestions, Noelle. I certainly think that a couple of them might do the job. I already have some Bottle-Brush on the other sid ...

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TedBear
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November

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
Bunnings Team Member
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November

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

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 ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
4 replies
October

Hi @nonsibicunctis, No need to apologise for asking questions as that's what the community is here for and was built upon. I can't quite make ...

2Belindas
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February 2017

The owners of this house in the hills of Byron Bay, were struggling to appeal to the market to sell for their desired price. Buyers were turned off b ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
February 2017

The colours B1 chose were Wattyl 'Orchid' (white) and the grey colour is Colourbond colour 'Basalt' It was most important that the colours were moder ...

Community Manager Jason
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April

Hi Roger (@nonsibicunctis) Welcome to Workshop. Many thanks for sharing photos and a thorough description of your challenge. Before I tag some of ou ...

Andy_Mann
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October 2016

@Henno, it's an unknown whether it will work with composites, but being a semi-matt clear coat (I had to dig deep to find that much out), I figured it ...

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nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November

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

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

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

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
Junior Contributor
September

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 ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
1 reply
April

Thank you for those suggestions, Noelle. I certainly think that a couple of them might do the job. I already have some Bottle-Brush on the other sid ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
6 replies

I am looking to discover whether there is a native tree or shrub suitable for hiding the fence between my yard and that of the neighbour. It needs to ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
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July 2018

I know this is really off topic but your mention of speed humps has emboldened me to write. I HATE SPEED HUMPS. I agree with you entirely, they pena ...

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