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Thanks yeh I had some 15-20 mm treated sleeper off cuts.lying around and screwed it into the post and relocated the bolt loop thing Not as secure as s ...

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Thanks mic might try that The timber to add on won't be able to be very thick though as the gap difference to make up is only maybe 15-20mm Might be t ...

PatDIY_Dad
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This issue here with my gate has been getting worse and worse over a couple of years and I think if I dont fix it the the lock bolt wont even reach t ...

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a month ago

The colour doesnt have to match 100% because I know this never will but if I can get it close where only I noticed it that would be good enough The co ...

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I had some concrete done by a "professional" concreter and I was never happy with the Band-Aid fix he did to allow water to fall properly away. As he ...

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August

Does bunnings have anything like this? just need some large clear plastic sheets

PatDIY_Dad
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August

Thanks all the for adviceI was thinking of trying to get a large clear plastic bag and tape over where I will cut and put a hole at the bottom for my ...

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I need to cut 2 X 210mm holes to install rear ceiling speakers in my living room which is going to make so much dusty mess What's is a way U can cat ...

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Nailbag
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a month ago

Hi @PatDIY_Dad A simple solution in lieu of replacing the post with say a cypress one could be to add a small piece of treated pine timber (20mm x 90m ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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August

Hi @PatDIY_Dad Thank you for sharing your question about catching plaster dust when using a hand saw. It's great that you've received good advice ...

Marty_greenshed
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July

Hi @PatDIY_Dad , Welcome to the community! Is the cubby house ground level or on posts? If it's ground level, you could always put pavers down.. Nice ...

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PatDIY_Dad
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3 weeks ago

Thanks yeh I had some 15-20 mm treated sleeper off cuts.lying around and screwed it into the post and relocated the bolt loop thing Not as secure as s ...

PatDIY_Dad
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a month ago

Thanks mic might try that The timber to add on won't be able to be very thick though as the gap difference to make up is only maybe 15-20mm Might be t ...

PatDIY_Dad
Cultivating a Following
5 replies

This issue here with my gate has been getting worse and worse over a couple of years and I think if I dont fix it the the lock bolt wont even reach t ...

PatDIY_Dad
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4 replies

I had some concrete done by a "professional" concreter and I was never happy with the Band-Aid fix he did to allow water to fall properly away. As he ...

PatDIY_Dad
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1 reply
August

Does bunnings have anything like this? just need some large clear plastic sheets

PatDIY_Dad
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August

Thanks all the for adviceI was thinking of trying to get a large clear plastic bag and tape over where I will cut and put a hole at the bottom for my ...

PatDIY_Dad
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7 replies

I need to cut 2 X 210mm holes to install rear ceiling speakers in my living room which is going to make so much dusty mess What's is a way U can cat ...

PatDIY_Dad
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2 replies
July

To clarify, Its just a thin layer of crush rock then dirt ( mostly clay ) underneath the fake grassIf I put it directly on top of the fake grass ( whi ...

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