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r23on
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2 weeks ago

hi Ericdid know feast watson had a 2 part glass finish handy pack well have too keep it in mindinteresting project i would do a test section if possib ...

r23on
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3 weeks ago

What I can tell you hide glue leaves the pva glues for dead but it has a longer drying time so you can work it a bit better but harder to clean up as ...

r23on
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4 weeks ago

There is a method to reduce the depth of the scratch but it will take some time in doing so. if you can get a hold of a hand held small steam cleaning ...

r23on
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4 weeks ago

both Brad and I have suggested the timbermate method before applying the filler to the affected area, try it out on the underside of the table allowin ...

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a month ago

Hi olemateIn the past i found using the sanding dust and glue leaves a stain regardless of the glue used. I have found the best is using timbermate th ...

r23on
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March

There are a number of thing that can be done. raising the bed 200m / 300m will give you a huge space that could be use for storage.Using the concept t ...

r23on
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March

to save yourself a great deal of work I would go down the track suggested by Mitchell

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @napiers. It's great to see @r23on has offered a helpful suggestion. Check out these Specrite 400mm Round ...

bigrigmodels
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Here in Minlaton, South Australia I design & build realistic Big Rig wooden models plus even draw up the woodworking plans for those who are intereste ...

Noyade
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January

Hobbling around Bunnings today - I revisited the stack of sleepers. Maybe a lotta other people asked the same question as there are now numerous billb ...

Nham
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. We had a set of teak chairs over 10 years old that needed some repairs. Teak is a beautiful wood that can last ages, but the chairs were left in ...

JoeAzza
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January

Hi @DuchessUrbino As suggested by @MitchellMc to outsource the work required. I have previously checked at Bunnings for these precut timber round mat ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Hi @amal, If you've had structural issues in previous buildings, your best bet is to leave the footer requirements up to the professionals. They'l ...

tom_builds
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November

Hey @amal and thanks for the tag @EricL, There are a heap of factors that go into the sizing of bearers and joists, with material, span and desired ri ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

I'm glad that worked out for you, @Monument. I'm sure @r23on, @TedBear and @Brad will be pleased to hear their advice assisted. Mitchell

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r23on
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2 weeks ago

hi Ericdid know feast watson had a 2 part glass finish handy pack well have too keep it in mindinteresting project i would do a test section if possib ...

r23on
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3 weeks ago

What I can tell you hide glue leaves the pva glues for dead but it has a longer drying time so you can work it a bit better but harder to clean up as ...

r23on
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4 weeks ago

There is a method to reduce the depth of the scratch but it will take some time in doing so. if you can get a hold of a hand held small steam cleaning ...

r23on
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4 weeks ago

both Brad and I have suggested the timbermate method before applying the filler to the affected area, try it out on the underside of the table allowin ...

r23on
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi olemateIn the past i found using the sanding dust and glue leaves a stain regardless of the glue used. I have found the best is using timbermate th ...

r23on
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March

There are a number of thing that can be done. raising the bed 200m / 300m will give you a huge space that could be use for storage.Using the concept t ...

r23on
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March

to save yourself a great deal of work I would go down the track suggested by Mitchell

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