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r23on
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r23on
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a week ago

I can only support Mitchell commentsthe best result will come from taking the time to do the task. the joys of DIY

r23on
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a week ago

Hi Mitchell As to which plastic wood filler to use I have no preference as they all seem to do the same task. the issue I had was finding the correct ...

r23on
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a week ago

Hi This product is what I was talking about great for all small holes creaks. for really fine holes I mix a small amount with water to make a very wet ...

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a week ago

Hi again VicaMitchell has suggested polyurethane wood glue what ever you do not use too much as polyurethane glue will foam up and is hard to clean up ...

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a week ago

the one bunnings has is an irwin i think they call it a pull saw as the japanese saw cut on the back cut I will get back with the correct nameIts call ...

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a week ago

photo 2: for the round hole I would use dowel that suites the hole size glue in and use a Japanese saw to cut flush.the key hole use a sharp chisel sq ...

r23on
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2 weeks ago

JasonA good place to start for some good basic projects is instructables.com from simple to advanced.

r23on
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4 weeks ago

Thanks I enjoyed the project. Dove tail or finger joins just finish a job

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stelz
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a week ago

Hi Jason, I think it may be good to give a demonstrate of basic tool usage, the correct of using a tools. It's all good and well when we have certai ...

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2 weeks ago

@Jason absolutely LOVE this idea!! I remember we discussed similar things to this awhile ago. Having live events allows members to interact in real ti ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

I'd like to see some high-end premium range products in action, showcasing their features and benefits, specifically the finish achieved using them. I ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

You might like to take advantage of our door lock installation service then @vica. In-Home Services can be arranged in-store or processed via phone. T ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

That timber appears to be a close match and should be suitable @vica. You'll need to sand it down slightly to be flush with the rest of the timber. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @aarth. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. What I believe is happeni ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @KIM89. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. Have you found the plans ...

Dark
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November

Hey @Zach20 Welcome to the club! When i first started building my girls bed i googled some designs to get an idea of complexities of designs and just ...

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r23on
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a week ago

I can only support Mitchell commentsthe best result will come from taking the time to do the task. the joys of DIY

r23on
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a week ago

Hi This product is what I was talking about great for all small holes creaks. for really fine holes I mix a small amount with water to make a very wet ...

r23on
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15 replies
a week ago

Hi again VicaMitchell has suggested polyurethane wood glue what ever you do not use too much as polyurethane glue will foam up and is hard to clean up ...

r23on
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25 replies
a week ago

the one bunnings has is an irwin i think they call it a pull saw as the japanese saw cut on the back cut I will get back with the correct nameIts call ...

r23on
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27 replies
a week ago

photo 2: for the round hole I would use dowel that suites the hole size glue in and use a Japanese saw to cut flush.the key hole use a sharp chisel sq ...

r23on
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2 weeks ago

JasonA good place to start for some good basic projects is instructables.com from simple to advanced.

r23on
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4 weeks ago

Thanks I enjoyed the project. Dove tail or finger joins just finish a job

r23on
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December

yes how you apply pressure at the start and how you take the planer off we have a tendency to rock the planer so for me I will allow longer material a ...

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