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April

JumBuckNormally remove the internal arcitrave. Then using a hacksaw blade cut the nails / screws between the wooden trim and the wall frame often just ...

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Anj There are lots of light fitting that don't require a sparkie at the simplest change the bulb for something like https://www.bunnings.com.au/hpm-le ...

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TimThe ryobi uses standard staples I ended up buying Ithink they were craft light ones from Bunnings. Sorry my wife has pinched it as she uses it when ...

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TimDWe recently did this. Yes it definitely had an effect. Not as much as doing the ceiling. As Mitchell said watch some of the bunnings videos https: ...

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LePalletLove what you have done. Im curious about the Ikea storage units. As about to fit out wifes art studio and thinking of similar thing Are they ...

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@Sam-Sam If you are going to tile several areas that are joining ie lobby hall and bedrooms it can be difficult to get all rooms even. You can either ...

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Sam Wow way to start tiling. What base are the tiles going on? Generally old rule of thumb allow 10 percent for breakage and cutting but it depends a ...

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Hi LorraineBIs it water splashing out or water running out. Have you thought of something like https://www.bunnings.com.au/sandleford-12-x-1000mm-clea ...

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Hi @JeffRuss, Let me extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We're pleased to have you join us and look forward to reading ...

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November

Since a handrail is a safety item, I wouldn't suggest taking chances with just toggle fixings to hold it. It would be safer to install a piece of timb ...

ProjectPete
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October

You just need a caulking gun and the nozzles are free (if not already attached to the filler, the person at checkout will give you one (ask for two)). ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @AP200. It's amazing to have you join us and many thanks for your question. You can certainly replace t ...

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April 2020

Hi @JDE. Many thanks for your question. I am not aware of a minimum depth requirement, nor can I find documentation to verify but you would need to ...

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May 2020

Hello @JDE Have you thought about using a Saniflo pump? This should sort out any fall issues you have, the Saniflo pumps have a 5 meter vertical/head ...

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April 2020

Hi @Dearie. I would be pleased to get the discussion started. I'll also be particularly interested to see what our fantastic community members use t ...

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JDE
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April

JumBuckNormally remove the internal arcitrave. Then using a hacksaw blade cut the nails / screws between the wooden trim and the wall frame often just ...

JDE
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4 replies
April

Anj There are lots of light fitting that don't require a sparkie at the simplest change the bulb for something like https://www.bunnings.com.au/hpm-le ...

JDE
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1 reply
April

TimThe ryobi uses standard staples I ended up buying Ithink they were craft light ones from Bunnings. Sorry my wife has pinched it as she uses it when ...

JDE
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5 replies
April

TimDWe recently did this. Yes it definitely had an effect. Not as much as doing the ceiling. As Mitchell said watch some of the bunnings videos https: ...

JDE
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1 reply
April

LePalletLove what you have done. Im curious about the Ikea storage units. As about to fit out wifes art studio and thinking of similar thing Are they ...

JDE
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April

@Sam-Sam If you are going to tile several areas that are joining ie lobby hall and bedrooms it can be difficult to get all rooms even. You can either ...

JDE
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4 replies
April

Sam Wow way to start tiling. What base are the tiles going on? Generally old rule of thumb allow 10 percent for breakage and cutting but it depends a ...

JDE
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April

Hi LorraineBIs it water splashing out or water running out. Have you thought of something like https://www.bunnings.com.au/sandleford-12-x-1000mm-clea ...

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