Workshop
Start a discussion
since March 2018
Online
JDE
Super Contributor
  • My latest posts
  • Posts I liked
  • My liked posts

User's latest posts

JDE
Super Contributor
a month ago

Id suggest using an epoxy like builders bog. You can get it at Bunnings. Here is a set of instructions https://www.bhg.com.au/how-to-fill-a-large-hole ...

JDE
Super Contributor
May

They fit on the inside of the trim which the window shuts up against with a cutout around the winder mechanism. Or put a spacer in either side of the ...

JDE
Super Contributor
May

Mainly necessity and savings. Where I live it is near impossible to get a tradie when you need one and often I cant afford the cost. Eg I recently bui ...

JDE
Super Contributor
1 reply
May

Hi how long has it been since the plumber was there? Its not unusual to get some air pockets immediately after a plumbing job. Running a couple of tap ...

JDE
Super Contributor
May

Shaz28 my guess is someone has tried to create an s trap to stop smell. If you look under your sink you will see a similar thing. S and p traps are us ...

JDE
Super Contributor
1 reply
April

Your tap and above fittings are gal pipe. Just make sure when getting it fixed that the plumber doesn't mix metals ie have copper and gal iron in dire ...

JDE
Super Contributor
March

SpravotchkaIve always found a Stanley knife with a curved or hooked blade works best. Like Mitchell said it works better if you cut from the back of t ...

JDE
Super Contributor
March

Looks like a collins miter spring clamp, I think fulton make them too. Pretty sure you can still get them on Amazon?JDE

Posts user liked

Brad
Trusted Contributor
a month ago

Looking at the Lockwood kit, the spacers for the rail mounting is included to give the clearance including the screws for the top rail to suit plaster ...

hollyjj
New Contributor
6 replies
May

Here is the half day screening project we have just completed at my mothers for Mother’s Day using only Bunnings products. We used:•4 x Matrix Tangle ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
1 reply
May

Hello @Adog Thank you so much for sharing your question about tiling a water feature. I suggest having a look at this discussion - How to tile a wat ...

DIYgals
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

We made these door fronts using some off cuts of OSB leftover from the wall paneling. We were a little unsure how they might turn out, but are really ...

Matt88
New Contributor
1 reply

How often do you get to the supermarket and wonder where your plastic shopping bags are?In the boot, back in the kitchen, somewhere at home in a heap? ...

wooshka
Established Contributor
7 replies

Hi Guys, time to post up some pictures of one of my prjects from the last couple of months.My wife wanted a simple set of shelves in the old shed we ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
1 reply
October

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Nursenet. It's wonderful that you've joined us, and many thanks for your question about driveway repair. ...

Razzer
Junior Contributor
1 reply
October

@RTDavis Sorry for the delay. All work and no play. I used formply on mine. Easier to clean mess from it and nothing sticks to it. I will be putt ...

User's liked posts

JDE
Super Contributor
a month ago

Id suggest using an epoxy like builders bog. You can get it at Bunnings. Here is a set of instructions https://www.bhg.com.au/how-to-fill-a-large-hole ...

JDE
Super Contributor
May

They fit on the inside of the trim which the window shuts up against with a cutout around the winder mechanism. Or put a spacer in either side of the ...

JDE
Super Contributor
May

Mainly necessity and savings. Where I live it is near impossible to get a tradie when you need one and often I cant afford the cost. Eg I recently bui ...

JDE
Super Contributor
1 reply
May

Hi how long has it been since the plumber was there? Its not unusual to get some air pockets immediately after a plumbing job. Running a couple of tap ...

JDE
Super Contributor
May

Shaz28 my guess is someone has tried to create an s trap to stop smell. If you look under your sink you will see a similar thing. S and p traps are us ...

JDE
Super Contributor
1 reply
April

Your tap and above fittings are gal pipe. Just make sure when getting it fixed that the plumber doesn't mix metals ie have copper and gal iron in dire ...

JDE
Super Contributor
March

SpravotchkaIve always found a Stanley knife with a curved or hooked blade works best. Like Mitchell said it works better if you cut from the back of t ...

JDE
Super Contributor
March

Looks like a collins miter spring clamp, I think fulton make them too. Pretty sure you can still get them on Amazon?JDE

JDE's Bookmarks
No posts to display.
Contact Me
Online Status
Online
Date Last Visited
yesterday