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JDE
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January

I was blessed my father was the original DIYer if you wanted anything you made it yourself. He taught me well. I remember building a shearing shed wit ...

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January

@John57 Are you able to link it to your stormwater? JDE

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December

R4You don't need to fill it with concrete only sand or soil.If you want to use it as a garden area punch a hole in the bottom and fill with garden mix ...

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Have you thought of getting sand (white or other) mixing with some off white cement?Mix dry, fill gaps, then broom off to the level you want and then ...

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December

To the right of the picture you have taken there should be another part that fills the tiolet. Inlet valve. On top of it there should be a knob or sc ...

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MikeI always go ply these days. Extra stength and less water problems even if it takes more time to give a good finish. I am in the middle of building ...

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Hi @Craig72 As Mitchell said without seeing in the roof there is no way to definitely tell. If you have a truss roof frame you may be lucky. If I had ...

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Mk1Probably too late but just a reminder if you go with mirror. While is great in the day time and you can see out while others can't see in. The oppo ...

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November

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 ...

TedBear
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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

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 ...

redracer01
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May

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 ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

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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January

I was blessed my father was the original DIYer if you wanted anything you made it yourself. He taught me well. I remember building a shearing shed wit ...

JDE
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December

R4You don't need to fill it with concrete only sand or soil.If you want to use it as a garden area punch a hole in the bottom and fill with garden mix ...

JDE
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December

Have you thought of getting sand (white or other) mixing with some off white cement?Mix dry, fill gaps, then broom off to the level you want and then ...

JDE
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December

To the right of the picture you have taken there should be another part that fills the tiolet. Inlet valve. On top of it there should be a knob or sc ...

JDE
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December

MikeI always go ply these days. Extra stength and less water problems even if it takes more time to give a good finish. I am in the middle of building ...

JDE
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December

Hi @Craig72 As Mitchell said without seeing in the roof there is no way to definitely tell. If you have a truss roof frame you may be lucky. If I had ...

JDE
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December

Mk1Probably too late but just a reminder if you go with mirror. While is great in the day time and you can see out while others can't see in. The oppo ...

JDE
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December

ItsangusI have done both but for daughter I was fitting to a sliding window. I used some 50x70 on the bottom of the unit to sit on the window sill and ...

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