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JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
2 weeks ago

Hi @niva, I’d start by cleaning the area thoroughly with Cromellin 4l Efflorescence Removerand a good stiff bristled brush such as Sabco Bamboo All Pu ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
2 weeks ago

Hi @joeldratcliffe, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop Community! I'd be looking to use a white silicone sealant such as Parfix 300g White Bathroom and ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
2 weeks ago

Hi @makingmesses, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop Community! I'd be starting with something like the Masterfinish 300mm Floor Scraper to remove the o ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
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2 weeks ago

Hi @colinweiren, I'd be looking at using something like the Rocket Wet and Dry Sanding Sheets to gently remove the corrosion. If you are unable to rem ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Helen7, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop Community! Is the plan to install the wet area panel over the top of the tiles? If this is the case, you’ ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
3 weeks ago

Hey @Andythommo97, Unfortunately, I don't think there is an easy fix to this one. I've had a look through Lysaght's flashing guide (Flashing Guide) an ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
3 weeks ago

Hi @Harvi69,Sandleford 6x2200mm Curved Rear Door Seal Is it something like this that you’ve seen? Jacob

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
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4 weeks ago

Hi @elbow, Could you use something like Metal Mate 32x3mm 3m Black Aluminium Flat Bar? Then just pull the post on the right over while screwing off to ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
3 weeks ago

Hello @Andythommo97 My apologies for the late reply. Can you please tell us how far apart the corrugated roofing is? Can you also please post a pho ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
3 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Andythommo97. We're pleased to have you join us. Apologies for the slow reply. Let me tag one of our r ...

TedBear
Kind of a Big Deal
a month ago

Hi @newuser , I am definitely with @EricL on the idea that you will need to add timber in order to be able to safely move this bench. The manufacturer ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
a month ago

Afternoon @newuser Must say wheels on things make slife a LOT easier! Adding wheels to your workbench I think is doable. Upgrading your tabletop coul ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
a month ago

Hello @newuser Thanks for sharing your question about adding wheels to the Pinnacle garage bench. If you are placing heavy items on your work bench ...

neverlostau
Finding My Feet
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a month ago

Thanks @Jason A friend lent me his Worx Compact Circular Saw (I think Ozito does one similar) with a diamond blade that he used to use for cutting ou ...

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JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
2 weeks ago

Hi @joeldratcliffe, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop Community! I'd be looking to use a white silicone sealant such as Parfix 300g White Bathroom and ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
2 weeks ago

Hi @makingmesses, Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop Community! I'd be starting with something like the Masterfinish 300mm Floor Scraper to remove the o ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
2 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @colinweiren, I'd be looking at using something like the Rocket Wet and Dry Sanding Sheets to gently remove the corrosion. If you are unable to rem ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
3 weeks ago

Hey @Andythommo97, Unfortunately, I don't think there is an easy fix to this one. I've had a look through Lysaght's flashing guide (Flashing Guide) an ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
3 weeks ago

Hi @Harvi69,Sandleford 6x2200mm Curved Rear Door Seal Is it something like this that you’ve seen? Jacob

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
1 reply
4 weeks ago

Hi @elbow, Could you use something like Metal Mate 32x3mm 3m Black Aluminium Flat Bar? Then just pull the post on the right over while screwing off to ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
a month ago

Hey @SaadMalik, I’d loosen the other screws off and get the last one started before tightening everything up. It may be misaligned while everything is ...

JacobZ95
Growing in Experience
a month ago

Looks great @Coryneedshelp!

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