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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Insta @projectpete.diy @at.home.rosehill and @homeprojectco
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ProjectPete
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Tuesday

It's a really nice range @sapphi I haven't installed it yet but may be doing some in my own place soon and have quoted a couple of customers in it ...

ProjectPete
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4 weeks ago

They're just fairly standard subway tiles @tremas from a local supplier (Perth - Osborne Park) but I'm sure Bunnings offers the same.

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March

You could try a rubber seal @an_kv which would require you to loosen the underbench fixings so you can lift the stovetop enough to fit the seal - you ...

ProjectPete
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March

@Louisecomau The panels are actually 1200mm wide. Each groove is spaced 100mm apart. Depending on the overall style you're going for, easycraft offer ...

ProjectPete
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March

Ah you remember that one @TedBear That's actually for my theatre which I haven't done yet as I haven't decided on the panelling just yet but I think ...

ProjectPete
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March

@TedBear I just fixed a 90mm timber batten to the very edge of the wall to essentially extend it. Then filled the gap/join (as both materials are penc ...

ProjectPete
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March

Nice project you have on your hands @Louisecomau I suggest using 1.5mm aluminium angle trim instead of timber simply because it's so much thinner a ...

ProjectPete
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March

Best thing to do is search for "plunge pools" - plenty of options now @soloreno Obviously concrete pools give you more flexibility in finals design ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @cesposito82. It's fantastic to have you join us, and many thanks for your question. Let me mention @Proj ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Wonderful news, @ProjectPete and my congratulations! I, too, look forward to seeing some candid shots of the bub. Well done and look after yoursel ...

redracer01
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2 weeks ago

Hello @ProjectPete Congratulations on the new baby boy! Hope mum and bub are healthy and home already! Cheers!Red

Community Manager Jason
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2 weeks ago

Congratulations to @ProjectPete on the arrival of your beautiful son. Enjoy this really special time with your family. We look forward to seeing so ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

Hi @sapphi, @ProjectPete is one of our resident cladding experts and he's showcased some of his amazing work on the site. Be sure to check out his ...

sapphi
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 Hi community has anyone had experience using the porta contours range of cladding?I would like to use it to update our kitchen bench around the sides ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @ron3alex. It's amazing that you've joined us, and many thanks for your question. Here's our complete ran ...

ron3alex
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2 weeks ago

Hii am planning to put the VJ Panel to one of my bedroomdoes the panels come in different sizes ?can i also hire the staple screw gun used in the vide ...

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ProjectPete
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Tuesday

It's a really nice range @sapphi I haven't installed it yet but may be doing some in my own place soon and have quoted a couple of customers in it ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
4 weeks ago

They're just fairly standard subway tiles @tremas from a local supplier (Perth - Osborne Park) but I'm sure Bunnings offers the same.

ProjectPete
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1 reply
March

You could try a rubber seal @an_kv which would require you to loosen the underbench fixings so you can lift the stovetop enough to fit the seal - you ...

ProjectPete
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March

@Louisecomau The panels are actually 1200mm wide. Each groove is spaced 100mm apart. Depending on the overall style you're going for, easycraft offer ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
1 reply
March

Ah you remember that one @TedBear That's actually for my theatre which I haven't done yet as I haven't decided on the panelling just yet but I think ...

ProjectPete
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3 replies
March

@TedBear I just fixed a 90mm timber batten to the very edge of the wall to essentially extend it. Then filled the gap/join (as both materials are penc ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
3 replies
March

Nice project you have on your hands @Louisecomau I suggest using 1.5mm aluminium angle trim instead of timber simply because it's so much thinner a ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
2 replies
March

Best thing to do is search for "plunge pools" - plenty of options now @soloreno Obviously concrete pools give you more flexibility in finals design ...

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