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ProjectPete
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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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January

Thanks @CarlosA! As @EricL said, 2mm either side is sufficient. The problem is, walls are rarely straight/square so you need to measure at 3 points ...

ProjectPete
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October

@Kaz27 Grab some 50x25 H3 Pine (0051003) to use as a frame. Fix these to the top and bottom rails.only using 14g 50mm Bugle Metal Teks (0115705). T ...

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September

You need to leave an expansion gap around the panels (top and bottom and where the sides butt up to a wall). Filling these gaps somewhat defeats th ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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January

Hi @CarlosA Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us, and thank you for joining the discussion. It's won ...

CarlosA
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January

@ProjectPete Hi Mate, Great Job! I would like to know, Did you cut it to the exact length or a few mms short to allow you to fit between walls? If so ...

Kaz27
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Hi, I want to attach the specriite pre-oiled merbau alternating slat fence panel to a colourbond fence. Is there a way to directly attach it to the to ...

Community Manager Jason
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October

Looking great so far @Krause. So pleased to see you've been inspired by @ProjectPete's fantastic Kitchen island EasyVJ panelling project. Please pro ...

Krause
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    I recently painted my kitchen cabinets white and instead of painting the front of the kitchen island white I decided to give @ProjectPete ‘s ki ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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September

Hello @LeeLee81 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you for joining the discussion. Let me tag @ProjectPete so that he is made ...

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ProjectPete
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January

Thanks @CarlosA! As @EricL said, 2mm either side is sufficient. The problem is, walls are rarely straight/square so you need to measure at 3 points ...

ProjectPete
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October

@Kaz27 Grab some 50x25 H3 Pine (0051003) to use as a frame. Fix these to the top and bottom rails.only using 14g 50mm Bugle Metal Teks (0115705). T ...

ProjectPete
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September

You need to leave an expansion gap around the panels (top and bottom and where the sides butt up to a wall). Filling these gaps somewhat defeats th ...

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