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2 hours ago

Hi Tiffany.For me - I'd try and get into the roof - find that hole - clean around it, apply a big bead of liquid nails and position a scrap piece of g ...

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7 hours ago

That looks fantastic! :-).I like the recessed doggy bowl idea.Your dog has a beautiful piece of real estate - but he looks unhappy? Our dog has a less ...

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8 hours ago

Looks great! So that 'fake' concrete layer won't come away from wood? Sticks well?

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My eldest son bought a house last year built around 1965. Below are photos of the ceramic rail holders - one which is shattered. Amazingly he found ...

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yesterday

Hi Rogery. Is that locking 'nut' plastic?Is there enough room for a large pair of multi-grips positioned at an angle - for that added twist? I feel fo ...

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yesterday

I see the fence.Does it come with a mitre gauge?

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Sunday

"You'd likely be better off with Lanko 5kg 136 Rapid Patching Mortar as it is designed for repairing concrete." Thanks very much for the product in ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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21 hours ago

Hello @tiffany201 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your question about patching holes in t ...

Wouldy
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Saturday

@Noyade It's hard to find good owners that treat tenants fairly. The only thing I can do in this case is be quiet, observe and eventually make things ...

TopDadDIY
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My daughter and I would like to share this easy to make kayak loader for under $25AU. All you need is 2x3m lengths of 90mm PVC storm water pipe, a ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Saturday

Awesome instructional D.I.Y. @TopDadDIY. Really impressed with how you've conveyed this project. I've been considering how I'd single-handedly loa ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a week ago

Hello @Wouldy I suggest using Citristrip 946ml Paint Stripper Gel. I recommend testing a small spot to make sure it does not damage the finish of ...

Wouldy
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Thursday

Thanks for the advice @EricL

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Noyade
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yesterday

Hi Rogery. Is that locking 'nut' plastic?Is there enough room for a large pair of multi-grips positioned at an angle - for that added twist? I feel fo ...

Noyade
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Sunday

"You'd likely be better off with Lanko 5kg 136 Rapid Patching Mortar as it is designed for repairing concrete." Thanks very much for the product in ...

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Saturday

Hi Dexter. Nice wardrobe - very tidy! I was thinking of some battens attached to the sides at whatever height you want and then insert the shelves?Ju ...

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Friday

"I can see lumps of hair" A few week back - our bathroom vanity was slow to drain.I 'plunged' and managed to grab some hair strands and pulled and pul ...

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Friday

Hi Dexter! "I have wardrobe with no shelves or partition" Possibly an act of heresy on a Bunnings forum and I don't wanna cramp your desire to build - ...

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Friday

Great thing about this site is learning and seeing products I've not seen or heard of before.

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Friday

Hi Varununi. Looks almost like our pergola when we purchased our house.As far as that post - I've used a carjack with wood/steel to prop up the horizo ...

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Friday

"Perhaps the gutter needs a clean?" Never thought of that simple solution. Well played Eric!

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