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This is a great project for anyone wanting to hide their unsightly rubbish bins.
Hope it inspires you to do something similar.
I have added a video below or you can find full details on the Bunnings website.
These are really funky. Bins look so, you know, bleah. This makes the whole area look elegant, specially with those black hinges. Looks more like a treasure chest than a rubbish receptacle. The video makes it look pretty straight forward. What kind of bit do you need to drill holes for countersunk heads?
Does this help? - https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-range/tools/tool-accessories/drill-bits/countersinking-bits
@Jason Perfect, thanks.
Yep. Thought about something like this before so now I’ve seen it I’m up for it. Although having to pull the bins in and out every time you put rubbish in isn’t ideal. Might work a top hinge/strut system into mine. Good job.
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