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firsttimereno
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Hi everyone. Looking for some help with my laundry which is in a teeny space and in need of a gutting & facelift. Current pictures are below and also ...

taha
Newbie

New here in Melbourne ,travelled from overseas . Instantly fell in love with Bunnings Want to build a nice fish pond but no idea where to start. A ...

DionSouthwell
Newbie

Hi, I need some advice on patching the attached hole, basically someone drilled a hole and punctured the water pipe. The wall has been chased and the ...

jaga
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone does anyone have an opinion on after-market batteries for Makita tools? - Are they safe?- Are the reliable?- Is the life span the same?- ...

Razzer
Budding Contributor
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Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I am new here. This is a great community with lots of ideas. I have a question which I hope someone with more knowledge and experience can help. ...

nagumuthu
Budding Contributor

Hello Members Referring to attached images, Could you please advice on how to close the gap, materials to be bought from Bunnings & method of doing it ...

JoshKing
Newbie
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Hello all, have this paint peeling off from the hall way/living area ceiling. The house is from the 70s and the bedrooms' ceilings are just fine. The ...

Werkshop1
Newbie
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My hubby & son built our pergola. When it rains everything leaks, how do we fix this problem. Pergola is made of wood & attached to the house

humblejoe
New Contributor
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Hi All, Wondering if anyone has any hints or experience to share for a novice wanting to start a hydroponic and/or aquaponic system? I have multiple ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
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Hello Kesh, To my millions of fans this lovely couple came in to the store with 45 minutes remaining. I promised them a possible layout for their big ...

Geoffh
Newbie
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I have an existing bathroom and am looking to build a hob around the bath. To do that I'm looking at building from hebel over the existing tiles. What ...

dannyrus
Junior Contributor
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Hey folks, looking for some advice about wood types. I'm going to build a workbench and have found a lot of great examples on this forum for how to do ...

Patto
New Contributor
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Bunnings have recently stocked these great steel industrial looking black metal legs. They went well with the solid Ash panel to make my son this stud ...

Patrick92
New Contributor
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I was wanting to know if there is any type of insulation to use in the garage or can you just use any type?? I just want something cheap...Thanks

Tinyfeather60
Budding Contributor
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Does anyone know if I can get something like this at Bunnings

cthomas
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, Just looking for opinions/ideas for our Laundry on a budget. As this laundry also has a spare toilet (currently unused until we get the new to ...

jeevanfranciz
Budding Contributor
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Rustic computer desk made with pine and coated with Walnut stain and vintage White matte finish paint.      

superfred83
New Contributor
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I went up into the roof today to look for the reason why I have mould in my bedroom. I had a good look around. There is evidence of rats having been i ...

ventodimare
Budding Browser
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Hello! I am a newbie. I've watched DIY stackable wooden planters. My project, however, is slightly different: I want to make a planter to hang out of ...

Razzer
Budding Contributor
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Here is a build that I did in my garage. It is made mainly out of 18mm MDF. I have attached a before and after photo. The vertical draws are to hold 1 ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
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G'day Everyone, A client recently asked me to draw her laundry to see if everything would fit and that it would look okay, even with both machines in ...

BScillio
Newbie
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A decade or two ago, I used a clear-coat (boating/marine) lacquer/sealant mixed with ultra fine grain sand (3to1 mix ratio),painting it in two coats o ...

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