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holmess
Budding Contributor
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Hey team, Any advice on fitting this shower screen door to my shower entry? It's a steel frame house FYI. I've included pics of the door and the show ...

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Hi Everyone! recently joined as I am in need of some advice. Recently covered 4 walls of brick in my living room, and had this seat structure left fro ...

prettyliving
Experienced Contributor
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So hubby and I decided to try out the mirror tinted window film from Bunnings. We are super impressed! We got 2 big windows done the same size as this ...

amclaughlin09
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, We are currently trying to make our house a little nicer, lots of stuff going on, but one thing that has us stumped is a solution to cove ...

Rickmallory
Newbie
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So my cat has been using out bathroom door frame as a makeshift cat scratcher, I bought some wood filler, filled and sanded it as best I can but I d ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We recently completed phase 1 of our renovation and had most of our house professionally painted. The rooms look completely new apart from the ugly ...

mv
Newbie
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Could you suggeste how to screed around external door flushing. I have exetenal sliding door and want to glue pavers in front of it. The door sits ...

prince
New Contributor
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Hi Guys. Lately my bi fold door has been coming off the track. Upon inspection, it seems I need to replace this part: For the life of me, I cannot ...

Benk1
Budding Browser
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KWalt
Newbie
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I have recently moved into a new house and need to build a shelter for my dog in case it rains while I am at work. The trouble is that 6 inches into t ...

StuckAtHome
New Contributor
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Hello I hope you can help. Would be most grateful. Total newbie but my dilemma will be a common one right now. Due to the state of the world right now ...

stacey1621
Budding Browser
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Hi, my dad has built my girls a cubby house. J would like to contribute by making a Dutch door for the front of the cubby. Looking for advice on what ...

HUN-711
Newbie
1 reply

Can I get some help with making something this happen Please? Are there kits available at Bunnings? Im in MelbourneThanks  

Pooja1
Budding Browser
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I need to replace my old windows fly screens frames. Can someone help me out how to make and replace them. Thank you.

Neo19
Junior Contributor
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Hi on the other day my Gainsborough 100 series G4 passage leverset stopped working and had to cut open the latch after someone got locked in. I have r ...

whatamidoing
Occasional Browser
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  Hey guys! I was hoping for some ideas for a theatre room doorway - it’s currently just a second lounge that we’re turning into a theatre room kind o ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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We have an empty block next to our house at the moment and it's blowing a lot of dust everywhere. This weekend it's time to clean the windows. It's n ...

Caron
Established Contributor
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Hello - I have renovated a pair of old artic glass five pane french doors and looking to mount them using the Barn Door Hardware. They are reasonably ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
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Current trim doesn't cover the floating floor and it is on concrete which is outside anything I have tackled before ( I have used the nail through in ...

Shane
Experienced Contributor
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I have old steel frame windows at the front of my brick house and all of the substance that is I assume supposed to be holding the window glass in and ...

ehsantl
Budding Contributor
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Hi guys My backyard door opening to a laneway opens outward and can be only locked and unlocked from inside, photo attached. Just wonder if there is a ...

Caron
Established Contributor
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Hello - I noticed in Bunnings today that Dulux has a renovation range for laminate, tiles and benches.Has anyone used this product? I'm looking for a ...

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