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shivs
New Contributor
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My house was painted about 10 months ago but it wasn't cleaned up properly. Lots of paint left everywhere (see pics) on door knobs, frosted glass wind ...

Old-gal24
Established Contributor
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The top layer of timber is splitting of my front door which is very weathered at the bottom of the door. I have asked a few places here and I get muc ...

Itai
Junior Contributor
22 replies

Hi All. We've just purchased a house and we'll be getting the keys in December.I'm fishing for tips, ideas and advice for a home reno. What mistakes h ...

Orange
Occasional Browser
4 replies

Hi there, first time being here. I would like some advise please. As showing on the image, on the right side of the door, part of the edge is worn. Ju ...

Scottey83
New Contributor
1 reply

Hi everyone. Im currently in a rental. We have no screendoors for airflow in summer. Any ideas of how i can affix a door, so i can remove it each nigh ...

MelissaM1
New Contributor
10 replies

Hi,I am in a rental, and gained permission to hang curtains and remove the revolting verticals. Recent surgery prevented me from doing it myself, my n ...

Oz
New Contributor
6 replies

I've bought a house and the previous owner didn't put in the door jambs around each door frame for whatever reason. He measured them and left them in ...

Scott59
Newbie
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I have a number of aluminium Windows. We have painted outside of house and want the window frames to be white. What is the best way to repaint the al ...

rookie8
Newbie
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Hey guys, Complete newbie here. So I’ve seen some houses use shade cloth mounted On the side of their house from their colorbond fences to their eav ...

Robyhe
Newbie
3 replies

Wanting to replace flyscreen mesh on front security door with tougher aluminium mesh, anyone done this before and if yes please enlighten me on how yo ...

laraxc
New Contributor
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We have an iron security gate outside our home. Is it possible to add gauze or mesh in some way to turn it into a fly screen?  

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
12 replies

He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

bunlovers
New Contributor
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Ok. So old neighbors put a dumb colourbond fence up so my room HEATS UP ALOT!!! I like my sunlight but also privacy as ol m8 likes to perv in. Iv got ...

Lh
Occasional Browser
2 replies

Is there a closer for a sliding door ? like on an ordinary screen door

Emma87
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello! The door to my bathroom cabinet has come off... the area surrounding which the screw fits into has chipped away making the door unable to be re ...

grantd
New Contributor
10 replies

Can someone please tell me how to lubricate a screen door closer cylinder to make it close without slamming at the end.

mez
Newbie
5 replies

Hey all, I need some help with the blinds I bought from Bunnings last week. Included with the blinds were two brackets and a little cord. I tried to p ...

metaman
Frequent Browser
2 replies

Are these available anywhere. I am in a rental property & need something to attaché curtain rods for blockout curtains to Venetian blinds without ...

MelBrown
Junior Contributor
8 replies

So I finally got my tiles and was able to finish the job. I am very happy with the results. The whole lot is water proof and will stop any further wat ...

Rogerk
New Contributor
6 replies

The 25mm aluminium flyscreen frame material that Bunnings sell has a width of 11mm. (The side that goes in the channel around the window). The channel ...

Eaglerock17
Bolted-on Browser
2 replies

What is the approx distance that should be left between the top of mirrored wardrobe doors and the runner/track/rail? (to allow enough space for the s ...

beckyboo
Budding Contributor
16 replies

Hi, I'm very new to DIY. This will be my first ever project. Last week I bought an old Millard caravan for 500 dollars. I'm unsure of the year and mo ...

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