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beckyboo
Budding Contributor
15 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 ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
47 replies

As I'm nearing the end of our backyard games room project, I had an eclectic assortment of items in my basket during my long weekend trip to Bunnings. ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
10 replies

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

Adam_W
Super Contributor
4 replies

Looking forward to the first issue FREE in Bunnings Warehouses from this weekend.And yes... proud to say I've been working with the team to create som ...

biancario00
New Contributor
2 replies

I just received my OCEA Bathroom TV however im still confused how will i install it. I want it near my bathtub however, eventhough they claim that it' ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
8 replies

Would you consider installing a television in the bathroom? A TV in the bathroom could be a fantastic way to relax as you catch up with your favouri ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor

Bali hut and pond in the garden

BrettBuilt
Junior Contributor
17 replies

Hi all, new to this group, but wanted a place to consolidate all the info, photos and our "trials and tribulations" related to our slowly progressin ...

vanderneut
New Contributor
1 reply

The entrance of our home has a two-story tall ceiling with a chandelier very high up. There is absolutely no way (ever!) I'd be getting on a tall ladd ...

Stuardo
Established Contributor
5 replies

Hi Workshoppers, I want to remove the old phone jack on the wall in the kitchen and plaster up the hole.My question is, is it safe to just cut the wir ...

AnitaH25
Junior Contributor

There are so many decorative light bulbs available to buy now that look so awesome when switched on but once the lampshade is added the effects are l ...

darylhewston
Super Contributor
32 replies

G'day fellow workshoppers, Finally got around to designing, building and installing the new auto door for our girls. I was quiet shocked at the pri ...

aplas1987
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Hi all, Our outdoor lights appear to have come off the walls (they are old). I am wondering how easy it is to put them back on? We are also looking to ...

Joker
Experienced Contributor
5 replies

We've finally got NBN in our street and I'm thinking about signing up. I've had Telstra cable internet for over 10 years and am happy with it, althoug ...

TonyJ
Budding Contributor
38 replies

Hi all, We are installing 16 extra solar panels on our roof and adding battery storage. The battery is a 1.2KW Lithium Iron Phosphate with 10 yea ...

Kim
Established Contributor
10 replies

It's really hot today and we have evaporative cooling installed. It does a great job until mid-afternoon, and then the challenge of the heat seems t ...

RohanH
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Hi all! I've just purchased a new single fronted Victorian home which is in need of some work in the bathroom and kitchen departments! It has an old W ...

Trusted Supplier Loctite
Trusted Supplier
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Kintsuglue is a new moldable putty that can be used to repair, reconstruct, enhance and protect. The putty has many applications, including repairing ...

katsmith
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Looking for impressions of the Ring video doorbells please. Does anyone have one? Is the video quality on the cheapest version sufficient? Do you need ...

AHoy
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

Thinking about getting this - seems like a very quick and easy solution to home security. We've been burgled once before, with the offender crowbaring ...

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