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bruce93
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hi Guys. My Fiance and I moved into our house at the end of the march. Have done a few small things such as replace some basins, and tapware and carpe ...

superfred83
New Contributor
2 replies

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 ...

Emm1
New Contributor
6 replies

kathyht
New Contributor
3 replies

which way up do you install a solar tube diffuser? Ezy Lite brand

sandoorus
New Contributor
12 replies

I wanted to share with you my feature wall I made out of pallets. It is my entrance hallway. Everything I used was from bunnings.          

arijit_bh
Newbie
2 replies

Hi There I have a 43inch TV that i want to wall mount . The weight is 10 kg for the TV. I also have bought a wall mount bracket ( https://www.kogan ...

1 reply

Wanting advice on installing Security lights to house to light up driveway ,and entrance area.What are the best lights with weather resistance,and whe ...

Concrete1
New Contributor
1 reply

I need some advice about the best place to source a replacement part of a light fitting : see photo - I need to replace the glass spherical cover tha ...

Kimberly2020
Frequent Browser
1 reply

I was gifted this beautiful little van called "Kimberly" by a special friend in 2018. 18 months later she is finished and roadworthy. I'm just sewing ...

Brian58
Budding Browser
1 reply

can the arlec outdoor led flood lights have the lead taken off and be hard wired into the house ?

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
55 replies

It's nearly winter and the temperature is starting to drop, particularly at night. Unfortunately, when the temperature drops, our power bills tend to ...

lindaperry
New Contributor
6 replies

I need motion sensor lighting in my scullery. Can someone recommend a good light. One that turns on when you go in & turns off when you go out. thanks

AKFN
New Contributor
8 replies

We've been trying to decide on the best possible design for a new kitchen to rid ourselves on the criminally green one currently in-situ (c.1936). We ...

darylhewston
Super Contributor
50 replies
May

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 ...

rdparsons36
New Contributor
10 replies
May

I have purchased a arlec solar led wall light (LVS661K) but unable to find how to get to the batteries. No instructions included with the light. app ...

dani2526
Junior Contributor
35 replies
May

Hi everyone I was hoping for some wiring helpwith my auto chicken door please. I have copied my plans from another post on this page by Darryl. I h ...

wuxuan
New Contributor
7 replies
May

 My kettle fell accidentally, so I need to replace a new switch now, but I don't know where to find it.

Conair400
Budding Contributor
10 replies
May

Hi all, I’m looking at installing UFO LED High Bay lighting in my garage instead of your traditional Fluorescent lighting. I have read some reviews on ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May

I've always loved seeing neighbours yards lit up at night when running around my local area. I decided to add some festoon party lights to our backyar ...

racecars254
Newbie
5 replies
May

Hey guys, has anyone retro fit / outfit their garage with the LED baton style range of lights available? Looking to see if anyone has done anything ...

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  

markmarshall
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi All, My current dust collector (DC) setup is flexible 100mm hose from DC to the tool be it table saw, jointer, thicknesser etc. I am considering ...

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