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john101
New Contributor
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Hi I am building an outside kitchen and I need to Know how to drill a 35mm hole in a stainless steel sink

Heidixe
Budding Browser
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Hello everyone. This looks like an awesome community and this is my first post. I'm a complete beginner in doing this so please bare with me. My part ...

csand109
Regular Browser
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I recently bought a grey water hose on my quest to reduce water wastage. When I connected it to the outlet hose of my washing machine, I thought I’d d ...

shravanbec
New Contributor
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Hello, I;m moving into a 40 year old apartment. Current bathroom has a shower, toilet next to it and followed by a bath tub. It also has Vanity straig ...

tebert
New Contributor
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I started thinking if I changed the flooring in my bathroom it would look nicer. then I started thinking of moving things around. I hate a shower over ...

amelia
Budding Contributor

Hi everyone Currently renovating the laundry and I wanted to change my laundry taps to this type of pot filler spout: Only problem is they all seem t ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I'm writing about my custom pool design in a separate post but felt this aspect needs a specific post for itself. I want to hide my pool pump (1.5hp) ...

unskilled
Newbie
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the bathroom sink taps have been leaking for a while, i replaced the washers and this lasted about 2 days. then i reseated the spindle bit where the w ...

kashgenius
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I am looking for ideas on how should I fill up the garden pond that I recently got emptied. I do not wish to pump water in and out anymore. ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
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Attached is my Christmas gift to the community! I will answer "Any" reasonable question about the 5 cabinet kitchen plan I have just drawn. You will ...

Justlucky2k2
Budding Contributor
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This is my first post. I live in an old home which has no toilet inside the house. Inside bathroom has bathtub which i never use and shower screen i ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I have the great pleasure and challenge of designing the pool for the new house :smile: In our current place we have a small fibreglass pool which we ...

dannyrus
Junior Contributor
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Hey folks, I'm mid-way through a bathroom reno and I managed to pick up a used vanity with tap, so would like to be able to use it all if possible. Th ...

Krusty
Budding Contributor

Be careful changing tap washers,I found out if you use the reaming tool too often or for too long you will remove too much of the surface and the wash ...

cp
Newbie
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With level 2 water restrictions kicking in, we have been teaching the kids about water recycling and are looking for ideas on pumping water from the b ...

Kylie63
Budding Browser
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My hot water service started leaking after my water meter was changed, as soon as the water was turned back on the pressure caused something to give w ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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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. ...

aucklsun
Regular Browser
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When raining, water leaking drop along logburner chinmey, I think chimney flashing area is problem. We did to repair it with some silicon sealant, sil ...

Irene
Regular Browser
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Hi, I am rather new at all this and operating without a budget really, but....I have a old glass sliding shower screen across a long shower space with ...

julianl
Newbie
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Hi can anyone help? My pressure reducer has relief outlet which lets a lot of water out. When I turn down tap volume to remove this unwanted flow I ge ...

Rosetta28
Bolted-on Browser
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Hi All, Hoping you can help us! From the attached pictures, as you can see we have already a small concrete slab section. We are hoping to level with ...

JillofallTrades
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Hi everyone, about halfway through pulling out all the old kitchen cupboards and need to remove the sink and taps. Is this something that I can do mys ...

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