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Tiong
Newbie
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Hello folks,Trying to replace an existing toilet seat and cover as the screw fittings are pitted and corroding. I am not sure how to remove the screw ...

cthomas
New Contributor
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Hi All, Just looking for opinions/ideas for our Laundry on a budget. As this laundry also has a spare toilet (currently unused until we get the new to ...

Maymay
Budding Contributor
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Hi Bunnings expert team I am going to replace a plasterboard wall, could you tell how can I do it, thank you Regards Maymay  

Maymay
Budding Contributor
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Hi Bunnings team Could you give me some advice to replace a piece of ceiling wall And please step by step and what product I have to use Thank youMa ...

DrewCarly
New Contributor
3 replies

theparlourroom
New Contributor
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 My husband has a spinal injury, so when we renovated our laundry we put the washer and dryer *on top* of the bench top. It’s fantastic as we don’t ha ...

rmillard
New Contributor
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I would love to DIY my bathroom. I got a little crazy with the demolition and apparently followed very bad advice to remove the render. So, it needs ...

Stuardo
Established Contributor
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When you cut and join laminate benchtops is it enough to just use PVA glue between the joins? I heard a horror story of water getting into the join ca ...

GlenS
New Contributor
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After Repainted old solid wood cupboards, replaced benchtops and taps, and retiled. Cupboards...Dulux Renovation Range- colour Ticking Benchtops... ...

katew164
Budding Contributor
17 replies

Hi, I'm looking to update my 1950's kitchen. The most annoying things are the glass cabinetry over the benches and narrow bench space. Plan is to repl ...

prettyliving
Experienced Contributor
82 replies

    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

Ang_flange
Junior Contributor
16 replies

We moved to our 40acre property just under two years ago. With all the things we need to do in the property, renos inside the house have taken a back ...

wendalls
Budding Contributor
6 replies

We're looking to do a kitchen update - among other things - but the Kitchen is the thing I'm finding hardest to decide, it's one of the most expensive ...

orps
Budding Contributor
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Would love some advice/ideas for redoing our laundry space to accomodate our two cats. Right now, this is what our laundry looks like, it's set into ...

bruce93
Budding Contributor
4 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 ...

kathleentobias
New Contributor
3 replies

Finally started on project that’s been on a drawing board for a while ( a long long time). Converting a bedroom into 2 en-suite adjacent rooms. Gutted ...

Sez
Junior Contributor
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The kitchen was my biggest decision maker. Because I had to decide whether I wanted the house to be open living or closed and separated as it was. Hav ...

Sez
Junior Contributor
1 reply

   My new Laundry/ Pantry Reno. Clearly I have some finishing touches and electrics to be completed but I’m so excited about the improvement I had to ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
10 replies

We have been slowly transforming our 'backyard' AKA courtyard since moving into our Victorian inner city home. The previous owners kindly left us a ...

hello9819
Newbie
3 replies

  I am trying to take out our old curtains and replace with the Bunnings roller blinds but have come across this straw stuff. Does anyone know what i ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
18 replies

We live in a late 1950s triple-fronted brick veneer house. Initially our home had one bathroom but in the early 1980s the previous owners added on ...

garyw
Newbie
2 replies

Hi, Thanks for adding me to this exciting forum. My question is regarding insulating my existing sunroom to convert it to all season room. The problem ...

BryceBrad
New Contributor
3 replies

Hi Fellow DIYersI will be attempting my first re-tile for the laundry room. I have done quite a bit of research however, one thing I am unsure is rega ...

newbie23
New Contributor
7 replies

HiI am looking to do a small renovation on my kitchen and would love some advice.My budget is 8k max with appliances. Problem is I don't think I can ...

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