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@Trouper66 Have you considered replacing one of the screws in the hinge with a longer one that goes all the way through into the supporting timber. O ...

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@sheila Shelia do you mean you cant get it tight or it wont stay tight ie it comes lose as you use the handle? If it is the second nail polish on t ...

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2 weeks ago

AGJust another suggestion have you thought of getting it stenciled? Basically a thin layer of coloured concrete which can gives a 3d effect and aĺlows ...

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2 weeks ago

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JVMwp4Hm7OQ hope this helps JDE

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3 weeks ago

Sugar just a couple of suggestions. First make sure the patio is clean with no bits sticking up, id suggest using a pressure cleaner. Decide if you a ...

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a month ago

You would be looking for something like a Diablo 93mm multi function tool sanding pad. Available at Bunnings. It should fit but Just get them to check ...

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a month ago

Sherylg you need to attach the triangular sanding head and then the sandpaper to the head to use it for sanding.James

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BethSounds like the plumber has put soft touch washers in (large half ball shaped) they're supposed to give a better seal and be easier to switch off ...

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Hi @JDE. Many thanks for your question. I am not aware of a minimum depth requirement, nor can I find documentation to verify but you would need to ...

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Hello @JDE Have you thought about using a Saniflo pump? This should sort out any fall issues you have, the Saniflo pumps have a 5 meter vertical/head ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Hi @Dearie. I would be pleased to get the discussion started. I'll also be particularly interested to see what our fantastic community members use t ...

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JDE
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a week ago

@Trouper66 Have you considered replacing one of the screws in the hinge with a longer one that goes all the way through into the supporting timber. O ...

JDE
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

AGJust another suggestion have you thought of getting it stenciled? Basically a thin layer of coloured concrete which can gives a 3d effect and aĺlows ...

JDE
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2 weeks ago

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JVMwp4Hm7OQ hope this helps JDE

JDE
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3 weeks ago

Sugar just a couple of suggestions. First make sure the patio is clean with no bits sticking up, id suggest using a pressure cleaner. Decide if you a ...

JDE
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a month ago

You would be looking for something like a Diablo 93mm multi function tool sanding pad. Available at Bunnings. It should fit but Just get them to check ...

JDE
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3 replies
a month ago

Sherylg you need to attach the triangular sanding head and then the sandpaper to the head to use it for sanding.James

JDE
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a month ago

BethSounds like the plumber has put soft touch washers in (large half ball shaped) they're supposed to give a better seal and be easier to switch off ...

JDE
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a month ago

We painted over tiles years ago. I remember the main thing was prep, We washed with sugar soap, sanded with fine sand paper then painted with an etchi ...

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