How To Weld Sheet Metal – Part 1 of 2 – Welding Sheet Metal Basics with Eastwood
How To Sand Walls – DIY At Bunnings

How To Sand Walls – DIY At Bunnings

I’m going to show you have to sand down a wall in preparation for painting it. Now, first, the most important thing we need is a sandpaper. Now, the lower the number, the more more coarse the grit. Unless the surface is really rough, you…

Thumbprint Wedding Guest Book: The DIY Bride

Thumbprint Wedding Guest Book: The DIY Bride

A Thumbprint Wedding Guest Book Hi, Guys, I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio Knit! I’m so excited. Today is the DIY Wedding Collaboration with many of my favorite Kin Community channels. Together, we are bringing you some of our favorite DIY projects that are perfect…

How To Sand Timber Floors – DIY At Bunnings

We’re going to sand floorboards now, and we’re going to use this large drum sander which does the center part of the room. And then we’ll use the small edging sander to get around right to the perimeters of the skirting board, and we finish…

How To Seal A Door – DIY At Bunnings

We’re going to seal a door to stop drafts coming in and stop the heat going out. To do that, you’d need to have a hacksaw, a drill, a weather strip at the bottom, rubber seal, and a Stanley knife so that you can cut…

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants in Walls

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants in Walls

When a carpenter ant nest is located in a wall void, you’ll need to open up the wall before applying a foam or dust product. There are two ways to open a wall for treatment. The first way is to cut away pieces of sheetrock….

DIY Light Up Disney Art (Anna & Elsa + Beauty & the Beast) – Room Decor (Requested Video)
How To Seal A Window – DIY At Bunnings

How To Seal A Window – DIY At Bunnings

I’m going to show you how you can seal up your windows with a nice, easy weather strip. So, what this will do once your windows are closed is stop the cold air coming in and keeping dollars in your pocket. Now, what we’re going…

How To Remove Silicone Sealant – DIY At Bunnings

How To Remove Silicone Sealant – DIY At Bunnings

We’ve got some silicone that needs to be removed around a bathroom sink because it’s discoloured and moldy. To do that, we’ll need a sharp knife, scraper, and to clean up the area we’ll need some methylated spirits and a sponge. The first thing I’m…

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