Bunnings Warehouse shopper shares unbelievable find in carpark

An eagle-eyed Bunnings customer has revealed a very unusual find in the carpark of their local store.

Sharing on Reddit, the shopper posted a pic of a ute spotted outside a Bunnings in Victoria.

The image showed how the driver had used old thongs as a makeshift mudflap on his vehicle.

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A closer look shows three mismatched thongs attached to the back right-hand corner of the ute, above the wheel.

And while many might think the humble Bunnings sausage sizzle might be the most Australian thing you’ll find in the store’s carpark, many begged to differ.

“Only in Australia!” said one.

Added another: “It’s not every day you see a proud member of the Order of the Thong.”

Said one more: “I bet there is a coathanger at the front. In the shape of Australia.”

Bunnings transformation

Meanwhile, a Bunnings shopper has revealed her unbelievable hack for transforming the front porch on a budget.

Sharing on her Instagram page @uh_ohanotherreno, mum Annabel revealed how she used a couple of tins of paint from Bunnings and a stencil sheet to overhaul the concrete landing.

While re-tiling the deck with popular patterned tiles is a popular home trend for renovators, it can costs thousands of dollars in materials and tradesmen.

But DIY expert Annabel has shows how the same look can be created for a fraction of the cost.

Bunnings Warehouse shopper shares unbelievable find in carpark

“I am SO pleased with how my DIY stencilling turned out on the front porch of #ourwillageereno!” she wrote.

Adding that the transformed area was “totally unrecognisable” compared to the before photo Annabel shared her her technique for DIY project.

“The stencil is the ‘Capri’ from @cutthesheetstencils and I’ve used @duluxaus Weathershield in Shale Grey for the base and Snowy Mountains Quarter to roll the stencil,” she said.

“One more job ticked off the list!”

Bunnings fans were blown away by the makeover.

“Just wow!” said one.

Added another: “What a difference.”

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Secret for perfect shower screens

A Melbourne mum has shared her amazing secret Bunnings hack for transforming shower screens – and it involves no harsh scrubbing or chemicals.

Sharing on a popular Facebook page, Amanda revealed how she uses a window scraper to shave the shower scum off her showers.

The savvy tool is available at the hardware giant at prices starting at just $1.99, and Amanda swears by it for an effortless clean with no cleaning products at all.

“Since a lot of you ask about help to clean a shower! I thought I’d share a tool I found at Bunnings in the cleaning section,” said Amanda on the Mums Who Clean page.

“I use no cleaning products with this and it’s super easy to use! And no, it doesn’t scratch the glass.”

The video was a hit with other members on the page.

“I tried this tonight and it literally took seconds, genius!” said one.

Added another: “Holy crap that’s amazing!”

Wrote a third: “I use one of these to clean my oven and glass cooktop. Never scratched it and it does an amazing job!”

Said one more: “I’m going to buy one right now, this is amazing.”

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