Bunnings Warehouse team member Julia Bailey and community co-ordinator Karen Lowe get ready to teach women important DIY skills.
Bunnings Warehouse team member Julia Bailey and community co-ordinator Karen Lowe get ready to teach women important DIY skills.

Warwick sisters DIY for themselves

LADIES strap on your tool belt, grab a handsaw and show the men what you are made of by learning new DIY skills.

Bunnings Warehouse Warwick will hold a Bunnings Ladies Night for women who want to gain the skills and confidence to work on a range of home and garden projects.

Bunnings Warehouse community co-ordinator Karen Lowe knows the importance of a handy woman around the house and wants to encourage others to have a go.

“It is a real ladies night but with drills and hammers... it is a great non-threatening environment to learn some great skills and a chance to meet other women with a DIY interest,” Mrs Lowe said.

The evening will start with lessons on fixing taps and will be followed by a class on making your own tool box to take home and start your own collection.

A representative from Yates Garden Products will present information about their range and show how to keep gardens in great shape.

Nippon Paints will also be a part of the DIY show with a representative demonstrating painting methods and the best paints to use around the house.

A representative from Ozito Power Tools will give hands-on instructions on their range of power tools and explain where and how to use them.

Light refreshments will be served and plenty of great prizes to win.


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