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From gardening and power tools to storage solutions and a paint service that matches every color of your home, it's no wonder Australians like to shop at Bunnings Warehouse

From overestimating your DIY skills to arguing with your partner: the six things that are likely to happen every time you visit Bunnings Warehouse

  • From gardening to power tools, Australians love shopping in Bunnings Warehouse
  • But CHOICE completes things that seem to happen every time you visit the store
  • Things include doing impulse buying to argue with your partner
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It is the one-stop shop to meet all your DIY needs.

From gardening and power tools to storage solutions and a paint service that matches almost any color, it's no wonder that Australians like to shop at Bunnings Warehouse.

But consumer interest group CHOICE has completed the six most important things that seem to happen every time you visit the hardware store.

From gardening and power tools to storage solutions and a paint service that matches every color of your home, it's no wonder Australians like to shop at Bunnings Warehouse

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From gardening and power tools to storage solutions and a paint service that matches every color of your home, it's no wonder Australians like to shop at Bunnings Warehouse

Make impulse purchases

Every customer knows that it is impossible to walk away with just one or two items that you intended to purchase from your shopping list.

But your short visit escalates into a 45-minute store, and you feel compelled to get a few extra impulse purchases.

Relationship problems

When you shop with your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife, the CHOICE client, Marianna Longmire, warned that the store may be ruining your relationship.

& # 39; You will have at least one argument that ends the relationship at the border. Move over Ikea, there is a rival to your crown as the relationship is deathtrap, & she said.

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Overestimate your DIY skills

You convince yourself that you are better at DIY than you really are.

You decide to completely rebuild your own chest of drawers or a bedside table, even though you don't have any carpentry skills.

Stalking employees

If you need help, you will find an employee in one of the aisles, but he is already helping another customer.

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& # 39; But then they walk away with the customer to take them to another aisle. Are you following them? Are you trying to find someone else? Are you just giving up? & # 39; Longmire said.

Every customer knows that it is impossible to walk away with just one or two items that you intended to purchase from your shopping list

Every customer knows that it is impossible to walk away with just one or two items that you intended to purchase from your shopping list

Every customer knows that it is impossible to walk away with just one or two items that you intended to purchase from your shopping list

Every Australian knows that the best part of visiting the warehouse store is getting a sizzling sausage sizzle with caramelized onion and sauce

Every Australian knows that the best part of visiting the warehouse store is getting a sizzling sausage sizzle with caramelized onion and sauce

Every Australian knows that the best part of visiting the warehouse store is getting a sizzling sausage sizzle with caramelized onion and sauce

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You can't run away without a sausage sizzle

Every Australian knows that the best part of visiting the warehouse store is getting a sizzling sausage sizzle with caramelized onion and sauce.

Ask people about your hobbies

When you wait for the checkout, your mind cannot help but wonder what the people in the queue might think about the items you buy.

& # 39; You've bought a hammer and some plant binders, people will think you're trying to hide a corpse. That doesn't stop you from asking the same thing when you spy on someone who buys some rope and a shovel, & Mrs. Longmire said.

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