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The guide below has information on how to clear cache in a number of common web browsers.

Desktop Browsers

Google Chrome

Go to the three-dot menu at the upper right of Chrome and select More tools > Clear browsing data. This will open a dialog box to delete your browsing, as well as your download history, cookies, cache etc. Select the checkboxes to clear Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files.

You can choose to delete only the info from the last hour, day, week, month, or all of it from "the beginning of time."

We suggest just selecting the last day.

Microsoft Edge

To find your browser history, you can either

  • press Ctrl+Shift+Del
    • type "edge://settings/clearBrowserData" in the address bar


  • go to the three-dot menu at the upper right > Settings >Settings page will open > Privacy, search and services > Clear Browsing Data and select Choose what to clear


  • select Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files
  • Select a Time range  (we recommend "Last 24 Hours")
  • Select Clear Now


In the Safari drop down menu (top left of your desktop screen), Select Clear History. In the pop-up, pick a timeframe for how far back you want to erase. We suggest you choose to delete history for just the last day. This will delete browser history, cookies, and cache (this does not delete any saved passwords and other saved form data).

Mozilla Firefox

In the latest version of Firefox, go to the "hamburger" menu (3 horizontal lines at top right of browser) and section History > Clear Recent History.

Click it to pick a time range to clear (we recommend "Today"), and what data to remove (in this instance select active logins, cookies, cache) and select OK.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 

For IE11 and IE10, go to the Gear icon on the upper left and select Internet Options.

Select the General tab, then click the Delete button to instantly get rid of history, passwords, cookies, cached data (also called Temporary Internet files and website files), as selected. We recommend only clearing cookies and cache for the last day.


Mobile Browsers

Safari Mobile

On the iPhone and iPad, Safari is the default browser. Go to Settings > Safari > Clear History & Website Data. Doing this clears out the history, cookies, and other data. Please note, if the phone is signed into iCloud, it clears the history on iCloud, as well as on other devices hooked into that iCloud account.

If you want to only delete data for select sites, go back to Settings > Safari and scroll down to Advanced > Website Data. After it loads (it can take a while) you'll see a list of every website you've visited—and probably a lot you didn't, because it also records the sites serving third-party cookies. Tap Edit > [minus symbol] next to each to delete, or just swipe left on each website you'd like to delete (Any Bunnings websites and bunningspowerpass.com.au).

Chrome Mobile

Google's Chrome browser is the standard on all Android phones, and is downloadable on iOS. In either, go to the three-dot menu, select History, and you're looking at a list of all sites you've visited. That includes history across all Chrome browsers signed into the same Google account, so your desktop history shows up here too.

Select Clear Browsing Data at the bottom and you're sent to a dialog box that allows the removal of all browsing history, cookies, cached data, saved passwords, and autofill data—you pick what you want to delete. Select cached datacookies, and logins if it is also an option on your device. You can choose to limit deletiing history to an hour, a day, a week, a month, or the "all" by selecting "beginning of time". We suggest you select to delete history for the last day.