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Nham
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The side path of the house was one of those projects we wanted to do for a long time. It was a very narrow area, overgrown with weeds, and it seeme ...

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Noyade
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Bought a large (75cm Ironhorse brand) fan from Bunnings a few years back, very good, but very heavy and awkward to move about outside.So I added casto ...

JQT
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Hello, I am installing a benchtop in my laundry that is completly tiled. Does it matter if i install the benchtop against the existing wall tile or s ...

ron3alex
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Hi All Finally after watching few videos and ideas in this forum for VJ Panel I gathered the courage to go ahead for my project. I am planning to inst ...

Isobel
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Assume it's okay to start a word association game here? You just reply with the first word that comes into your mind after reading the previous word. ...

MaureenW
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Found these at side of road on verge where a council pick up was due. Thought they would be good for storing my pots near my potstand. Easy upcycle. 1 ...

rgoyne
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 I completed this morning a coffee/occasional recycling hoops from a degraded wine barrel fitted with a teak fj glulam round panel. I couldn’t locate ...

Super66
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I have just finished making the Wine Barrel cupboard for up the backyard.I built it so I can store thing in it for the fire pit and wine glass ect.I o ...

nnaa8287
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  Hello Team, i plan to build a deck outside within the shed area over concrete area. Dimensions are 8 meters x 3 meters. Ground clearance at the en ...

Trouper66
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I'm in the process of repairing a bench seat. I have stripped back old paint and want to do the seating. There are 2 screws that will not budge no mat ...

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As a general rule of thumb, one litre of paint will cover eight square metres with two coats. This is for a flat surface and you should expect to use ...

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In most places it is best to wait until at least the end of June or into July when the bushes are completely dormant. Early pruning can, in some inst ...

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    After years of frustrating illness and injury resulting in debilitating depression, Wayne found a new passion - woodworking. "I love the grain, the smell, the texture and the amazing things you can create with wood."

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    Adam has been helping people with their house and garden projects on television, radio and magazines for decades. He's now happily sharing his expertise with Workshop members. "I believe experience and knowledge should be shared."

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    "The only way to learn is to give it a go," says busy mum Tara, who has tackled projects including a new deck, cubby house, garage storage and garden makeover. "Don't worry about making mistakes. Mistakes are the best way to learn."

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