@DberkaI think most people use an angle grinder with a diamond blade. Not a thing for my bucket list though.
Well done @Jess_1991. It would be great to see what you have done in your kitchen if you could share some photos with us.
Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. I trust you will find plenty of information and inspiration from community members. Feel free to start a new discussion if you want some advice or tips for your upcoming bathroom projects.
Please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site.
I have uploaded the kitchen in a new post but cant seem to get the file small enough for the main "finished product" photo any advice?
Sorry for the trouble @Jess_1991. We're about to make some changes to the site to make it quicker and easier to share images.
I think the gutters are overdue for cleaning out. As soon as it stops raining I'll have to get the ladder out.
I have already posted the question but, basically, I have bought a 1950s fibro house and I would love to clad it with wood. As weatherboard and most other cladding is expensive I've been thinking about using fence paling from Bunnings. It's cheap and appears to be treated, and besides, I would not remove the fibro board but clad straight over the top in the usual fashion (locate the internal beams and attach each plank with a nail gun. Can anybody think of any reason not to use fence paling? I like the look of it and it's very cheap, and when attached with each board overlapping like true weatherboard, I think it would look pretty good, at least a lot better than the fibro! I just have a niggling doubt that it might not be suitable for some reason...
I need to put up a temporary fence for my dog, until I can replace my fences. It needs to be something I can put up easily and have seen an idea using what is called "poultry fence" in the States.
Can anyone help, and can I get it at Bunnings?