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newfast
New Contributor
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Rain, storm, hail - no issues and place is in a good condition. Recently, decided to wash the balcony and saw water dripping in the garage. No visible ...

MikeTNZ
Established Contributor
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These days, we have so much to choose from as far as timber goes.Back in the day, it used to be merely MDF board, which was OK, unless it got wet and ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
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Hello workshop community, Hoping you can help! I'm in the process of reducing moisture in a small shed (about 2.65m x 1.8m). It's attached directly to ...

DungeonDweller
Budding Contributor
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WHERE DA GAMER'S AT? Hey everyone. Thought I'd post a pic of my ISO WIP. It's going to be a board game table. The flat screen insert is so I can us ...

kkl
New Contributor
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Hi all. We are a preschool wanting to erect a shed. we need to prepare the space and lay concrete slabs first, but where to start? how much concrete d ...

Anja_60
New Contributor
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I am needing to replace the rubber seal on the bottom of my garage roller door (not panel lift door). I went the Bunnings and got the rubber and as I ...

Tanyamaree71
Budding Contributor
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    this is Axel, he used to be a pajero until I had a bright idea, one that I wish I done years ago. Chopped the top off and closed it in. Now I h ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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At this time of year many people are considering tidying up their garage. Fortunately, there's lots of great information and products available for ...

robynspagnolo
New Contributor
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Our Son has recently bought his first house and is in need of a garden shed. We thought we would buy him one for his birthday. Not knowing what colo ...

alupton
Junior Contributor
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Hi Everyone. Here's my very first lathe project. I wanted to make a special bud vase for my wife. I used my Ryobi 350W 970mm wood lathe and the two ch ...

Madmoggy
Established Contributor

this weeks make your own project has arrived ... the instructions are on line at MAKEROOM and I’ll make a start on this next week.  well it was rainin ...

Trouper66
New Contributor
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I have just applied 2 coats of BergercJet Dry gloss to my drive way and upon completion have realised that I may have a safety issue. The surface is s ...

Retired1
Budding Contributor
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We would like to build up a slope on our driveway by erecting a barrier wall approximately 300 mm high. The idea is to fill the area to be made to for ...

Madmoggy
Established Contributor

Son has a Stihl chainsaw and loves Getting firewood for the winter So .... made this blades are stihl saws Bobby an axe

Madmoggy
Established Contributor

Had some scraps of 12 mm ply and cut this out keeping it simple as. Her indoor is happy as could paint on a raised angle. Don’t know angles etc but ca ...

Madmoggy
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tonyboyd
New Contributor
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May

how do I stop mice crawling into my roller door garage through the rolls in the metal

Totoro
New Contributor
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Hi all - anyone bought a portable aircon for the garage before? I see Bunnings has them, but with an exhaust hose for sliding windows. No windows in t ...

Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
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I am sure I am not the only one here whose workshop furniture is all on castors so that when a storm comes it can all be pushed to one side to allow t ...

BobLoblaw
Junior Contributor
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Hello fellow DIYers! Hoping you can advise me- I have a small garden shed (very approx 2x3x2m) that has been bolted directly onto an uneven concre ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
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He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

countryshay19
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi my shed is only in it's position for six months so it is in dirt which is about 90% level. The rain seeps in one side. I've put pavers against the ...

wannabebulda
New Contributor
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Can someone help whats would be the easiest way to dismantle a pallet I cant afford $90..00 for the tool that yes would work well, ideas are all over ...

Emma87
New Contributor
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Hello. I am in the process of revamping my Grandmothers Garden. All the garden beds have been done just now onto the grass section. The area is rectan ...