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palms
New Contributor
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Tara86
Super Contributor
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Hi everyone - as my love and interest in DIY continues to grow I found I needed an adequate area to accommodate this. I needed decent storage and a po ...

fhk56
Budding Contributor
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I have been re-modelling my work space in the last couple of weeks, and decided to go with a French Cleat wall for my tools. Please note that this is ...

wovenpaua
Budding Contributor
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I bought a workbench flat pack for my daughter from Bunnings for $89 (what a bargain) I’m so pleased with it. I’m going to glue some vinyl on the benc ...

Sugar
Junior Contributor
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Happy new year to all of you.I am trying to use my break from work and thought of painting my garage. I cleaned the garage. This garage has been paint ...

Kidbuilder
Junior Contributor
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Have a 3x6m Workshop and wanting to reorganise my workshop but having trouble finding software to do it.

Razzer
Junior Contributor
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Here is a build that I did in my garage. It is made mainly out of 18mm MDF. I have attached a before and after photo. The vertical draws are to hold 1 ...

Jimi
Junior Contributor
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 Trying to make the best use of a dead spot, I created a shed to house all the bikes and kids outdoor toys. It saves them from going in the garage or ...

MonkeyLearn
Junior Contributor
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Hi Everyone,I've had problems with rats for quite a long time but now that I've started expanding my power tool collection I would like to protect the ...

prettyliving
Super Contributor
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 A few months back my husband & I built some shelves and a workshop space in our garage. We don’t have a shed but we extended our garage when we buil ...

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Tara86
Super Contributor
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We recently had our council hard rubbish clean up so figured it was a good time to organise the storage under our stairs. Our biggest problem was a ...

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 ...

bikerackman
Newbie
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How do you recommend I make this bike stand? I'm not sure what wood is best (probably need something dense enough that would withstand lateral pressur ...

lindasjohn
Budding Contributor
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Hi. I want to put up carniya sz25 brackets from bunnings in garage for some shelving space. Its going aganist what i think is cement brick, although n ...

fhk56
Budding Contributor
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For many many years, I have been using plastic containers for small parts etc. After years of use these are now falling apart and spreading their cont ...

damo_
Budding Contributor
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I have a very small space for my shed - it's 1.1m X 3.6m (so more or of a glorified cupboard) that I was keen to make the most of so generally vertica ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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Ari
Junior Contributor
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Hi Everyone I'm about to order the Absco 2.26 x 0.78 Shed for the space in the picture below. https://bit.ly/33OI1U7 I'm after advice regarding th ...

Super66
Experienced Contributor
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I made what I am calling a Half Port, because I didn’t have room for a whole Car Port. So I just welded up a few brackets and add some polycarbonate ...

AngelaJ
Budding Contributor
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Hello! Might anyone have any tips on sealing an old timber-framed Colorbond garage with concrete floor from filling with up with dust, leaves, spiders ...

lcooksey88
Junior Contributor
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Love our garage make over to increase storage space & most importantly create a functional space for everyone!                

Seaton
Established Contributor
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G’day one and all, Ive just come across this site - how awesome is it! Anyway i’ll kick off my fist post with my 12x6 timber framed double gara ...

MonkeyLearn
Junior Contributor
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I'm building a few things out of pallets including shelves, tables etc. and I was wondering about what the best way to finish them would be. I have a ...