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ccyounger
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Hi, newbie here. I bought a Specrite FJ Panel (Pine) to make an outside table and benches. I have chosen my stain (water-based, designed for exterior ...

Super66
Experienced Contributor
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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 ...

rgoyne
New Contributor
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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 ...

Trouper66
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

Jimmy20
Frequent Browser
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I have just built an outdoor table using Premium Pine H3.2 from Bunnings and saw something that said I should wait up to 3 months before staining it. ...

Jjoo6699
Budding Contributor
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      So this pallet is from my local windscreen service. It is the top off the shipping box the windscreens come in  I have just added some ex ...

Jjoo6699
Budding Contributor
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    I can't go past these old pallets when they are out the back of Bunnings. I have seen them used for ceramic pots, deviders in the building ...

Jjoo6699
Budding Contributor
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Had a lady ask me to make a pallet couch out of a fruit bin from the orchard they recently sold. I am over the moon at the result.

davisfamily12
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Wanting to know what to use to remove varnish from an outdoor table

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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The Breakfast BarFew additions to enhance the nook Worked on our outdoor breakfast bar this weekend. Here is the final result and a few progress shots ...

Starkers_17
Budding Contributor
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This was what started my love of a combination of timber and steel. I built this bar and the stools for a mate. Pretty stoked with how they came u ...

Jjoo6699
Budding Contributor
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These very cute little kids picnic tables are made from recycled pallets. I love to make old pallets not look like pallets. These tables are ver ...

Wayne
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Bought a couple of Wine Barrels today. I think I will make an outdoor Bar table with one and maybe cut the other one in half for Planters.Anybody have ...

sammilne
Budding Contributor
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Whilst I was creating the trending travertine side table I came across a gorgeous marble paver (tuscan path 600x600 marble porcelain tile) in the b ...

Kit_Kat
New Contributor
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Hi there! This is my first post  I have a 5 year old outdoor table and bench set that is a little worse for wear. I would love to know what are the ...

amarjeetmankoo
New Contributor
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Hi Guys , I made some Garage and Outdoor Tables from left over wood pieces. Mistakenly used woodsash linseed oil putty to fill the gaps to fill the ga ...

Katbru
Budding Contributor
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Hello, I have a second-hand timber Jack/Jill seat. The timber is in pretty good condition, however it is what I would describe as "weathered" in a few ...

Itai
Super Contributor
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Hey All. This is actually a project I made a few years ago and sold when I moved to a flat at the time. But I thought I'd share it for some inspirat ...

sarayoussef
New Contributor
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Using a generous SpecRite Merbau Panel & some brackets from Bunnings we were able to create a serving bench outside of our kitchen window to mak ...

Therese8
Newbie
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How do I maintain Mimosa park bench, i.e., to protect wood from weather?

Adog
New Contributor
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Hi Brain trust, I’m going to be building a low deck on this concrete slab so bearers and joists same level. It measures approx. 5160 x 4260. I have ap ...

sol
New Contributor
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Can you please advise the best way to repair the armrests. Thanks

jennyxn
Budding Contributor
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Hi guys, I'm trying to make a folding table but am finding that it is not very stable and tends to way to collapse inwards with the standard hinges. ...

Manley
New Contributor
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Making an outdoor table for a large, covered and sheltered deck.Would like a concrete look finish and have seen examples using fibre cement sheeting.L ...