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Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hello I am looking for a concrete paving paint that basically is a stain that will provide a wet look but still the water will be able to get into the ...

Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hello - I need your assistance in finding the right product to fill my paver gaps! My question is - can I just buy a dry mix and sweep it into the gap ...

Chaks_DIY
Established Contributor
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Hi all. We have finally completed our backyard makeover after doing a bunch of smaller projects to bring it together.There will always be more adju ...

diy_whoopsy
New Contributor
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Hi team,Looking for some advise here before I destroy my house!  I want to mount this: Haxbury Black Scroll Hose HangerOn the wall in attached image. ...

fhk56
New Contributor
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A small decorative wooden wheelbarrow for the garden.Simple design and easily made out of 8 fence palings. (100x1800mm treated pine). Not sure if it ...

bruzzz
Budding Contributor
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Looking for ideas for how to do this area nicer. It’s facing south so won’t even try a lawn. It’s very challenging as the ground is completely unlevel ...

Sharath
New Contributor
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Hi, I'm building a retaining wall with 7 steel's posts. The posts are 1.8m apart. I'll be using timber sleepers in between. How do I provide support t ...

Jimi
Junior Contributor
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After a lot of digging, monument fence paint, merbau deck extension and lighting, retainer walls and my first build with render to make a bench ...

Chaks_DIY
Established Contributor
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The side yard has been a labour of love but here are some progress shots. Getting close to finishing.  

TheCouchman
New Contributor
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Hey there... I’m new to this site and new to woodworking. I’ve never been a handy person and so I’m as surprised as anyone at my recent interest. I wa ...

ventodimare
New Contributor
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Hi everyone, I've bought a planter to hang on my balcony railway. I want to hang the planter so it sits inside my balcony (for safety). My balcony rai ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
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Summer is fast approaching and one of the things I wish I built was an outdoor shower for my kids! But the idea passed by as I was too busy swimming w ...

Grant-noclue
Occasional Browser
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Hey guys, So my wife has tasked me with doing something down the "dead" side of the house. It's 2m in width and roughly 20m in length also is no wher ...

Demo
Junior Contributor
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bruzzz
Budding Contributor
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My backyard faces west and looking for suggestions to block/shade afternoon sun.

fhk56
New Contributor
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Built some roofs for my partners Native Bee Hives.Simple project with design worked out from viewing images on Google.This roof was made from 3 x 1.5m ...

rmw1970
Newbie
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Hi all, Looking for ideas for having power outlets in our new Bali hut we are building. Wanting to try and keep a clean looking deck with out obvious ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Quick job ticked off the liston the wknd - installing screening with a creeping plant to hide our hot water systems. Nothing fancy, nice and easy - do ...

shayden06
Budding Browser
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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

Chaks_DIY
Established Contributor
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Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
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BeforeThe path down the side of our house needed some sprucing up to say the least. We wanted to add some shelter / storage for the bikes so we could ...

Dan79
Newbie
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Hi all,Just a quick question can MaxPro Pebble resurfacer be laid directly onto a hard dirt floor?? I'm renovating my mothers outdoor garden/living ar ...

Chaks_DIY
Established Contributor
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Finally got to put together the Garden bed using some timber sleepers and some merbau. Very happy with the end product.  

DIYBarberDad
New Contributor
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Hi Guys, new member here. Long story short I lost my job due to the whole situation we’re in at the moment however that only meant I had some time in ...