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Chaks_DIY
Experienced Contributor
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..well more like $28.99 X 2. I'll explain. After some researching and a bit of trial and error, I found these solar flood lights which I recently in ...

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 ...

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Wanting advice on installing Security lights to house to light up driveway ,and entrance area.What are the best lights with weather resistance,and whe ...

Kimberly2020
Frequent Browser
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I was gifted this beautiful little van called "Kimberly" by a special friend in 2018. 18 months later she is finished and roadworthy. I'm just sewing ...

Brian58
Budding Browser
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can the arlec outdoor led flood lights have the lead taken off and be hard wired into the house ?

darylhewston
Super Contributor
50 replies
May

G'day fellow workshoppers, Finally got around to designing, building and installing the new auto door for our girls. I was quiet shocked at the pri ...

rdparsons36
New Contributor
10 replies
May

I have purchased a arlec solar led wall light (LVS661K) but unable to find how to get to the batteries. No instructions included with the light. app ...

dani2526
Junior Contributor
35 replies
May

Hi everyone I was hoping for some wiring helpwith my auto chicken door please. I have copied my plans from another post on this page by Darryl. I h ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May

I've always loved seeing neighbours yards lit up at night when running around my local area. I decided to add some festoon party lights to our backyar ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
7 replies

Created as a mobile office or business, this retro Viscount caravan also sleeps two and has a full kitchen. A new floor has been laid, a new kitchen ...

cadsman
Established Contributor
5 replies

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
15 replies

Our latest Workshop poll asks whether you have solar panels on the roof of your house. Whether used for electricity generation or hot water, a grow ...

pete_brig
Established Contributor
2 replies

My contribution to th Xmas spirit...a Xmas lights tree  Materials: 3m + 1m lengths of stormwater pipe, lights, pegs, plant tie, scraps of timber, pip ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor

Introducing Milly! Our latest retro family caravan project. This beautiful vintage Millard van has been taken to the next level by an exhaustive res ...

Bunnings MakeItYours
Bunnings

Melbourne-based chippies Tim and Mat this week take on the backyard at the Make It Yours house. These guys love a challenge – and definitely have t ...

beckyboo
Budding Contributor
16 replies

Hi, I'm very new to DIY. This will be my first ever project. Last week I bought an old Millard caravan for 500 dollars. I'm unsure of the year and mo ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor

Bali hut and pond in the garden

Shannon
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

Poppop
Experienced Contributor

aplas1987
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Hi all, Our outdoor lights appear to have come off the walls (they are old). I am wondering how easy it is to put them back on? We are also looking to ...

TonyJ
Budding Contributor
38 replies

Hi all, We are installing 16 extra solar panels on our roof and adding battery storage. The battery is a 1.2KW Lithium Iron Phosphate with 10 yea ...

Lizzie
New Contributor
3 replies

AHoy
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

Thinking about getting this - seems like a very quick and easy solution to home security. We've been burgled once before, with the offender crowbaring ...

anteather
New Contributor
2 replies