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DIYDave
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DIYDave
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August

Thanks. Just watched the video link about extractor screws sent by r23on and I might head down to get some of those and see if that works.

DIYDave
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Hi, I have a timber fence made on an adjustable gate frame and the gate frame is rusting away. I'm unable to take screws out due to the Intergrain pro ...

DIYDave
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November 2019

Following with interest. This might help.me in the future as I have simular issues.

DIYDave
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November 2019

Looks Great. I have no front patio. It is a patch of dirt. Can't decide on concrete or deck. Either way I'll need to dig out to keep it below weep hol ...

DIYDave
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November 2019

Going to put a timber top on the white cabinets to break up the white. One day I'll get a bigger tv!

DIYDave
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November 2019

Here's my shiplap wall.  

DIYDave
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November 2019

Thanks for all the advice. Really like how my shiplap wall came up. I don't know how to post a pic.

DIYDave
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September 2019

@ProjectPete do you have to use acrylic/oil based paint on the boards or can I use waterbased paint? Boards are being delivered today. Thanks.

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r23on
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August

Hi DIYDaveI use one of two methods in this situation, I drill the head off and you should be able to lift the plank off. If you use a the drill use a ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

Hi @DIYDave, Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to start the conversation. What would be the result if you took the correct screwdriv ...

ProjectPete
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Community Manager Jason
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November 2019

Hi @DIYDave, I'm happy to assist. Once you hit the big red reply button here on Workshop, you get access to the full post editor. There you will fin ...

ProjectPete
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September 2019

Sorry for delay, was without reception. Just water based is good. I use Dulux Wash and Wear. Quality paint.

ProjectPete
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September 2019

Hi @DIYDave, happy to help however I can. I haven't done my TV wall yet (other projects prioritised) but have done the Entry (as shared in this post). ...

ProjectPete
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LePallet
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DIYDave
Junior Contributor
August

Thanks. Just watched the video link about extractor screws sent by r23on and I might head down to get some of those and see if that works.

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
November 2019

Following with interest. This might help.me in the future as I have simular issues.

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
November 2019

Looks Great. I have no front patio. It is a patch of dirt. Can't decide on concrete or deck. Either way I'll need to dig out to keep it below weep hol ...

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November 2019

Going to put a timber top on the white cabinets to break up the white. One day I'll get a bigger tv!

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
November 2019

Here's my shiplap wall.  

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
4 replies
November 2019

Thanks for all the advice. Really like how my shiplap wall came up. I don't know how to post a pic.

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
September 2019

@ProjectPete Thanks mate. That's terrific advice. I feel much better about tackling this diy project.

DIYDave
Junior Contributor
September 2019

Thanks @Jason.It's for a wall in the loungeroom behind where tv cabinet all go. Only 'obsticle' is to go around the split system air con. I've removed ...

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