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John1
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John1
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July 2016

Bio Ethanol that's the way to go. Overall appearance looks great.

John1
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July 2016

We have reverse cycle in the wall type.If it gets cold use it. We have 15 solar panels for power on our roof and solar water besides. We still get a b ...

John1
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July 2016

Brad Wow man you was busy.Would like to learn welding and when the time is right I will.LEDS are cheap, a soldering iron, solder, wire, leds and maybe ...

John1
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July 2016

A neighbour of ours used to spray tiles both floor and wall for a living he had people working for him. In fact he spray painted his roof tiles with t ...

John1
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July 2016

Try Iron either in the packet form or old rusty nails etc in the soil. Have heard of people hammering nails into the trunk. I know it works on lemon t ...

John1
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I am very keen on learning about LED [Light Emitting Diodes] as I would like to make my own Christmas decorations and explore their uses for other pro ...

John1
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July 2016

We have tiles through our house and therefore no probs with a little grey dirt. My gumboots are put on and taken off in the garage as is Pam's. We als ...

John1
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July 2016

I must have this down on Bunnings as I have had a bad time with their service it stinks. But I was wrong about my Gerni [not the service] brought the ...

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Andy_Mann
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July 2016

@darylhewston wrote:Hmmmmm @Andy_Mann, Tania might have to put a lock on the beer fridge...... Oi!!! Whose side are you on? : P Anyways, I'm way ahead ...

darylhewston
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July 2016

Baretta11
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Well here goes, as suggested by Jason and Isobel, I'm starting a discussion/gallery of our dream home. I've posted a few photo's of the build process ...

ProjectPete
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July 2016

There's definitely a few things to consider with fake grass and the prep is key.If you want a plush, comfortable finish and one that looks real or at ...

fuzzy
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Wayne
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Community Manager Jason
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December 2015

Hi @stupidfish Sorry for the slow reply. Have you considered sealing the slate using something like http://www.bunnings.com.au/sealer-tileguard-4l ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
4 replies
June 2016

@John1, I trust Workshop members will be able to assist you. I do know @ProjectPete has experience that I'm sure he will be happy to share. Here' ...

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John1
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
July 2016

Bio Ethanol that's the way to go. Overall appearance looks great.

John1
Experienced Contributor
24 replies
July 2016

We have reverse cycle in the wall type.If it gets cold use it. We have 15 solar panels for power on our roof and solar water besides. We still get a b ...

John1
Experienced Contributor
3 replies

I am very keen on learning about LED [Light Emitting Diodes] as I would like to make my own Christmas decorations and explore their uses for other pro ...

John1
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
July 2016

We have tiles through our house and therefore no probs with a little grey dirt. My gumboots are put on and taken off in the garage as is Pam's. We als ...

John1
Experienced Contributor
July 2016

A hot barbie with sausages still sizzling not quite finished cooking. I place my steak with them but only turn when the feeling tells me too and when ...

John1
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July 2016

Emailinfo@expressresurfacingsolutions.com.au [this is not a link just an address]Have you thought of resurfacing with a composite material. The befo ...

John1
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July 2016

sales@federationsupplies.com.auThis maybe ideal for you federation style canopies for above windows but I think this style would look great over a bac ...

John1
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July 2016

We used that style of thing as filters for water dust extractors in spray booths and had one at a company I worked at about 20 years ago I'm not sure ...

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