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desaiadi
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July

Hi Eric, Thanks for the response. And yes, will look out for any leaning movement on the rack. Looks pretty sturdy right now. It took me half a day to ...

desaiadi
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July

Update - So I decided to finish the installation using the Twist n Lock screws. Luckily, found 1 horizontal timber behind while drilling, so could use ...

desaiadi
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 Hi all, I have started installing a laundry system in the laundry, for storage and drying (has clothesline and shelves). Due to lack of studs in the ...

desaiadi
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January 2020

Hi @gippslandhome ,The end product looks awesome!Keen to know, how are these pailings holding up with the water and soil fill? I was contemplating usi ...

desaiadi
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January 2020

Makes sense. Thanks for the input Mitchell! Cheers,A

desaiadi
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Hi everyone,So I recently finished my first DiY project of making a planter box. I have made it from 150x25mm Treated Pine with 70x35 posts as legs. W ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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July

Hello @desaiadi Thank you so much for the materials and installation update. I'm sure our members will find the steps you shared useful. If you ha ...

tom_builds
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July

Hi @desaiadi , Your laundry looks great after having finished your porject!I think you've done the right thing by spreading the load across mutliple ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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July

Hello @desaiadi Thank you for sharing your laundry system project. Since you have placed many of the Ramset Wallmate Twist N Lock it should provid ...

Old-gal24
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January 2020

You have a very good point to make @desaiadi - I personally wouldn't use pine lining board for garden planters, beds, boxes or the like for the same ...

gippslandhome
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January 2020

Hello at @desaiadi we have made over 100 boxes and have had no issues at all. We put braces and cross members for strength. we are going to do a pict ...

MitchellM
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January 2020

@desaiadi Welcome to the Community! I believe your answer may have to do with what plants you are placing in there and water type of watering regime y ...

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desaiadi
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July

Hi Eric, Thanks for the response. And yes, will look out for any leaning movement on the rack. Looks pretty sturdy right now. It took me half a day to ...

desaiadi
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3 replies
July

Update - So I decided to finish the installation using the Twist n Lock screws. Luckily, found 1 horizontal timber behind while drilling, so could use ...

desaiadi
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2 replies
January 2020

Hi @gippslandhome ,The end product looks awesome!Keen to know, how are these pailings holding up with the water and soil fill? I was contemplating usi ...

desaiadi
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2 replies

Hi everyone,So I recently finished my first DiY project of making a planter box. I have made it from 150x25mm Treated Pine with 70x35 posts as legs. W ...

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