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JustinS
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November

Thanks mate @darryl7

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November

Hi @darryl7 @did you paint the cement sheets under the bbq? And also what material did you use for the panel finish on the end of the cabinets?

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November

Thanks @MitchellMc will check out the cement sheeting.

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November

Thanks @MitchellMc yes I’ll be putting packers under the base, cheers for the advice.Is blueboard ok to use as cladding under BBQ or am I better to us ...

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November

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November

Thanks @darryl7

JustinS
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October

Great help thanks @MitchellMc 

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About to start my next project and is something I’ve never tackled before - an outdoor built-in BBQ. Thought I would share my progress as I’ll no do ...

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darryl7
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November

Hi justin, i only painted the front edge of the cement sheet where i would see it. I didnt want to paint the whole sheet because of the heat. The end ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November

@JustinS, I can't really give you an answer on whether blueboard would be ok to use as it is not rated or tested for that application. I would hav ...

darryl7
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October

I built my cabinets from formply, its usually used to hold wet concrete so its strong and doesnt mind getting wet. I did have to scuff up the surface ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Hi @Christine2, Let me mention @She_Skills to see if she might be able to provide some more information on the construction steps. I've have taken ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Hi @JustinS, My only advice would be to paint or seal the marine-grade ply if you choose to use it. Although it is marine-grade ply I have found t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

@JustinS, You can use marine grade ply and then paint it for the cabinetry. I might need more details on what you intend to clad with blue board t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Hi @JustinS, Please keep us updated on your progress with the outdoor kitchen as they are particularly popular within the community. You might lik ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @JustinS. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for sharing your project. Congratulations on c ...

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JustinS
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November

Thanks mate @darryl7

JustinS
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November

Thanks @MitchellMc will check out the cement sheeting.

JustinS
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November

Progress shot 

JustinS
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November

Thanks @darryl7

JustinS
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October

Great help thanks @MitchellMc 

JustinS
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About to start my next project and is something I’ve never tackled before - an outdoor built-in BBQ. Thought I would share my progress as I’ll no do ...

JustinS
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An ISO project I had no clue how to approach but with a bit of research and a couple of new tools from Bunnings I gave it a crack. The original plan d ...

JustinS
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October

Well done this looks great @darryl7 ! I’m about to build an outdoor kitchen although a bit smaller. Did you build this on top of the decking or build ...

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