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Wednesday

Just a warning- whatever you do, don't use a Craftright blade, even though it says its "interchangeable". Nearly flew right out of my saw and only the ...

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Wednesday

Thanks @Noyade"Good" news is the ones in the shower will have to be hack sawed, the screws won't budge and the little prongs got bent out as you said. ...

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Not too late, looking at it, that does seem to be what I have, thanks Eric!

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Monday

Thanks! It's going to have to be a hacksaw, nothing is budging.

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Thanks @MitchellMc I managed to get the sticker off and there is a cap over where I assume the screw is. This is as far as my friend and I got before ...

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Hi everyone I am looking to replace the taps in my bathroom which look like this: There is no cap on the tap to get a spanner around, no screws a ...

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a month ago

In my experience, those kinds of aircons will pump a lot of heat out the back without the pipe- and the Click seemed to only work for a smallish room ...

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@eucalyptus Thanks for clarifying! I can definitely see how a multi-toned desktop could be distracting. @EricL had a good suggestion to look at some o ...

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November

Hi @seannami Thank you so much for the house update. Those rooms are looking very promising and the floor is looking fantastic. Using a trim guide ...

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Monday

Not too late, looking at it, that does seem to be what I have, thanks Eric!

seannami
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@eucalyptus Thanks for clarifying! I can definitely see how a multi-toned desktop could be distracting. @EricL had a good suggestion to look at some o ...

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a month ago

Could you use something like a project panel? https://www.bunnings.com.au/products/building-hardware/timber/timber-boards/timber-panels/table-and-desk ...

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a month ago

What State are you in? In Vic you can add picture hooks without asking (within reason) or ask the LL. I personally am wary of command strips as they c ...

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Thanks Eric! It's the master bedroom- its only a two-bed unit so not a lot of space to work with. Thanks for the tip on the floor- I actually over ord ...

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Hi everyone Been a while since I updated on the reno project, but I had surgery and have since moved in, so not a lot of time at the moment! The s ...

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November

@brunettesrule I am having a similar situation, small garden (not as small, but restricted by a giant easement). If you like the Zen feel, a Japanese ...

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November

Hi Floodgirl I don't know if it helps, but I just fit a hybrid floor (all vinyl with a built in underlay) in my home office that will go throughout th ...

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