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Ang_flange
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August 2020

Hi @pete_brig Not the same supplier but I think yours might be better so thanks for the link. The Houzz article is exactly what i was hoping to read - ...

Ang_flange
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July 2020

Thanks @Brad and @MitchellMcYour replies have been really helpful. I am really worried about doing all the work and then finding I’ve chosen the wrong ...

Ang_flange
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July 2020

Thanks Pete. I queried the strength of the join the resin would have too. The person I did the course through - has loads of resin experience - assure ...

Ang_flange
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  I’m now turning my attention to the benchtops. On the old cabinetry I am going to have a go at the Dulux renovator Range. For the new island, I was ...

Ang_flange
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July 2020

 More progress. We’ve had the floor tiled and I’ve almost finished building the Ikea island bench.

Ang_flange
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March 2020

Hi @Jason ,Thanks for your reply and the links. It is an existing slab - approx 30 years old. I’m in Queensland so not too worried about it being cold ...

Ang_flange
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We’re removing the laminate flooring in our kitchen. I have always loved polished concrete floors - not the super shiny polished concrete. Rather slig ...

Ang_flange
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March 2020

We have progress! Stud wall is up, gas removed. Now to paint, get the power point installed and move the fridge into place.  

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redracer01
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October 2018

Break the piggy bank out! Get all the loose change stuck in the sofa and washing machine! Like all my suggestions please note that the measurements in ...

Isobel
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October 2018

I think @redracer01 is spot on. You are better off waiting until you can afford the necessary work required to change the configuration. Otherwise you ...

ProjectPete
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October 2018

Thanks @Ang_flange! The project panels are very easy-to-use/work with. You just nee dot be mindful of their wear and tear over time being timber. Whil ...

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Ang_flange
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August 2020

Hi @pete_brig Not the same supplier but I think yours might be better so thanks for the link. The Houzz article is exactly what i was hoping to read - ...

Ang_flange
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2 replies
July 2020

Thanks @Brad and @MitchellMcYour replies have been really helpful. I am really worried about doing all the work and then finding I’ve chosen the wrong ...

Ang_flange
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2 replies
July 2020

 More progress. We’ve had the floor tiled and I’ve almost finished building the Ikea island bench.

Ang_flange
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March 2020

Hi @Jason ,Thanks for your reply and the links. It is an existing slab - approx 30 years old. I’m in Queensland so not too worried about it being cold ...

Ang_flange
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4 replies
March 2020

We have progress! Stud wall is up, gas removed. Now to paint, get the power point installed and move the fridge into place.  

Ang_flange
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January 2020

Awesome, thanks for the advice @MitchellM!

Ang_flange
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I bought 2 Bunnings acacia project panels which I will biscuit joint and use as the top for my island bench. I will probably use Gilly’s food grade wa ...

Ang_flange
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January 2020

 We are stuck at this stage at the moment. Before this house had solar (we are completely off grid) the owners had a gas fridge. They didn’t remove th ...

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