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woodalwaysworks
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November

We used the easy craft 9mm feature panel boards. Before installing I lightly sanded the veneer on the kitchen facia to take the polish off and help t ...

woodalwaysworks
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November

I don’t see any handles on the lid. Lifting a lid filled with soil and a plant will have a bit of weight and pressure on those mitre joints in a direc ...

woodalwaysworks
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November

Two days to build including take down and disposal of the old fencing.90mm Merbau decking was used spaced 10mm apart, fixed to Merbau Battens. 48x18 M ...

woodalwaysworks
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Old front fence updated with a new horizontal Merbau and exposed posts.

woodalwaysworks
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 We recently updated our kitchen bench with feature board

woodalwaysworks
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September

Start off by locating your studs in the wall. These will be your anchoring/fixing points. Then look at your useable space.options can be considered th ...

woodalwaysworks
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April 2020

To get an idea of what volume it will take up have a think how your going to store things. Hanging, 600-700mm boxed from the wall. If your going to fo ...

woodalwaysworks
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April 2020

  I did a robe for some people lady year and that had three stacked sliders. 16mm mdf for the doors all with matching routed designs. 16mm rather than ...

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Allan72
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December 2018

Hi @aplas1987Welcome. That’s a nice outdoor space you’ve got. Often your deck fencing will be an extension of your deck posts (stumps). From your pict ...

Kevin92
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March 2018

@LePallet @woodalwaysworks The backboard worked like a charm! It’s perfectly steady now and there’s no need to attach it to the wall.

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woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
November

We used the easy craft 9mm feature panel boards. Before installing I lightly sanded the veneer on the kitchen facia to take the polish off and help t ...

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
November

I don’t see any handles on the lid. Lifting a lid filled with soil and a plant will have a bit of weight and pressure on those mitre joints in a direc ...

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
November

Two days to build including take down and disposal of the old fencing.90mm Merbau decking was used spaced 10mm apart, fixed to Merbau Battens. 48x18 M ...

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

Old front fence updated with a new horizontal Merbau and exposed posts.

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

 We recently updated our kitchen bench with feature board

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
September

Start off by locating your studs in the wall. These will be your anchoring/fixing points. Then look at your useable space.options can be considered th ...

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
April 2020

To get an idea of what volume it will take up have a think how your going to store things. Hanging, 600-700mm boxed from the wall. If your going to fo ...

woodalwaysworks
Experienced Contributor
8 replies
April 2020

  I did a robe for some people lady year and that had three stacked sliders. 16mm mdf for the doors all with matching routed designs. 16mm rather than ...

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