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DIY4Knuckleheds
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DIY4Knuckleheds
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2 weeks ago

As Eric mentioned, you could use a table saw but it would need to be a big machine with a big blade to do it. Most regular portable table saws like mo ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
3 weeks ago

G'day. Unfortunately l'm in the same camp as Eric. It looks like you are going to need to replace that post if you want the job done correctly. You ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

Mate, to cover that gap between the brickwork and the eave, nail on some 18mm x 18mm H3 Beading. Here's the link to the stuff https://www.bunnings.com ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

Hi Ashlea, l would strongly recommend getting some advice from a company that sells Stacking Stone products. They could advise on the appropriate adhe ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
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December

Hi Ashlea, have you considered covering the concrete with a stone veneer. Check out this video. It's an oldie but you might get the idea. Cheers, Shan ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

@Caron Thanks Caron....glad you liked it! 

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

@mich1972 Glad you liked the Trellis fence with The Cor 10 Planter Boxes! In regard to Council Approval, as far as l know in our local area up on the ...

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TheRenoDad
Having an Impact
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December

Mate, can I just say.. I found you on YouTube when I researching building a low deck and you're an absolute legend  Love your content, keep it up. ...

Jewelleryrescue
Kind of a Big Deal
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December

Hi @@DIY4Knuckleheds Great space saving project as houses are getting smaller there days .

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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July

@DIY4Knuckleheds And now I want to go to Bunnings! lol I am forcing myself not to, so I can save to buy some timber for my handrails Dave

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
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July

Hi @DIY4Knuckleheds (Shane) As usual your creations are always amazing! I've seen these designs from various sites and have always wondered what it ...

Prof
Becoming a Leader
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July

Hi DIY4knuckleheads... What I brilliant idea.!! That's something that a lot of DIYers would find very useful if they have limited work space.. Very we ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
7 replies
July

Morning @DIY4Knuckleheds Thats a nice looking table! I could do with one at home as I am constantly having to shift things around due to space lolI do ...

KellyBurgess
Growing in Experience
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We built a 2.4m x 1.2m outdoor table that can seat upto 10 people. Using Dulux paint effects to emulate a concrete top, and trim to give the ribbed ef ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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June

@DIY4Knuckleheds Now that is a decent trellis. I always look at them and think "I wonder how long it will last" but somehow I dont think you will hav ...

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DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
2 weeks ago

As Eric mentioned, you could use a table saw but it would need to be a big machine with a big blade to do it. Most regular portable table saws like mo ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
3 weeks ago

G'day. Unfortunately l'm in the same camp as Eric. It looks like you are going to need to replace that post if you want the job done correctly. You ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

Mate, to cover that gap between the brickwork and the eave, nail on some 18mm x 18mm H3 Beading. Here's the link to the stuff https://www.bunnings.com ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

Hi Ashlea, l would strongly recommend getting some advice from a company that sells Stacking Stone products. They could advise on the appropriate adhe ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
7 replies
December

Hi Ashlea, have you considered covering the concrete with a stone veneer. Check out this video. It's an oldie but you might get the idea. Cheers, Shan ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
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This Wall Mounted Fold Down Workbench is a Game Changer for Tiny Homes and Small Workshops! Static workbenches and Dining Tables suck up a lot of valu ...

DIY4Knuckleheds
Making a Splash
December

G'day @chinner. I went to a guy who is a metal engineer and he made them up for me. He charged me around 1300.00 bucks for the four of them which l t ...

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