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jackobss
Finding My Feet
a week ago

Afternoon DaveI should be out gardening in the forecast sunshine but it is yet to put in an appearance.I was considering exactly the idea you have sug ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
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a week ago

G'day DaveBeing a DIY novice even although I am well past my prime, it is exciting to find that there are blokes like you out there eager to help me o ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
a week ago

G'day EricYes, the drain was installed over fifteen years ago and like most things these days was not made to last.I have taken your suggestions on bo ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
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2 weeks ago

Thank you Mitchell for taking the time to reply to my query.The distance between both concrete sides of the drain is approximately 12cm.Inserted in th ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
4 replies
2 weeks ago

Thank you for your response, Eric.I have forwarded a number of photographs. Peter

jackobss
Finding My Feet
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At my home there is a 40-metre continuous concrete drain which is 11cm wide. Into this channel has been inserted a plastic channel with a plastic grat ...

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Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
3 replies
2 weeks ago

Good Evening @jackobss 40m is a long run  What a pain. Going through the suggestions maybe you could take some from Both @EricL and @MitchellMc I was ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
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a week ago

Afternoon @jackobss This place is full of great ideas! And when I was reading you response to @EricL the thought jumped into my mind. Have you seen p ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hello @jackobss Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's sensational to have you join us, and thanks for sharing your question about your d ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
3 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @jackobss, What is the distance across the top of the grate? So, from the concrete to concrete. There is the EasyDRAIN Pressed Galvanised Grate. ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hello @jackobss Thank you for posting those photos of your drain. This drain set must be quite a few years old for the grill to become this brittle ...

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jackobss
Finding My Feet
a week ago

Afternoon DaveI should be out gardening in the forecast sunshine but it is yet to put in an appearance.I was considering exactly the idea you have sug ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
2 replies
a week ago

G'day DaveBeing a DIY novice even although I am well past my prime, it is exciting to find that there are blokes like you out there eager to help me o ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
a week ago

G'day EricYes, the drain was installed over fifteen years ago and like most things these days was not made to last.I have taken your suggestions on bo ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
2 replies
2 weeks ago

Thank you Mitchell for taking the time to reply to my query.The distance between both concrete sides of the drain is approximately 12cm.Inserted in th ...

jackobss
Finding My Feet
4 replies
2 weeks ago

Thank you for your response, Eric.I have forwarded a number of photographs. Peter

jackobss
Finding My Feet
10 replies

At my home there is a 40-metre continuous concrete drain which is 11cm wide. Into this channel has been inserted a plastic channel with a plastic grat ...

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