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DIY_Dad
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DIY_Dad
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May 2016

If you get doors from IKEA get there hinges to, they have spring clips to hold them to the doors and then its just a case of mark and screw to you cab ...

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

Apologies @Bjm I meant a cabinet hinge not a but hinge. Sorry...

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

I would use standard full hight cupboard doors like the ones above, and I would also recomend Ikea. As for mounting the hinges they do not need long ...

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

Apparently terracotta pots make the best covers

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

Hi BjmCan you add an image, this would be really helpful to advise on you project..?

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

I am with JP_Finlay, I used them in all our wardrobes, quick to fit at look really nice.The chrome pipe is strong and if the fittings are mounted corr ...

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

Thinking of your cubby as an outdoor structure you need outdoor materials.Fences are a great starting point, for timber fences that is treated pine.I ...

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

I add mine as dry waste to the compost bin.

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Jethro0432
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Someone needed to be kept in a job so the humble power point, as I knew it when doing my apprenticeship, had to be given a new name from time to time ...

She_Skills
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December 2015

Measure once. Cut twice. Nope. That doesn't sound right Measure twice. Cut once. I've learned this the hard way. A few times.

Isobel
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April 2016

What does my head in is the people that use a leaf blower to blow them next door or into the gutter. Just buy a rake!

timjeffries
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April 2016

They're a great filler for the compost!

greygardener
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Have you got autumn leaves everywhere at the moment? Don't throw them all in the green waste bin. You can use them to help your garden. Put them the ...

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DIY_Dad
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1 reply
May 2016

If you get doors from IKEA get there hinges to, they have spring clips to hold them to the doors and then its just a case of mark and screw to you cab ...

DIY_Dad
Junior Contributor
8 replies
May 2016

I would use standard full hight cupboard doors like the ones above, and I would also recomend Ikea. As for mounting the hinges they do not need long ...

DIY_Dad
Junior Contributor
2 replies
May 2016

Hi BjmCan you add an image, this would be really helpful to advise on you project..?

DIY_Dad
Junior Contributor
May 2016

I am with JP_Finlay, I used them in all our wardrobes, quick to fit at look really nice.The chrome pipe is strong and if the fittings are mounted corr ...

DIY_Dad
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May 2016

Thinking of your cubby as an outdoor structure you need outdoor materials.Fences are a great starting point, for timber fences that is treated pine.I ...

DIY_Dad
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1 reply
May 2016

I add mine as dry waste to the compost bin.

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

Anything that swings or hangs to move on the breeze. A few stick or old CD's that also reflect the sun should need them away. It's a scarecrow method? ...

DIY_Dad
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May 2016

These just calculate volume but should help you out: - http://www.soilworx.com.au/volume-calculator.html http://www.calculator.net/concrete-calculator ...

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