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MartyH
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MartyH
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February 2020

What is your bathroom flooring @jane_5? What skills/previous renovation experience do you have?

MartyH
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February 2020

Do you use vinyl wrap like this caravan renovator @Peggers? https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7989211/Savvy-mum-transformed-old-1987-caravan- ...

MartyH
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February 2020

Hi @TryingTerri, I agree with the consensus on your other post that you should paint the fence. I'd also encourage you to look for low-cost plants. Yo ...

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February 2020

Great work @ordinary-home. Moving to a front loading washing machine when your current one dies will also help you to reclaim some space.

MartyH
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February 2020

@HassanKhan28 Are you sure you need to go to the trouble of screening it off? It looks like your fence is in great condition and could just be soften ...

MartyH
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February 2020

Hi @mychell99, My concern would be that these leaking taps are damaging your house. Do you have access under the house to have a look? Is there any ev ...

MartyH
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February 2020

I'm assuming your patio is concrete @sahar? If so, you want something like this https://www.whiteknightpaints.com.au/products/paving/white-knight-ultr ...

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February 2020

Has this border been painted @bunlovers?

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After a lot of digging, monument fence paint, merbau deck extension and lighting, retainer walls and my first build with render to make a bench ...

WoodenGregsWood
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I needed a new workbench for the garage. I pretty much made it up as I went along (no actual plans).    All it requires now is cupboard doors which ...

Jamespeter100
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Pretty as a picture: To start, sneak out the back for a nice pallet, cut a 90mm diameter tube in to lengths of one metre. Install a length of irrig ...

Jimi
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Matador appliances, timber and blue-board...and a lot of measuring and remeasuring...

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MartyH
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February 2020

What is your bathroom flooring @jane_5? What skills/previous renovation experience do you have?

MartyH
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February 2020

Hi @TryingTerri, I agree with the consensus on your other post that you should paint the fence. I'd also encourage you to look for low-cost plants. Yo ...

MartyH
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February 2020

Hi @mychell99, My concern would be that these leaking taps are damaging your house. Do you have access under the house to have a look? Is there any ev ...

MartyH
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February 2020

I'm assuming your patio is concrete @sahar? If so, you want something like this https://www.whiteknightpaints.com.au/products/paving/white-knight-ultr ...

MartyH
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January 2020

I would imagine you need to engage a plumber to install a strip drain @na. The concrete shouldn't be level, it should slope away from the house and to ...

MartyH
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January 2020

Yeah - https://aridrecovery.org.au/how-to-make-a-water-fountain/

MartyH
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January 2020

The deck clean goes a long way as you dilute it so one litre should be more than enough. And I'd buy the 4L tin of the oil as you'll need to reapply r ...

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Simple PVC water fountain strapped to a star picket and placed under a tree and amongst some bushes for shelter. Great idea to help struggling wildlif ...

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