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JP_Finlay
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November 2019

Very interested to see the final review @ProjectPete as I have first hand seen some inconsistent results from the DeWalt. Personally it feels so muc ...

JP_Finlay
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November 2019

Looks like old horse hair plaster. They used hair as the fibre reinforcement in old plaster not asbestos. Asbestos sheeting is similar to modern cemen ...

JP_Finlay
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November 2019

As @ProjectPete said the most important part will be the nailing rather than the glue. The nails will pull them flush with the frames and you don't ne ...

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October 2019

4 x Sausage sizzle!

JP_Finlay
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June 2016

@Henno It is a great saw and I picked one up not that long ago when the price tag was only $399 at Bunnings. Not sure why they went up so much so quic ...

JP_Finlay
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June 2016

I use Timbermate wood fillers on most of my projects. It is an Australian made and owned product as well.

JP_Finlay
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May 2016

@Isobel using Seasol is a good preventative measure for frost. http://www.seasol.com.au/documents/Seasol-for-Frost-Resistance.pdf

JP_Finlay
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May 2016

As much as a two year replacement warranty is a good thing you need to be aware that because Ryobi are a Bunnings exclusive product there are no servi ...

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Henno
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March 2019

My advice here for @Ghughes would be to invest small after some research, as everyone has their favourite. Give precedence to tools with good guarante ...

ProjectPete
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I picked up this framing nailer as an upgrade to my existing. I mostly use this for decking work. My previous nailer was cordless but required ga ...

Kermit
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October 2019

Very old plaster with hair in it, like in this video?

ProjectPete
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October 2019

Hi @Oz - Sika and Gorilla have great products for you for the glue. The jams are also nailed in with a C1 Brad Nailer but if you don't already have ...

ProjectPete
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June 2019

@woodenwookie I haven't used Ozito before but if you have fairly simple needs, then the entry level tools will be fine. However, if you see your need ...

CathD
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I saw one of these the other day - a real blast from the past... It made me start to think about some of the things that you'd once find in every hou ...

AndrewJones
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Ozmango
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May 2016

I had a very persistent possum who kept removing a particular roof tile to come live in my ceiling space. Said possum was caught and removed elsewher ...

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JP_Finlay
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4 replies
November 2019

Very interested to see the final review @ProjectPete as I have first hand seen some inconsistent results from the DeWalt. Personally it feels so muc ...

JP_Finlay
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November 2019

Looks like old horse hair plaster. They used hair as the fibre reinforcement in old plaster not asbestos. Asbestos sheeting is similar to modern cemen ...

JP_Finlay
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2 replies
November 2019

As @ProjectPete said the most important part will be the nailing rather than the glue. The nails will pull them flush with the frames and you don't ne ...

JP_Finlay
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October 2019

4 x Sausage sizzle!

JP_Finlay
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3 replies
June 2016

@Henno It is a great saw and I picked one up not that long ago when the price tag was only $399 at Bunnings. Not sure why they went up so much so quic ...

JP_Finlay
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3 replies
June 2016

I use Timbermate wood fillers on most of my projects. It is an Australian made and owned product as well.

JP_Finlay
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May 2016

@Isobel using Seasol is a good preventative measure for frost. http://www.seasol.com.au/documents/Seasol-for-Frost-Resistance.pdf

JP_Finlay
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May 2016

@RenoQueen hit the nail right on the head(pardon the pun). Planning and preparation is key. Renovations always present unknown hurdles but thinking th ...

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