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TheSaltyreefer
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TheSaltyreefer
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September

Microshades are awesome, no need for any lining just screw them together and away you go, hardwood is fine also hardwood posts easy as, and or use ga ...

TheSaltyreefer
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September

Working on Saturday and its going to be a huge dayBought my Birthday\Fathers Day pressie last month, so prolly take the GF out for a Lunch date

TheSaltyreefer
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August

as most said they are what they are, no warranty,can sometimes damage the tools they are supposedly made for rendering the tool useless and issues wit ...

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June

we put a fireplace in and our insulation is awesome, and then we thumped a ripper Solar system on, we run massive fresh water and saltwater tanks, so ...

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May

moved onto another little project, changing over an old goat paddock into a productive vegie plot, lots of work to be done

TheSaltyreefer
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2 replies
May

Bit of fun started at 530am this morning, all came together nicely, and we now have a sexy pad to work on

TheSaltyreefer
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4 replies
May

@MitchellMc At this stage it will be the frame will be primarily gal steel no timber.I am looking at a few options with mesh, will more than likely go ...

TheSaltyreefer
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May

hard to say without seeing the rest of the house and what style you are going for, I would remove the timber and do some nice cornice work around it a ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
May

Hi @TheSaltyreefer, That sounds like an interesting project! Thanks for showing us what you've been up to! Mitchell

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
5 replies
May

Hi @TheSaltyreefer. What a fantastic project as outdoor cat enclosures have been especially topical at the moment. Can I ask what type of mesh you ...

Chrissie35
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8 replies
May

In October last year I told you of the Cat Enclosure I was wanting to build - my very first project at the age of 59 !! It took me a month to complet ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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April

Here's the short ribs... Not a great photo but the meat just fell off the bone. 

Grub80
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2 replies

Hi Bunnings forum, just to let you know how great and easy Click and Collect was to use from Bunnings. In light of the current situation, I was able t ...

rattle
Super Contributor
March

Nice!  Thanks mate.

rattle
Super Contributor
2 replies
March

Shade question for you @TheSaltyreefer. Have you had to put shading on any of the sides at all?I have some raised beds that I'll be looking at adding ...

Jaimee
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March

Is the entire garden filled with mushroom compost?

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TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
September

Microshades are awesome, no need for any lining just screw them together and away you go, hardwood is fine also hardwood posts easy as, and or use ga ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
September

Working on Saturday and its going to be a huge dayBought my Birthday\Fathers Day pressie last month, so prolly take the GF out for a Lunch date

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
August

as most said they are what they are, no warranty,can sometimes damage the tools they are supposedly made for rendering the tool useless and issues wit ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
1 reply
June

we put a fireplace in and our insulation is awesome, and then we thumped a ripper Solar system on, we run massive fresh water and saltwater tanks, so ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
1 reply
May

moved onto another little project, changing over an old goat paddock into a productive vegie plot, lots of work to be done

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
2 replies
May

Bit of fun started at 530am this morning, all came together nicely, and we now have a sexy pad to work on

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
4 replies
May

@MitchellMc At this stage it will be the frame will be primarily gal steel no timber.I am looking at a few options with mesh, will more than likely go ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
May

hard to say without seeing the rest of the house and what style you are going for, I would remove the timber and do some nice cornice work around it a ...

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