Workshop
Ask a question
since December 2015
March 2021
AndreaNg
Having an Impact
  • My latest posts
  • Posts I liked
  • My liked posts

User's latest posts

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
March 2021

Thanks so much for your help. Feeling proud of myself that I didn’t need to call a plumber. I got the seating washer from Bunnings yesterday, turned o ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
1 reply
March 2021

Thank you. I turned the tap off inside the toilet and water continued to drip. Can you please point out what the seating washer is in my photo above a ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
8 replies

I have a Caroma toilet in good condition that is constantly dripping water into the bowl. Our last water bill was higher than usual so we need to do s ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
1 reply
April 2020

Great idea.

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
2 replies

Hello everyone. I'm hoping someone can help identify this indoor plant I brought home from work to care for during the isolation period. It doesn't se ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
April 2020

I'm glad we never ate one. Turns out it was not a choko but a noxious weed called moth vine. It's poisonous! https://weeds.dpi.nsw.gov.au/Weeds/MothVi ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
May 2018

You should be proud. Looks great.

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
1 reply
May 2018

Ah, sorry I misunderstood. Have you tried baking soda, vinegar and steel wool like this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXkWgI9Fm9Q

Posts user liked

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
March 2021

What a transformation  Really like how this didn't involve any structural changes but still completely transformed the space. Absolute inspo!

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
1 reply

In the second of our Make It Happen series, the team works on a dramatic living room transformation. 20-year-old Max has turned half of his Mum's ...

JoeAzza
Amassing an Audience
3 replies

Made these simple CD display shelves for my one of my grandkids bedroom, they are made from Tassie Oak, 42x12mm for the backing and 65x12mm for the ba ...

JoeAzza
Amassing an Audience
11 replies

After being inspired by @joineryjo planter stands, I decided to make my own similar/same as @joineryjo . The only difference is that I used Tasmani ...

ProjectPete
Kind of a Big Deal
20 replies

At my wife's request I got to work on this recessed TV feature wall in our living room and we're so happy with how it turned out  Would love to hear ...

LePallet
Amassing an Audience
12 replies

  This would have to be one of my favourite builds. I have always wanted to Build a barn door and now I have made one, I can’t wait to be building ...

LePallet
Amassing an Audience
7 replies

This was a fun little build, and not hard to do try out yourself.    

emmajames
Cultivating a Following
8 replies

        Over the weekend we completed a little project - we turned our skinny posts into something pretty amazing. We even completed a DIY ...

User's liked posts

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
March 2021

Thanks so much for your help. Feeling proud of myself that I didn’t need to call a plumber. I got the seating washer from Bunnings yesterday, turned o ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
8 replies

I have a Caroma toilet in good condition that is constantly dripping water into the bowl. Our last water bill was higher than usual so we need to do s ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
April 2020

I'm glad we never ate one. Turns out it was not a choko but a noxious weed called moth vine. It's poisonous! https://weeds.dpi.nsw.gov.au/Weeds/MothVi ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
1 reply
September 2017

Thanks again for your advice @Adam_W. I have decided to pull it all out and replace with thyme, which I've had good success with as fast growing groun ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
3 replies
September 2017

Thanks again @Adam_W. I look a quick cutting this morning and it was pretty brown so looks like I will need to cut right back. Will have a go on the w ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
5 replies
September 2017

Fantastic, thanks @Adam_W for the advice. I will give it a trim and see how it looks and then report back. For next year, how can I protect from the f ...

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
8 replies
September 2017

Finally found the name - it is Lotus Vine. Also known as Parrots Beak. Anyone got any suggestions whether I should cut it back or leave it?

AndreaNg
Having an Impact
February 2017

Thanks for the suggestions. I ended up trying a few different options. So far thyme has been the fastest growing and looks lovely. Here's a photo:

AndreaNg's Bookmarks
No posts to display.
Contact Me
Online Status
Offline
Date Last Visited
March 2021