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AndreaNg
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March

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
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March

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
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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 ...

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April 2020

Great idea.

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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
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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
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May 2018

You should be proud. Looks great.

AndreaNg
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May 2018

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

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March

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

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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 ...

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Hi all. Yet another low level deck project completed at my partner’s place. A good practice run for the project at mine. Before:   starting the ...

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I've had some nice comments about a custom midcentury modern shelving unit I've made, so I thought I'd post some pics here, along with steps about how ...

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Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

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#Wifey set me the challenge of building a cabana by our pool area to make better use of some somewhat wasted space and of course create a beautiful, r ...

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Now I've done 4 different types of feature fencing in recent times, I thought I'd pop them all into one post to hopefully give some creative inspirati ...

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    Happy new year everyone! Thought I’d share some pics of a dollhouse I’ve been building for the past 6 months or so. I designed it myself and buil ...

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AndreaNg
Experienced Contributor
March

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
Experienced Contributor
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
Experienced Contributor
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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:

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