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Prawns
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a week ago

Looks great gotta be happy with the result nice work

Prawns
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a week ago

What a awesome idea! It also looks great well done

Prawns
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a week ago

Looks great I love a tidy workshop

Prawns
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a month ago

Came up really nice They look brand new again!

Prawns
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a month ago

I love the Ryobi one+ 18volt trimmer with the rotating head on it.I do the normal trimming around trees etc, then flip the head over and it makes it r ...

Prawns
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a month ago

Yeah I walked out this morning to feed my fish and noticed a long bit of rotted wood splinter on the lawn, then looked up and noticed a small bit of d ...

Prawns
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Incase somebody also has some damaged fascia - Dont be scared to "have a go" at replacing it yourself, the jobs not real hard I woke up this morning a ...

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October

Hi Brenda I have pebbles in my gardens etc also - I get lots of leaves from my hedges etc landing on them and I guess as you mentioned - raking or usi ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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yesterday

Hi @varununi, After having a close look at your images, it's my recommendation that this structure is pulled down and, if you wish, can be constru ...

marilynwinn
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I wanted to create a feature wall in my alfresco area. I decided to use 2 x louvre doors which a friend was throwing away. I painted the doors and pla ...

woodenwookie
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4 replies

Got another project underway. It wasn't meant to be a big one but a couple of issues that we knew about ended up being a bit more of a job than planne ...

Jimi
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I decided it was time to extend my alfresco and build a Pergola. I did a lot of research for this one and found the most efficient way to do it, was t ...

Jimi
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Monday

Thanks Mitchell.The Softwoods plans/design were surprisingly very good and I honestly would recommend using them.The modifications to the standard des ...

AnitaP
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I cut 19mm thick Tasmanian Oak into 30mm strips on the table saw.Turned these strip's on their side so that the board will have a thickness of 30mm.Ar ...

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Prawns
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a week ago

Looks great gotta be happy with the result nice work

Prawns
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a week ago

What a awesome idea! It also looks great well done

Prawns
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1 reply
a month ago

Came up really nice They look brand new again!

Prawns
Super Contributor
a month ago

Yeah I walked out this morning to feed my fish and noticed a long bit of rotted wood splinter on the lawn, then looked up and noticed a small bit of d ...

Prawns
Super Contributor
2 replies

Incase somebody also has some damaged fascia - Dont be scared to "have a go" at replacing it yourself, the jobs not real hard I woke up this morning a ...

Prawns
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October

Hi Brenda I have pebbles in my gardens etc also - I get lots of leaves from my hedges etc landing on them and I guess as you mentioned - raking or usi ...

Prawns
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September

Mulching is good for the lawn (the old lawn clippings provide nutrients back into the lawn) and also means you arnt left with lots of grass to dispose ...

Prawns
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September

I used the tent pegs and chicken wire idea successfully for my staffy pup. What also helped - was everytime he dug somewhere - i went and found one of ...

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