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Dan
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Dan
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April 2018

Personally I'm a big garage fan, love a good garage!

Dan
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June 2017

I recently performed a very similar fix, I had a piece of glass that had 3 mountings on it that had come off. Ran down to Bunnings and grabbed some ar ...

Dan
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March 2016

Sure do! Am in the process of selling everything I don't need too. It is great to be able to shut the door so no one can see the mess!

Dan
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Hey all, Would like to share a few tips on out of a can that I have learnt over the years, most of which are actually on the fine print of the can ...

Dan
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February 2016

Hi Luke, Yes, there is something you can do if you have a circular saw. The saw itself is important however what's more imoprtant is the blade. There ...

Dan
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February 2016

Ben this looks delicious, it's making me hungry!

Dan
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January 2016

Definitely Makita drop saw! Followed closely by my ratchet set, that fixes everything

Dan
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January 2016

So good to see it saved, looks amazing

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Community Manager Jason
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I love the kitchen and family room at our place. We renovated about 10 years ago and it's a really functional and comfortable space, and still look ...

Darren
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We live in a late 1950s triple-fronted brick veneer house. Initially our home had one bathroom but in the early 1980s the previous owners added on ...

Kermit
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March 2016

Something like this is the ultimate... But you could DIY something a bit more modest like what you described. Here's a couple for inspiration...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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February 2016

Hi @Ben, I found my recipe card from the cooking school. Have a go at making the sauce! You should be able to find tamarind at good Asian grocers. ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
January 2016

Welcome to Workshop @Dan, and many thanks for sharing your experiences. I look forward to reading more about your projects soon. Jason

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Dan
Junior Contributor
2 replies
June 2017

I recently performed a very similar fix, I had a piece of glass that had 3 mountings on it that had come off. Ran down to Bunnings and grabbed some ar ...

Dan
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hey all, Would like to share a few tips on out of a can that I have learnt over the years, most of which are actually on the fine print of the can ...

Dan
Junior Contributor
2 replies
February 2016

Hi Luke, Yes, there is something you can do if you have a circular saw. The saw itself is important however what's more imoprtant is the blade. There ...

Dan
Junior Contributor
January 2016

Definitely Makita drop saw! Followed closely by my ratchet set, that fixes everything

Dan
Junior Contributor
January 2016

Hi @Kim, We have evaporative cooling through the whole house on both stories. It does a great job of keeping the lower level cool but the 2nd story it ...

Dan
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January 2016

I would recommend against blocking up those vents as it will lead to a build-up of moisture which then leads to mould. The property my friend rents ha ...

Dan
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January 2016

Name: BUZZ Breed: English Staffy Likes to: Eat, destroy stuff, pose for photos

Dan
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January 2016

Definitely consider timber look tiles. I was quite sceptical when I first looked into them, however we just used them in a renovation and they look am ...

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