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shakey55
Newbie
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I’m going put a timber bench in the laundry area. As it is considered a wet area what is the best way of sealing the timber to keep the moisture from ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
56 replies

As I'm nearing the end of our backyard games room project, I had an eclectic assortment of items in my basket during my long weekend trip to Bunnings. ...

Old-gal24
Established Contributor
6 replies

My darling pop not long passed away - he gave me the incentive and encouragement to get in and have a go -working with timber, which I love, but I'm s ...

Tara86
Experienced Contributor
5 replies

I recently built loft beds using my daughters exciting bed frames. Finally have finished one bedroom adding floating shelves and a desk using left ove ...

JS001
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hi Everyone This is my first post. I am in the middle of a whole house renovation. It’s going well but as many of you would know the funds tend to ...

Lucille
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hi everyone, My houses internal walls made of the gypsum boards are empty inside! I am used to having brick or block walls and wanted to ask if anyone ...

BARBARA5
New Contributor
4 replies

Can anyone please advise me on how to remove old concrete splashes on timber joists overhead in garage.

nuggetnavi
New Contributor
3 replies

Wood fold out base under cusions in photo. Its old and warped really hard to pull out into bed ! Need strong lighter material suggestions thanks

Glamourresin
New Contributor
2 replies

Break the mould Candy store Red wine

Mathy
Established Contributor
10 replies

I’ve started on the laundry as the tile removal is the most daunting. It’s 1.45m x 1.2m - a small space that has a folding door to hide it. Unfortun ...

Sez
New Contributor
3 replies

Quick question we are in the middle bathroom Reno’s and we have purchased a free standing bath. My question is ‘Do people secure these by fixing to fl ...

Di1
Junior Contributor
24 replies

Hi there, I'm now thinking of my kitchen reno, having almost finished my tiny bathroom. (Will post pics of the bathroom as soon as it is painted.) I ...

mattylara027
Junior Contributor
11 replies

Hi Workshop Community! I'm looking at replacing my old shower head with something new! Something like this - https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-wels ...

nuggetnavi
New Contributor
2 replies

Would love to see what other ideas for caravan

BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor

Attaching accurate Measurements/Dimensions to a completed Project Via Bosch app which can Bluetooth the Info anyware to mobile devicesHere's one of ...

Archerbayles
Budding Contributor
3 replies

I have recently shifted to my new home in Sydney. The home needs a remodel particularly wall paints. For this activity, I need the best painting ser ...

Former Workshop member
Former Workshop member
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I will be fascinated to see what people think about this!I had about 3 lineal metres of carpet to 'retack' onto the tacking strip (the strip that is n ...

twocutekelpies
Budding Contributor
11 replies

I got an email last night from Workshop with a few Caravan reno threads so thought I'd add a thread of my own now that I've made a bit of progress on ...

Kree8
Budding Contributor
11 replies

G’day, noobie here. I’ve been renovating my house for ages and it’s taking even longer again because I’m working almost full-time, have a kid, on my o ...

Adam_W
Super Contributor
22 replies

Well after months of delays due to everything from weather to design changes to me breaking my leg on-site… (yes, still in plaster…) we finally have o ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
29 replies

Given we were going to do a full kitchen reno but we're instead building a new home, we thought the splashback could at least do with a facelift, esp ...

Berrimilla
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi there, This is not house related but rather boat related. However with a bit of luck the question is generic enough that it might find an answer he ...

Moe
New Contributor
6 replies

Hello, My newly installed carpet has lots of spikes (aka carpet grippers) which can be felt along the perimeter. I cut my foot the other day accidenta ...

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