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Tara86
Experienced Contributor
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Hi everyone - as my love and interest in DIY continues to grow I found I needed an adequate area to accommodate this. I needed decent storage and a po ...

Mikeyhz
New Contributor
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Hello everyone, is this a decent saw?(accurate,stable etc) Ryobi 1800W Table Saw (254mm) (RTS1526RG) im wanting to purchase my first table saw and th ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
2 replies

A friend asked if I could make a cordless drill storage station on behalf of her sister to give to her husband as a birthday present. I showed her a p ...

Ne
Budding Contributor
6 replies

1960s bus Reno. I've done pretty good job so far but having trouble with re roofing interior. Glue not working, every time it's hot it all falls dow ...

Anita-S
New Contributor
5 replies

My Gardner said he can smell this black smelly bug on my orange tree. The that squirts smelly stuff and covers the whole tree. I had to remove my old ...

evjay
Budding Contributor
2 replies

             The shed doesnt have internal framing. Things rust inside over time. I want to line it and make shelves and storage on the walls a ...

Kathy2
Occasional Browser
7 replies

Hello, we are about to lay engineered wood throughout house. Wood suppliers say to angle grind bottom of doorframes so wood fits snug in rather than t ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
26 replies

Here on Workshop we want to create an inclusive, welcoming community where anyone feels like they can seek help, including absolute beginners. After a ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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I was having a chat to a friend recently about tools. His philosophy was that he was always happy to pay a little extra for quality so that the tool w ...

GerryJ
Newbie
2 replies

I would like to close in an alfresco area at the rear of my house. Make it into an all weather sunroom. The floor is paving, open on two sides. Would ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
21 replies

Sorry it’s taken me longer than expected to get this post up. Back on the Easter long weekend I dedicated my time to a few things around the hous ...

Jay2020
New Contributor
6 replies

Hi I want to cover the space between pergola and neighor fence to avoind sun and wind would like to know what are the options I have. Distance between ...

Tara86
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

There are many ways you can hang pictures in your home or office. The most common methods I use are removable, interlocking adhesive strips and ...

cattb
Newbie
4 replies

I started this pantry a few days ago. We have recently repositioned our kitchen from the centre of the 120 yr old miners cottage we have bought. The ...

salx
Frequent Browser
3 replies

I have merbau edging on the frontyard lawn that boxes a 10 by 12.5 ft artificial turf. It's been installed over 6 months ago and have been weathered b ...

Arcc
Junior Contributor
32 replies

Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it was ...

woodenwookie
Established Contributor
2 replies

A few years ago when I started getting into woodworking my dad perpetually loaned me his Triton 2000 series Workcentre. This is a great unit and I mad ...

Former Workshop member
Former Workshop member
N/A
14 replies

G'day everyone, I think I am OK to go but still would be happier if any general handymen or tilers could give me a 'yeah...sounds good' or 'no way mat ...

Ang_flange
Budding Contributor
2 replies

I bought 2 Bunnings acacia project panels which I will biscuit joint and use as the top for my island bench. I will probably use Gilly’s food grade wa ...

Navz
Newbie
3 replies

I have ceramic tiles on most of floors in my living rooms and hallways. The grout on a few of the joints between tiles on the hallway has come out and ...

lharmer
New Contributor
6 replies

Hello, I'm Leah, I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's projects, getting some advice, as I've little to no experience when it comes to renovating, ...

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