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Annette7
Newbie
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Hi all,what type of paint do I need for a 82 Viscount aluminium caravan 14ft and how many litres,so far u have sanded down the whole van .now the next ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
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Recent caravan renovation project - Vinnie the Viscount van. It included a window box and a bright and beautiful paint job.

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
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Frankie the Franklin Hunter caravan - completed renovation in July. A new floor has been laid, new kitchen built, new blinds and cushions purchased ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Our house was built in the 50s and we’ve renovated inside, but now it’s time to tackle the backyard... We’ve decided that the double car garage, whi ...

Tomo
New Contributor
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Has anyone temporarily moved a hot water system? Mine is currently situated on top of the decking boards I need to replace. The deck is about a metre ...

nuggetnavi
New Contributor
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Would love to see what other ideas for caravan

deborah
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone. I have a 80s franklain caravan and it needs reworking inside but don't want to start ripping everything out and find I have done the wron ...

Kimberley90
New Contributor
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Struggling to decide on colour for pergola. Should we go with the fence colour (which is similar to roof) or use a contrasting colour. Note all the ...

beckyboo
Budding Contributor
16 replies

Hi, I'm very new to DIY. This will be my first ever project. Last week I bought an old Millard caravan for 500 dollars. I'm unsure of the year and mo ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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Here are some bar tables we built recently

Yorky88
Super Contributor

danieltheman
New Contributor
12 replies
May

Built a patio. Never built anything in my life... Fire on patio Burnt roof and floor I'm so proud I can build stuff

trevor_s
New Contributor
3 replies
May

Hi all,I need help. The guttering on the house that I live in now was poorly designed as the surrounding trees drop their leaves and flowers on the d ...

kathd
Budding Contributor
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Hi!I have found great paint options in colours and physical properties, but how about toxicity for rainwater tanks ?We do not have townwater and rely ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
10 replies

Here's the latest caravan renovation - took about 3 months worth of weekends and was great fun to do. Enjoy!

RobPegley
Established Contributor
24 replies

Renovated an old 70s Millard caravan from scratch with a Penguin Classics book theme. Hard work, but well worth the results of a Xmas Holiday proje ...

reno_01
Budding Contributor
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Porch to be rendered. What products are available for a novice. I believe that there a re products now that correct themselves, is this true? What ...

aplas1987
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Hi all, Our outdoor lights appear to have come off the walls (they are old). I am wondering how easy it is to put them back on? We are also looking to ...

dallasclark
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, First project in the new house. I'm seeking some ideas to transform the pool area and making it the central feature as you walk out into t ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We have been slowly transforming our 'backyard' AKA courtyard since moving into our Victorian inner city home. The previous owners kindly left us a ...

MitchellM
Experienced Contributor

Work Boots are gloves to our feet, they protect us when we're doing projects around the home and can last from a few months to many years if treated ...

dgmcreative
Budding Contributor
16 replies

Hi Guys First time post so please go easy on me, I have just purchased a 3 bedroom house with a large sloping front garden and a smallish flat rear ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor

For a cheap & nasty eBay greenhouse, it lasted six years without fuss until some of the top polycarbonate split and blew out in some wind. Being from ...