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redracer01
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3 weeks ago

Just remember to use thick felt pad feet covers so you dont end up scratching your nice floor. Looks very nice and excellently laid out. The galv pipe ...

redracer01
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3 weeks ago

Hello jane The TV shows never show you the reality of the renovation. All they show you are all the pretty bits and the "I can do that! That's so easy ...

redracer01
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3 weeks ago

Hello @Sarahb Below are some drawings I made for you. However it is on the assumption that you will change your current top loader for a front load ...

redracer01
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a month ago

Truly this is a worthwhile chemical experiment! Reminds me of the time I tried to paint my moms louver doors with paving paint. I always wondered why ...

redracer01
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a month ago

Beautiful set up.

redracer01
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a month ago

On closer inspection was surprised to see you even took the skirting board into consideration. Thats an excellent eye for detail!

redracer01
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a month ago

Very nicely done. Excellent clean finish. It looks as if you bought it! What kind of bechtop did you use on it?

redracer01
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a month ago

Pergola, deck and swimming pool should be next on that list.

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Ang_flange
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2 weeks ago

We have progress! Stud wall is up, gas removed. Now to paint, get the power point installed and move the fridge into place.  

wooshka
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70's Bungalow we bought a couple of year ago had some dangerous steps as well as a sagging roof line at the front, ripped out the tree that was plante ...

Angi
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Four square book case I've had for awhile decided to turn into TV and DVD entertainment unit. When putting it together leave out top middle board for ...

Isobel
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This makeover only cost $58 using vinyl adhesive from Kmart and paint from Bunnings. The thrifty Mum used paint on the cupboards and splashback and v ...

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September 2018

Personally. start with the tiles and cook top.If the carcasses are good, utilise them as much as you can , if you wish to add, go to a cabinet maker w ...

Seventies
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September 2018

Many thanks @redracer01 for the ideas and the huge effort.The kitchen looks great!The increased size of the benchtop is a great idea and one we were t ...

cmn2020
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 We have been wanting to renovate our kitchen to give us more bench space and a bigger oven & pantry. We are happy to move the powder room into the la ...

Mitoski
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January

  Hi all. This is my small laundry. Dryer is in the garage as clearly no room available.. if it were me. I would get rid of the cupboard gives you h ...

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redracer01
Valued Contributor
3 weeks ago

Just remember to use thick felt pad feet covers so you dont end up scratching your nice floor. Looks very nice and excellently laid out. The galv pipe ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
3 weeks ago

Hello jane The TV shows never show you the reality of the renovation. All they show you are all the pretty bits and the "I can do that! That's so easy ...

redracer01
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3 weeks ago

Hello @Sarahb Below are some drawings I made for you. However it is on the assumption that you will change your current top loader for a front load ...

redracer01
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a month ago

Truly this is a worthwhile chemical experiment! Reminds me of the time I tried to paint my moms louver doors with paving paint. I always wondered why ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
a month ago

Beautiful set up.

redracer01
Valued Contributor
a month ago

On closer inspection was surprised to see you even took the skirting board into consideration. Thats an excellent eye for detail!

redracer01
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3 replies
a month ago

Very nicely done. Excellent clean finish. It looks as if you bought it! What kind of bechtop did you use on it?

redracer01
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a month ago

Pergola, deck and swimming pool should be next on that list.

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