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redracer01
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This is so beautiful. I want to do one so badly but have no space in my backyard.

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I reckon we (workshop community) should all gather at your place for a quick bbq feed and enjoy your FIFA room when its done!

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As usual @ProjectPete you put us all to shame. This is artwork level tiling! Spot on leveling and so schmick! Must agree that the subway tiles give it ...

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Prime X is my go to primer for starting out your wall. Most of the tradies I've delt with recommend the product. It is DIY friendly and again easy to ...

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Resaflex is the most forgiving tile adhesive you can get. It has the highest tolerance for movement and has the most polymere content in the market. J ...

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This is a beautiful stove. I strongly suggest to keep and refurbish. If you ever decide to sell the house it becomes one of its best features.

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Chisel and a lot of patience. You may add an extra bottle or two while you chip away at the cement. At first I thought it was a form of insulation see ...

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@Yoda Have a look at @ProjectPete's handy work for hiding the HWC. https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor/Screening-to-hide-hot-water-systems/m-p ...

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gippslandhome
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Well we have got to the end of Mackas Planter boxes. We had alot of fun as a family and they were fun to make. We hope you enjoy the pictures and don ...

Caron
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Still very new to the building/renovating space. My little 1940's cottage needed some privacy - in summer we get amazing sea breezes coming through th ...

ProjectPete
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@Jason for some reason the two portrait/vertical pics I uploaded rotated themselves...couldn't get them back to normal but can shoot you the originals ...

DIY-Rob
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Hi Di1 I can see a lot of potentual in your old kitchen to create a great and functional kitchen. My wife and I have just completed our kitchen in wha ...

Di1
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Hi Gail Gosh, I can't imagine a kitchen worse than this! Did you come across unexpected problems? Most of mine are laid out in front of me so at lea ...

Community Manager Jason
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Melbourne-based Workshop community members can come and join in the fun today at Federation Square as Bunnings celebrates the launch of Click and C ...

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redracer01
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This is so beautiful. I want to do one so badly but have no space in my backyard.

redracer01
Super Contributor

I reckon we (workshop community) should all gather at your place for a quick bbq feed and enjoy your FIFA room when its done!

redracer01
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2 replies

As usual @ProjectPete you put us all to shame. This is artwork level tiling! Spot on leveling and so schmick! Must agree that the subway tiles give it ...

redracer01
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1 reply

Prime X is my go to primer for starting out your wall. Most of the tradies I've delt with recommend the product. It is DIY friendly and again easy to ...

redracer01
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Resaflex is the most forgiving tile adhesive you can get. It has the highest tolerance for movement and has the most polymere content in the market. J ...

redracer01
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Chisel and a lot of patience. You may add an extra bottle or two while you chip away at the cement. At first I thought it was a form of insulation see ...

redracer01
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@Yoda Have a look at @ProjectPete's handy work for hiding the HWC. https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor/Screening-to-hide-hot-water-systems/m-p ...

redracer01
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@TheGreendalePom I suggest checking all your taps in the house and garden ones as well. All associated fittings from tank to pump to house. Check y ...

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