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Hello @christianThis looks like a very involved project. Are you restoring for personal use or are you restoring to sell? I suggest bringing it to a p ...

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I strongly suggest this water cooled drill bit. I use it often to drill into discarded ceramic coffee cups that my sister inlaw turns into mini flower ...

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This is so magazine worthy! Amazing work fantastic design!

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If push comes to shove you will have to crush the bottom of the flange with multi grips. Its wide jaw should be sufficient to crimp the steel and then ...

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You could try a few drops of kerosene to soften up the silicone. There are also silicone removers available at Bunnings. Just dont know how it will af ...

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Fantastic!

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A4 size movie posters from top to bottom.

redracer01
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Looking very nice Allan72 cant wait for the "reveal" just like in those reno shows.

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barbthebuilder
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Hi all. I'm wanting to build a basic fish tank stand for my 2ft tank. It will be painted to match my furniture and to add some protection from water ...

Allan72
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Update 5:Hi everyone, Some time has passed since my last post. Back to work after the Christmas break, a spell of illness, kids weekend sport and hot ...

Prawns
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Ive been meaning to do this for a while - My front yard only has x1 impact sprinkler - it really needs at least x2 (my backyard has x4 semi-permanent ...

Tara86
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Firstly I’d like to thank @Yorky88 for your helpful advice answering my long list of questions!! Plus all the other posts showing their DIY Cubby’s - ...

Dale
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I was totally surprised to see no one had, let alone started a topic on, but even mentioned the word aquaponics! Well, that's fixed. So what is A ...

Ajmod
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Thanks Jason. The room is big - 10x7 m. At the moment we're planning to use it as a casual/rumpas room.There's a nice big fireplace on the other side ...

mattylara027
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Hi Workshop Community!I'm about to install a dishwasher in my house under an existing benchtop. Are there any steps i need to do before installing the ...

kathd
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Hi,we are thinking of painting our 20 years old cottage roof before installing solar panels. It is currently this faded cottage green I presume. Our s ...

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redracer01
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Hello @christianThis looks like a very involved project. Are you restoring for personal use or are you restoring to sell? I suggest bringing it to a p ...

redracer01
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I strongly suggest this water cooled drill bit. I use it often to drill into discarded ceramic coffee cups that my sister inlaw turns into mini flower ...

redracer01
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This is so magazine worthy! Amazing work fantastic design!

redracer01
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If push comes to shove you will have to crush the bottom of the flange with multi grips. Its wide jaw should be sufficient to crimp the steel and then ...

redracer01
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You could try a few drops of kerosene to soften up the silicone. There are also silicone removers available at Bunnings. Just dont know how it will af ...

redracer01
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A4 size movie posters from top to bottom.

redracer01
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Looking very nice Allan72 cant wait for the "reveal" just like in those reno shows.

redracer01
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Having looked at your photo it seems that most of the exposed surfaces are covered in laminate. It should be relatively safe to put your dishwasher in ...

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