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Moose
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yesterday

The many many.. I’m beginning to wonder if we should have just started with new walls   

Moose
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yesterday

Thank you! On I crack then... The v is pretty much what I’ve been doing, it’s just that there are so many! Also, the cracks are so fine, and I have tr ...

Moose
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yesterday

Living Coral feels a bit like its sliding back to peach... which is what our 1979 house is - mission brown and peach!!

Moose
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Saturday

All removed, Thank you everyone. Now I’m onto paint prep questions! https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/hairline-cracks-interior-walls-widen ...

Moose
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Saturday

One of the big cracks  

Moose
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Hi! We’re prepping our walk in robe, three built in robes, and one linen cupboard, for the install (27/11/19) of pre-fab shelving. The company for ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
a week ago

Thanks a lot Roy. Off to Bunnings for a grinding wheel then. I think you should get a Bunnings points card when you buy a house!! I'll check in with t ...

Moose
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a week ago

Partial success! Presenting an almost empty wardrobe cavity. I've learnt a hell of a lot about multitools, including how to (not) treat blades! No mor ...

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TedBear
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yesterday

Most definitely widen them first, otherwise they will just reappear a few weeks after the paint dries. It's easier than you may imagine: drag one of t ...

Community Manager Jason
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Moose, Welcome to the Workshop community. Apologies for the slow reply. Let me tag a few very helpful members who might like to share some advic ...

royq
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10 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @Moose,That's a decent sized section so without being able to access all sides you would need a pretty big grinder, which will make a big mess too. ...

Bundaboy
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9 replies
2 weeks ago

A reciprocating saw with a demo blade or metal cutting blade should make short work of it I would think BUT I am a big believer that things should be ...

Brad
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8 replies
2 weeks ago

+1 to what Roy said, not sure how we survived before the multi tool was invented.

JustJim
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7 replies
2 weeks ago

I agree with all of what has been said. I'm sure this wasn't welded in place so it shouldn't need to be cut up to be removed. Having said that, it may ...

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Moose
Junior Contributor
yesterday

Thank you! On I crack then... The v is pretty much what I’ve been doing, it’s just that there are so many! Also, the cracks are so fine, and I have tr ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
yesterday

Living Coral feels a bit like its sliding back to peach... which is what our 1979 house is - mission brown and peach!!

Moose
Junior Contributor
Saturday

All removed, Thank you everyone. Now I’m onto paint prep questions! https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/hairline-cracks-interior-walls-widen ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
a week ago

Thanks a lot Roy. Off to Bunnings for a grinding wheel then. I think you should get a Bunnings points card when you buy a house!! I'll check in with t ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
3 replies
a week ago

Partial success! Presenting an almost empty wardrobe cavity. I've learnt a hell of a lot about multitools, including how to (not) treat blades! No mor ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
2 weeks ago

I forgot to say - yes, the ugg boots are a big hit in our house. We have three pairs between us all and sometimes I accidentally end up with the wrong ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
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Hi, we need to remove the metal components from inside our 1980's wardrobes. Someone suggested it's just a matter of angle grinding. Having never d ...

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