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Moose
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Moose
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November

That's so great! I've been wanting to do a bee/insect home for ages but they're all so big that it has been a bit off putting. This one is nice and qu ...

Moose
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1 reply
November

Hi everyone!Our frames have been stripped, cleaned, and primed with etch primer. From what I can see online, an enamel paint would be most long lastin ...

Moose
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1 reply
November

Thanks everyone - it's progressing nicely. ALthough not as rapidly as I had hoped, the deadline is Wednesday morning!!

Moose
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November

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

Moose
Junior Contributor
November

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
November

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
2 replies
November

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
November

One of the big cracks  

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mich1972
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Have you got any Australian Native trees or shrubs growing in your garden that needs a prune ? If they are reasonably thick branches , chop up a branc ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
November

Hi @Moose - I have a 1970s place which is double brick with rendered and plastered walls. I would only widen the bigger cracks like those in your phot ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
4 replies
November

I had this issue in my previous house @Moose and was advised to use this product straight over the cracks as they were (no widening), then sand and pa ...

TedBear
Junior Contributor
3 replies
November

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
Community Manager
13 replies
November

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
Established Contributor
12 replies
November

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
Experienced Contributor
11 replies
November

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
Trusted Contributor
10 replies
November

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

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Moose
Junior Contributor
3 replies
November

That's so great! I've been wanting to do a bee/insect home for ages but they're all so big that it has been a bit off putting. This one is nice and qu ...

Moose
Junior Contributor
1 reply
November

Thanks everyone - it's progressing nicely. ALthough not as rapidly as I had hoped, the deadline is Wednesday morning!!

Moose
Junior Contributor
November

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
November

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
2 replies
November

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
November

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
5 replies
November

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
November

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 ...

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