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Not the same but it is a place to start.

Brad
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One tip I have been given is that when you use tenons that the wedge goes across the grain to avoid the chance of splitting along the grain.

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I have most of the yard done in 40mm pavers except for the rear driveway where thicker pavers were used.So a calculation you can use is spa weight + w ...

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Epoxy is the go to product these days for finishing. Epoxy Resin is an alternative filler that can be coloured or clear and will need sanding and fini ...

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If they are the 40mm ones they are a close match to lightweight pavers. Not thick enough to drive a car over though and they colour is nothing to writ ...

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Shed needs to become a pale green since the 1950's galv is suffering, I also need a fix for the weeds that grow between the shed and side fence.

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https://www.bunnings.com.au/hy-clor-9l-outdoor-shower_p0067195Not as DIY but you get warm water and it comes in 3 sizes if this small one isn't big en ...

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Poppop
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Hi guys, Most of my handy work is either painted or oiled. But i once refinished an old coffee table with Bondall ultra gloss clear varnish from Bunni ...

r23on
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Doesen't time fly I have been kept busy with the construction of a CNC router. A colleague of mine at the shed and I have had our hands full with this ...

Henno
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Guys, I was just in Bunnings the other day splurging on some stuff, using a few of my gift cards along with my Power Pass and I got to wondering later ...

Allan72
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Hello everyone,Having recently completed the west side access of my house it’s now time to turn my attention to the east. I’ve included a quick sketch ...

Allan72
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A box of 240 grit sanding finishing sheets for my orbital sander.I’ve got a nice piece of Huon pine that I’m going to use as a height measuring chart ...

Noyade
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I recently painted (by brush) my corrugated iron roof with the colourbond colour - Woodland Grey.The roof and mushroom head of the air-conditioner wer ...

Carol_Prime
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All ready for our next camping trip. Recycled timber and a crafty day is all this took to make.

AnitaH25
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I was asked if I could make one of these for a friend. She had seen one but It came with a hefty price tag for what it was. She wanted a board that ...

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Brad
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Not the same but it is a place to start.

Brad
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One tip I have been given is that when you use tenons that the wedge goes across the grain to avoid the chance of splitting along the grain.

Brad
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I have most of the yard done in 40mm pavers except for the rear driveway where thicker pavers were used.So a calculation you can use is spa weight + w ...

Brad
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Epoxy is the go to product these days for finishing. Epoxy Resin is an alternative filler that can be coloured or clear and will need sanding and fini ...

Brad
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If they are the 40mm ones they are a close match to lightweight pavers. Not thick enough to drive a car over though and they colour is nothing to writ ...

Brad
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Shed needs to become a pale green since the 1950's galv is suffering, I also need a fix for the weeds that grow between the shed and side fence.

Brad
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Brad
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Could you drill holes in a block of wood to do the same thing?

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