Workshop
Start a discussion
since June 2016
Online
Brad
Trusted Contributor
  • My latest posts
  • Posts I liked
  • My liked posts

User's latest posts

Brad
Trusted Contributor
2 hours ago

Most have a nut on the underside that you can undo to remove the seat, for a streamlined bowl that area is sealed off. I have a feeling that those cap ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
9 hours ago

Once you have cleaned the area off Pave-lock sand is the easy way, sweep it into the cracks and water it in, it is not as hard as concrete but it come ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
9 hours ago

That does look like a go to product for metal repairs and much cheaper than Knead-it Metal with a potential downside of needing to get the 2 part mix ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
Saturday

Defiantly a fine tooth blade gives a better result.Always cut from the same face of the board so any chips can be put to the underside.Scoring cuts ca ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
1 reply
Friday

I think the easy way is to cut the top of the legs at an angle so they splay out a bit.

Brad
Trusted Contributor
1 reply
Thursday

I would use PVA that is suitable for outdoor use just in case you do spill something on the join.

Brad
Trusted Contributor
Thursday

Camphor Laurel does have a smell that lingers so keep that in mind if you want to go down that path.I would use timber with a live edge with the bark ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
3 replies
a week ago

Given there is not a lot of metal left once the hole was drilled there is not a simple way to weld it together that would hold. Sleeve would need to b ...

Posts user liked

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
2 replies
yesterday

Hi @DexterOz, You might need to pull out the strainer basket inside the sink and insert a screwdriver into the waste grill to hold it in position ...

r23on
Super Contributor
Saturday

Hi Shagenas pointed out the stability of the table will be dictated by the size and quality of wheels as a suggestion i would stabilise each leg by br ...

Rufaro01
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
a week ago

Hi Michael (@Michaelwj), I'm sorry the troubleshooting didn't assist in fixing the issue on your Sunfresh clothesline. It appears the product is not ...

prvz27
Junior Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Appreciate all the different tips here guys. Went ahead and bought the Haron dowelling jig and managed to get a nice square hole, beauty! 

cadsman
Established Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

I've got two 100mm angle grinders, a Makita and a Work-zone. Both work well but the Makita is easier to change discs with the hold button for the spi ...

DungeonDweller
Budding Contributor
9 replies

WHERE DA GAMER'S AT? Hey everyone. Thought I'd post a pic of my ISO WIP. It's going to be a board game table. The flat screen insert is so I can us ...

Baggs
Budding Contributor
2 weeks ago

hello, sorry for taking a while to reply.i can really remember and cant measure it atm.iv just done a rough drawing of what i remember. cheerskyle

User's liked posts

Brad
Trusted Contributor
9 hours ago

Once you have cleaned the area off Pave-lock sand is the easy way, sweep it into the cracks and water it in, it is not as hard as concrete but it come ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
9 hours ago

That does look like a go to product for metal repairs and much cheaper than Knead-it Metal with a potential downside of needing to get the 2 part mix ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
Saturday

Defiantly a fine tooth blade gives a better result.Always cut from the same face of the board so any chips can be put to the underside.Scoring cuts ca ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
1 reply
Friday

I think the easy way is to cut the top of the legs at an angle so they splay out a bit.

Brad
Trusted Contributor
1 reply
Thursday

I would use PVA that is suitable for outdoor use just in case you do spill something on the join.

Brad
Trusted Contributor
Thursday

Camphor Laurel does have a smell that lingers so keep that in mind if you want to go down that path.I would use timber with a live edge with the bark ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
3 replies
a week ago

Given there is not a lot of metal left once the hole was drilled there is not a simple way to weld it together that would hold. Sleeve would need to b ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
a week ago

If you can locate the studs and they are in the right place for matching the bracket holes I would use metal thread screws instead of the wood threads ...

Contact Me
Online Status
Online
Date Last Visited
8 hours ago