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Wednesday

Hi SMJGGT, It all comes down to the look you want. I find using a foam brush or a rag, letting the stain soak in for 5-10mins then wiping the excess o ...

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Wednesday

Hi riessy, That looks like the protective layer coming off, thats what black hot rolled steel comes with from the manufacture. The light silver is the ...

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Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

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Wednesday

Hi Shagen. Nice work, that looks pretty good. A belt sander is easier. It all depends on the grit of sand paper you are using. I have an electric hand ...

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Hi Hiaifale6 As I am just helping a friend out with setting her garage up, so she can build/repair her furniture. Plus stops her from using my tools. ...

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Gday @Netorius - The vertical draw slides are for holding 1lt Paint and Stain cans. I can access from both side when open. Thinking of making some so ...

Razzer
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2 weeks ago

Gday mcandrew, I got the T-track from Hare and Forbes. Think it was about $30 for 1.2m piece, so I got 2. Pretty easy to install with a router.

Razzer
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4 weeks ago

Yes I used the NON structural formply for the draws and ply for the draw bases. The draw fronts are MDF with 2 coats of High build spray putty, sanded ...

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r23on
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Wednesday

you could make this work for you, grab some rust paint give it a coat or some brick cleaning acid give it a wipe to bring on the rust and put a glass ...

Hiaifale6
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I'd like to start off I'm honored to be part of this community. My name is Sisi Taungakava married and Migrate from Tonga Last year. I can do office ...

Netorius
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Friday

@Razzer, great idea, thanks

Netorius
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Friday

@Jason Thanks for the tip! Look forward to many DIY tips and advice.

Tara86
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2 weeks ago

@Razzer Wow I absolutely love this!! What a fantastic project. So many uses and has helped reorganise your garage space aswell. Great job!!!

r23on
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3 weeks ago

great job looks a well planed

boris
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We just moved into a new place and we need more storage! The garage has enough room for some shelving so we considered the metal premade packs, but de ...

Rodney
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Razzer
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Wednesday

Hi SMJGGT, It all comes down to the look you want. I find using a foam brush or a rag, letting the stain soak in for 5-10mins then wiping the excess o ...

Razzer
Budding Contributor
Wednesday

Hi riessy, That looks like the protective layer coming off, thats what black hot rolled steel comes with from the manufacture. The light silver is the ...

Razzer
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Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

Razzer
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Wednesday

Hi Shagen. Nice work, that looks pretty good. A belt sander is easier. It all depends on the grit of sand paper you are using. I have an electric hand ...

Razzer
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1 reply
Wednesday

Hi Hiaifale6 As I am just helping a friend out with setting her garage up, so she can build/repair her furniture. Plus stops her from using my tools. ...

Razzer
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a week ago

Gday @Netorius - The vertical draw slides are for holding 1lt Paint and Stain cans. I can access from both side when open. Thinking of making some so ...

Razzer
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2 weeks ago

Gday mcandrew, I got the T-track from Hare and Forbes. Think it was about $30 for 1.2m piece, so I got 2. Pretty easy to install with a router.

Razzer
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4 weeks ago

Yes I used the NON structural formply for the draws and ply for the draw bases. The draw fronts are MDF with 2 coats of High build spray putty, sanded ...

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