Workshop
Start a discussion
since March 2016
November 2016
davehutchy
davehutchy
Junior Contributor
  • My latest posts
  • Posts I liked
  • My liked posts

User's latest posts

davehutchy
Junior Contributor

Just noticed I never came back to this. I did use Timbermate and it's fantastic. Very easy to use - just add a bit of water if its stiff and/or sit th ...

davehutchy
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Are we talking about just scraping the hotplate or a full clean of inside and out? I reckon I do the latter no more than once a year...

davehutchy
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Hi @kaylah_rose, I'm curious to see if you've made any progress with this project. Could you please provide an update?

davehutchy
Junior Contributor
8 replies

Hi everyone. I'm thinking about putting some turf down in an area of the backyard that's always been pretty worn/patchy and full of weeds. Kids are ge ...

davehutchy
Junior Contributor

My first impression is that it wouldn't be easy to paint and I'm not sure you'd get a great result. Plasterboard is cheap so I'd be strongly consideri ...

davehutchy
Junior Contributor

Keen to see some of your videos @AndrewJones. I admire anyone who is largely self-taught.

davehutchy
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Very impressive tiling job. Looks very professional. Well done.

davehutchy
Junior Contributor
1 reply

Thank you. Hoping to get stuck into it over the weekend.

Posts user liked

timjeffries
Established Contributor
1 reply

We have chooks and they're wonderful. They eat our scraps, provide us with eggs and everything I clean out from their little home goes in my hot compo ...

Blawson
Budding Browser
1 reply

Backyard chickens are the best pet to have! They supply you with more eggs than you know what to do with, they supply your garden with constant fertil ...

winnie77
New Contributor

Thank you Jackson, I've used screws to secure the boards down. I will try using some more when I get the chance.

stephenjo
Newbie
3 replies

If you are looking for lockers, may I suggest that you approach your local secondary school, specifically the General Assistant/Handyman. They may hav ...

Simon
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Hi guys, Below are some photos of a feature wall I painted at a Hair Salon in Melbourne's CBD a couple of years ago. Please excuse the quality of some ...

Benskimo
Junior Contributor
17 replies

Hey Workshop gang - I'd really like some tips and wisdom, if anyone has any, on how to spruice up the front entrance of our place. It's a pretty basic ...

damien3170
New Contributor
5 replies

I have a California Bungalow with an old backyard that's seen better days, and want to landscape. I'm thinking about digging it all up and putting in ...

DC_DIY
Occasional Browser
6 replies

Hi all, I'm new to the workshop and even newer to DIY. I've never really been that hands on but after having bought my first apartment I'm keen to p ...

User's liked posts

davehutchy
Junior Contributor

Just noticed I never came back to this. I did use Timbermate and it's fantastic. Very easy to use - just add a bit of water if its stiff and/or sit th ...

davehutchy
Junior Contributor

My first impression is that it wouldn't be easy to paint and I'm not sure you'd get a great result. Plasterboard is cheap so I'd be strongly consideri ...

davehutchy
Junior Contributor

Keen to see some of your videos @AndrewJones. I admire anyone who is largely self-taught.

davehutchy
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Hi everyone. I need to fill some nail holes in skirting boards and door trims before painting. There are also some imperfections in the wood that I wo ...

Contact Me
Online Status
Offline
Date Last Visited
November 2016