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Jason is the Workshop Community Manager. He has a passion for online communities and is always impressed at how much unique knowledge and experience that individual community members have to share with others.
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Community Manager Jason
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Melbourne-based Workshop community members can come and join in the fun today at Federation Square as Bunnings celebrates the launch of Click and C ...

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Welcome to Workshop @jamessmith. We're pleased to have you join us. Congratulations on your new home. This must be a really exciting time for you. I ...

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Great to see you inspired by Anita's project @mvtgodspeed. Many thanks for joining in the discussion and a warm welcome to the community. We look forw ...

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Hey @gippslandhome, Sorry you haven't had any suggestions yet. It looks like a really tough and frustrating problem! @ProjectPete, @Brad, @redrace ...

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Hi @lowededwoodie, You might like to check out these discussions that have previously covered the topic of how best to dismantle pallets: Easiest ...

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Hi @Di1, Great to hear that you've made fantastic progress with your bathroom. I'm looking forward to seeing it. What a classic kitchen you have! ...

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I also vote horizontal. It will look fantastic @ProjectPete! Jason

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Hi @Moobersan and @antiscab, Many thanks for joining in the discussion and a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. We trust that you'll get l ...

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ProjectPete
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Def see where you're coming from @CaptainBuff I have my conduit set into my brick wall (new home) so nothing to worry about there except when the hea ...

ProjectPete
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Nothing to add to @redracer01 Taking the time and effort to get it right to begin with will pay dividends over the years.

redracer01
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I suggest perhaps cabots clear or natural polyurethane finish. A light sand on the top using a 400 grit sand paper and then tack clothe to clean it up ...

redracer01
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Could possibly be a lift up type syatem. Pull the drawer out to its maximum opening position. Grab on to front and lift up. But before doing that chec ...

redracer01
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Very Nice!

redracer01
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@laurenk if you still have not found it, it's this one.

CaptainBuff
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Just my two cents (as I am CAD drawing my home theater design as well!) but horizontal will always look better due to the inherent 'width' 16:9 of a T ...

redracer01
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I vote horizontal. My colour choice gun metal grey.

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Hi @lowededwoodie, You might like to check out these discussions that have previously covered the topic of how best to dismantle pallets: Easiest ...

Community Manager Jason
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Hi @Di1, Great to hear that you've made fantastic progress with your bathroom. I'm looking forward to seeing it. What a classic kitchen you have! ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

I also vote horizontal. It will look fantastic @ProjectPete! Jason

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Hi @Moobersan and @antiscab, Many thanks for joining in the discussion and a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. We trust that you'll get l ...

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Many thanks for your comments. This is a good opportunity to remind everyone about our Rules of participation. The most important thing is to show r ...

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Great, many thanks Rob. Also just remembered this post from @Dan_M - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garage-and-Shed/Timber-Burl-finish-epoxy-or-varn ...

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@ProjectPete Had a close look at the stones last night and yes, there was some evidence of rust stains. So sealing them would be important. Let us ...

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I should have said there are plenty of role models here of all ages on the Workshop community. There's some wonderful examples of young people doin ...

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