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Ha @Mick0s - I posted that same pic on @Wayne's wine barrel discussion here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor/Wine-Barrels/m-p/11656#M1597 Plea ...

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Another one for you @Mick0s. It's incredible.

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Wonderful @kel. Always lovely to see traditional toys still being made by hand. I'm sure the kids who receive these will really treasure them.

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If you want to replace them, you'll need an electrician @aplas1987. Just buy the lights at Bunnings or another store and then call a local electrician ...

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@Joker Do you know what type of connection you are getting? Eg Hybrid Fibre Coaxial?

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Forget weeding, here's a robot that can build a house for you!https://www.perthnow.com.au/business/construction/was-fastbrick-robot-building-home-in-t ...

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Looks like a very professional finish as always @ProjectPete. Well done.

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No worries @Goldy. No primer needed - you'll just need multiple coats of the Ultra Pave. White Knight say to thin the first coat with 20% water for ba ...

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Hi Berg, my veggies are thriving, me too are waiting for the next few weeks for the warmer weather. I’ve recently planted climbing beans, and my first ...

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I recently installed the below floating desk for a customer of mine so I thought I'd share the process at a high level and the end result which we're ...

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Hello Dallas,I suggest the following. 1. Remove glass fence and make a cement footing for the glass fence to increase its height by at least 200 mm th ...

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Hi All, I had to post and share - finally finished the side access to my house (but still have the other side to do!). Am stoked it’s now done. A big ...

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Hello RohanH,Here is a preview of some of my suggestions. As you know I only do my drawings in the evenings to relax and unwind. My apologies if the r ...

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If you want to replace them, you'll need an electrician @aplas1987. Just buy the lights at Bunnings or another store and then call a local electrician ...

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Looks like a very professional finish as always @ProjectPete. Well done.

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No worries @Goldy. No primer needed - you'll just need multiple coats of the Ultra Pave. White Knight say to thin the first coat with 20% water for ba ...

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Have you pulled up any of the existing kitchen tiles to see if there's floorboards underneath @RohanH? You might get lucky...

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Installed the Ring unit last night - albeit a little crooked which I will get grief for. Set-up was very easy and everything is working great. I have ...

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Hope these help @gingerred. https://l.bunnings.com.au/diy-brochure.ashx/30/How_to_Fix_a_Leaky_Tap.pdf?stateID=3

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Some ideas here @robyn2202 - https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/outdoor/outdoor-living/how-to-decorate-a-small-backyard

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Wow, all that in 3 weeks! Well done @simon_c.

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