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@christmas Use concrete sleepers - https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-range/building-hardware/landscape/sleepers/concrete-sleepers Second best option wo ...

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@neha1 These might help: https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/kitchen/kitchen-ideas/kitchen-makeovers-and-renovations-on-a-budget https://www.bunni ...

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@Learner1 https://www.goldcoastpestservices.com.au/gold-coast-pest-control-blog/six-design-tips-for-a-termite-smart-deck

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This reminds me of the amazement I felt when I saw new carpet being installed at my first house. I couldn't believe how punishing the job was on the i ...

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Is steam another option @ProjectPete?

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Hi @amyt1337, Sounds like the previous owners had ecletic tastes! So are you painting all rooms white and getting rid of all the other colours? Choos ...

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What gear have you got at your disposal @Berrimilla? I'd probably just start with a sander and see how I go.

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Frankie the Franklin Hunter caravan - completed renovation in July. A new floor has been laid, new kitchen built, new blinds and cushions purchased ...

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This is something I put together in the DIY workshop because I had a fair few people asking about screening ideas. After building the structure and ...

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Used sienna sleepers which are arsenic-free ( 6mtr X 1mtr) better for Veg patch. cost me 270$ including delivery.

twocutekelpies
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I got an email last night from Workshop with a few Caravan reno threads so thought I'd add a thread of my own now that I've made a bit of progress on ...

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I have seen his threads, very nice work :bigsmile:I completed this one 3 years ago and it took me about 16mths as I wasn't working at the time and had ...

gippslandhome
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Thanks @Kermit . He loves the comments from the community members and looking at the projects with me. 

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@Learner1 https://www.goldcoastpestservices.com.au/gold-coast-pest-control-blog/six-design-tips-for-a-termite-smart-deck

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This reminds me of the amazement I felt when I saw new carpet being installed at my first house. I couldn't believe how punishing the job was on the i ...

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Hi @amyt1337, Sounds like the previous owners had ecletic tastes! So are you painting all rooms white and getting rid of all the other colours? Choos ...

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Wow, that photo of the rust and all the things living in the old van is amazing @twocutekelpies! Looking forward to seeing how it comes together.

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Good one @gippslandhome. Looks like the little man is going to grow up with some skills.

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Would you consider replacing the walls with new gyprock @Kree8? It might be quicker/cheaper than all the time trying to sand/strip back?

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Sounds like rot to me @benny!

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