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@veginitis Are you trying to keep your tomatoes going over winter? Tough ask in most areas unless you have a greenhouse.

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@StuckAtHome This DIY room divider looks pretty easy if you have a sewing machine. Not sure it's going to do much about sound levels, but it would al ...

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I like how you shared your shopping list @topper . It would be good if there was a way to download people's shopping lists for popular projects so its ...

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Good work @Gunna. Nearly there...

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2 weeks ago

Nice work @ThalmannDirk. I'd be keen to see the furniture you've done. Do you do walls too?

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2 weeks ago

Hey @mann, There's plenty of low voltage garden lights that you can install yourself without the need for an electrician. https://www.bunnings.com.au ...

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I saw this plugged on Instagram as a solution to the current toilet paper crisis - https://www.bunnings.com.au/d-lucci-smart-bidet-toilet-seat_p002764 ...

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3 weeks ago

How's your lawn looking now @Samc81? All the recent rain has seen ours growing like crazy - bit unusual for this time of year.

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Hey @Neo19 bummer about that. Hate it when that sort of thing happens to fruit as they start developing.Okay, @MitchellM could be right. Possibility t ...

mdstorrs
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Hi @bluemoonskye and @Jason The team of boffins at my work thought hard and long over this. It was hard getting enough material no matter what I use ...

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It's been 15 months now, so I thought I would upload a few photos from my success. I won't horrify you with the failures. 13kg of Sweet Potatoes in o ...

Grub80
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Our second hoop house is an upmarket version from the first. All the timber and supports purchased from Bunnings (of Course!) I decided that rather ...

mich1972
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So our bathtub worm farm ( one of three ) on the edge of the carport was getting hot morning sun and unfortunately the worms were not impressed. We em ...

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When life throws one a number of curve balls that prevent us from under taking the things we like to do, getting out into workshop, gardening, ect we ...

Maursie
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it all started with a large cleared area in my small backyard and the purchase of an "L" shaped Raised Garden bed.Make sure its levelDrill holes in 90 ...

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2 weeks ago

Nice work @ThalmannDirk. I'd be keen to see the furniture you've done. Do you do walls too?

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3 weeks ago

I'm a Blundstone fan. Rarely wear anything else!

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4 weeks ago

Seems that buying tools as you need them isn't always a winning strategy as those bundles that the likes of Ryobi do seem like you get pretty good sav ...

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4 weeks ago

Wow, impressive project @ksd050. It scares the hell out of me though. Stay safe when using!

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4 weeks ago

Yep, you're on the right track @Gunna and I'm sure it will come up well and you won't be able to notice it down the track as long as you do the legwor ...

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4 weeks ago

Without knowing anything about your townhouse layout, I don't think there's much chance that any unit will cool upstairs and downstairs @xavierandmum. ...

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https://www.bunnings.com.au/scotts-lawn-builder-4kg-all-purpose-slow-release-fertiliser_p2962041

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Ripping up and replacing all the paving will be expensive @hughs777. I would definitely try cleaning them with high pressure and then using a paving p ...

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