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I’m thinking about being cheeky and buying my own present - a Ring doorbell. I like the idea of being able to see who is at the door on my mobile wher ...

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Have we got any Victorian Workshop members now rushing to get solar thanks to the new state solar subsidy?

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If you are at all concerned about the structural integrity of the wall itself I would certainly consult a professional. Is there any signs that the wa ...

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Brilliant job @danieltheman. Congrats.

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

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Heya @Kiwifr33, have you got a finished shot of your workbench?

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Wow, that is seriously going large. Reminded me of this Simpsons episode!

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@EricJ Very basic looking shelf instructions here - https://www.instructables.com/id/Hanging-Microwave-Shelf/ What @MartyH shared looks a lot more att ...

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We are about to engage with a group of local Cubs and provide a hands on project for fathers day on Wed night. I though this would be a graet project ...

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Good stuff @r23on. I'm sure that the kids will really enjoy making the tool boxes. Looking forward to seeing how they come up. Thanks for sharing th ...

danieltheman
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Burnt roof and floor Finished product I'm so proud I can build stuff

simon_c
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Hey all! My fiancee and I have just settled on a 3 bedroom Californian bungalow in the northern suburbs. It needs a ton of work, but has great bones. ...

Kiwifr33
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Legs and rails. Rails are dovetailed / lapped flush with the legs. Top left is the first half of the laminated top. Everything is recycled. Cuttin ...

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Main assembly time. I’ve used floor seal tung oil as a finish to try and stiffen up the three plywood legs. Admins, I seem to be missing the 'add phot ...

PJA
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G’day Yorky88, Easy and no gluing. I don’t think you can even get Lino anymore! If it is Lino, then it’s been down for more than 40 years; and on a wo ...

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

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Congrats @Kanga42, great repair!

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Wow, comprehensive reply from @PJA! @Yorky88, I assume you've seen this? - https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/flooring/laminate-and-vinyl/how-to-l ...

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@Walter, I had a Beefeater for over 15 years so can happily recommend. I would have been happy to buy another one. If you can, buy a quality unit that ...

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Good one @Kiwifr33. Thanks for the update.

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Good one @Poppop. Toddlers love pushing trolleys around.

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Keen to hear Adam's thoughts on the best way to control weeds in the garden. Is pulling them out by hand more or less effective than using a weed kill ...

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@DIYnewby Do you mean what brand of powertools should you buy, or what tools do you need for the job? There's been a few discussions on Workshop about ...

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