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All materials are recycled and Have been made into this large outdoor bench seat measuring at 2.3m long, 750mm high, 800mmm wide with the choice of a ...

LePallet
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a month ago

Sounds like a tough one. My first thought could be the tap washers they were installed by the plumber may be getting stuck when opening. My hot water ...

LePallet
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1 reply
May

Ratio is 5 parts resin - 1 part hardener. This is clear and I also have a little bottle of black Pigment paste which makes it black. There are a lot ...

LePallet
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May

@MitchellMc much appreciate, i have been wanting to make my first dining table for a while now. Looking forward to my next one. there are two differ ...

LePallet
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4 replies
May

A good mate of mine pulled these facia beams off an old house and asked if I could turn them into a dining table.The glue up was challenging with the ...

LePallet
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2 replies
May

Hi @Serveh 31kg sounds epic. Do you have a photo to share? why is it you can’t use a stud? Is there a hook on the back of this mirror? if you want to ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
May

Hi @DIY04, It certainly has been a popular project with the community. I myself am considering building one, though my daughter is a bit young for ...

Starkers_17
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I turned a couple of piles of old material into a coffee table. 50 year old bed posts20 year old steelTable machined and joinedTest fit

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
3 replies
May

Hi @LePallet, What an amazing project once again, your scope of talent is really boundless! May I please ask what you filled the voids in the timber ...

vipulgoswami
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May

wow, that looks amazing, would love to get some help of you

MrnMrsScott
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1 reply
May

Wow! You guys did a great job! I’m feeling inspired

Yasmine_Eluwa
Newbie
1 reply
May

This is exactly the kind of idea I was looking at doing for my son, something that can handle shoes better than my couch!

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
May

Let us know if you need a hand with building your own @Yasmine_Eluwa. I'm sure @LePallet and other helpful community members will be happy to share ad ...

blocka
Newbie
2 replies
March

you could use 100mm stack pipe pvc cut along print to keep a strait line about 20mm slot, use a diamond blade or smillar spread one end to slip over a ...

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LePallet
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4 weeks ago

  

LePallet
Super Contributor
2 replies

   

LePallet
Super Contributor
2 replies

All materials are recycled and Have been made into this large outdoor bench seat measuring at 2.3m long, 750mm high, 800mmm wide with the choice of a ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
a month ago

Sounds like a tough one. My first thought could be the tap washers they were installed by the plumber may be getting stuck when opening. My hot water ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
1 reply
May

Ratio is 5 parts resin - 1 part hardener. This is clear and I also have a little bottle of black Pigment paste which makes it black. There are a lot ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
May

@MitchellMc much appreciate, i have been wanting to make my first dining table for a while now. Looking forward to my next one. there are two differ ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
4 replies
May

A good mate of mine pulled these facia beams off an old house and asked if I could turn them into a dining table.The glue up was challenging with the ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
2 replies
May

Hi @Serveh 31kg sounds epic. Do you have a photo to share? why is it you can’t use a stud? Is there a hook on the back of this mirror? if you want to ...

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