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Stuardo
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Stuardo
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Sunday

Yeah Mitchell you are probably right with the gutter guard, it would need something more solid like timber. Stuart.

Stuardo
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Saturday

Hi @Martin2020 The first thing I thought of was Gutter Guard fixed into place with cable ties around the posts. There is black plastic or galvanised w ...

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2 weeks ago

Hi @Lassy Sorry I don't know any way to quickly shrink wood, however my suggestion is Bunnings have galvanised steel bracket plates that would do the ...

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When you cut and join laminate benchtops is it enough to just use PVA glue between the joins? I heard a horror story of water getting into the join ca ...

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July

Hi @authurjackson , I have one of these glass globe water based air purifiers and I love it. The simple design of air being sucked through a fine spra ...

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July

Hi @Emm1 I love the idea of re-using items for a different purpose. Being a bedside lamp these glass panels you mention obviously benefit from having ...

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July

Hi @jays2007 the deck looks great. I suppose what you do around the deck depends on the aesthetic you are going for and how it links to the landscape ...

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June

Hi @Fadi, we all love the idea of a deck and low-level decks are a constant question on the site. Please DON'T use the timber you suggested as it is u ...

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jmagnayon
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Long time follower, first time poster. I would like to share my little iso project we started on Saturday (12/09/2020). The objective was to bring a ...

Yorky88
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  Here is a garden path I built using recycled heritage pavers for a big landscaping job we did in Fremantle. This was actually quite a technical pa ...

mattoharae
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i made one with vj panels.i got 2 2100 x 720 hollow doors from bunnings and biscuit joined and glued together. then cut vj panels with a track saw, wi ...

ProjectPete
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2 weeks ago

Happy to help @Lassy . I'd go with the 14g 100mm Bugle batten screw as it'll give you 50mm embedment in the post when flush finished on the rail An ...

Lassy
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2 weeks ago

@ProjectPete Brilliant, thank you!

Super66
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I made what I am calling a Half Port, because I didn’t have room for a whole Car Port. So I just welded up a few brackets and add some polycarbonate ...

fhk56
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For many many years, I have been using plastic containers for small parts etc. After years of use these are now falling apart and spreading their cont ...

KMP
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Final makeover of formal lounge. Newly refurbed cabinet (see other post), furniture removed, added a golden cane palm and wall painted Ace if Spades c ...

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Stuardo
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Sunday

Yeah Mitchell you are probably right with the gutter guard, it would need something more solid like timber. Stuart.

Stuardo
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3 replies
Saturday

Hi @Martin2020 The first thing I thought of was Gutter Guard fixed into place with cable ties around the posts. There is black plastic or galvanised w ...

Stuardo
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi @Lassy Sorry I don't know any way to quickly shrink wood, however my suggestion is Bunnings have galvanised steel bracket plates that would do the ...

Stuardo
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July

Hi @authurjackson , I have one of these glass globe water based air purifiers and I love it. The simple design of air being sucked through a fine spra ...

Stuardo
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3 replies
July

Hi @Emm1 I love the idea of re-using items for a different purpose. Being a bedside lamp these glass panels you mention obviously benefit from having ...

Stuardo
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2 replies
July

Hi @jays2007 the deck looks great. I suppose what you do around the deck depends on the aesthetic you are going for and how it links to the landscape ...

Stuardo
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June

Hi @Fadi, we all love the idea of a deck and low-level decks are a constant question on the site. Please DON'T use the timber you suggested as it is u ...

Stuardo
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May

That is a beautiful deck @hadi and you should be proud of what you achieved. I hope you found the modules easy to work with and very sturdy when finis ...

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