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ProjectPete
ProjectPete
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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Insta @projectpete.diy @at.home.rosehill and @homeprojectco
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ProjectPete
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Wednesday

Welcome @Bugly Grab some Instant Nails (Sika or Selleys are good) and stick to wall with that. Easiest/quickest way to hold in place while it dries i ...

ProjectPete
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Wednesday

Same to you @Jason and every other member of this amazing community. It's been great seeing its growth and I'm looking forward to sharing and learning ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

Not stalking at all haha. We share all this so we can have the convo The timber is just cut from a Bunnings project panel. Usually around the $99 m ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

Thanks for the message @Old-gal24. It's always nice to know that the time/effort I put into this awesome community is helpful and appreciated!

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

Fantastic! Looks great and very usable.

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

Always happy to help - feel free to DM me on Insta @homeprojectco too as I always have that on me, but not always on workshop community

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

No worries  Good thinking re concrete vs tree roots - always a risk there so best to avoid. The boards are suitable (designed for) tiling and the ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

This is the perfect place for "real beginners" @TKilkenny  Brick/masonry walls Drilling into a brick/masonry wall requires a specific drill bit suc ...

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gippslandhome
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Thursday

hi @Bugly my only concern is with using liquid nails or silicone is that it is a temporary and easy fix. personally in the past we have cut our skirt ...

Community Manager Jason
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It's been a tough start to 2020 for many Australians, but let me wish all Workshop members a very happy (and safe) new year. I hope this year brings p ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
Wednesday

Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the community @MrFreeze. Feel free to "ramble" anytime - it sounds like you have got a lot of experience and ...

rattle
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Tuesday

Not "years ago", but I just recently completed a small deck area, which extends from our alfresco and I have been out there just about every day worki ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
Tuesday

Welcome to the community @MrFreeze Good points you make. I've been a smart home advocate for a long time, and my wife has now gotten used to it, ...

MikeTNZ
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Tuesday

Awesome work, Pete,I totally agree with you with respect to using an angle grinder vs the tile cutter.Being able to cut to a line, with an angle grind ...

Old-gal24
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Tuesday

Hi @ProjectPete I know this is an old project but I love the fact that you have shared with us on workshop the major steps involved in completing you ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
Tuesday

Hi @MazPert, Welcome to the Workshop community. Great to see that you have already had some feedback from the wonderful @ProjectPete. I trust that o ...

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ProjectPete
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1 reply
Wednesday

Welcome @Bugly Grab some Instant Nails (Sika or Selleys are good) and stick to wall with that. Easiest/quickest way to hold in place while it dries i ...

ProjectPete
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Wednesday

Same to you @Jason and every other member of this amazing community. It's been great seeing its growth and I'm looking forward to sharing and learning ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

Not stalking at all haha. We share all this so we can have the convo The timber is just cut from a Bunnings project panel. Usually around the $99 m ...

ProjectPete
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1 reply
Tuesday

Thanks for the message @Old-gal24. It's always nice to know that the time/effort I put into this awesome community is helpful and appreciated!

ProjectPete
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2 replies
Tuesday

No worries  Good thinking re concrete vs tree roots - always a risk there so best to avoid. The boards are suitable (designed for) tiling and the ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

This is the perfect place for "real beginners" @TKilkenny  Brick/masonry walls Drilling into a brick/masonry wall requires a specific drill bit suc ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

Thanks for the walkthrough @Tara86 Just thought I'd share one of my favourite (boring yet simple and helpful) tools...Clever little invention and c ...

ProjectPete
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Tuesday

@MazPert Timber-look tiles are a good option and with their textured finish are less slippery when wet than standard tiles. Unsure which will be mor ...

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