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ProjectPete
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Handy guy; got skills and love putting them to use. Love trying new things and learning. Keen BBQer particularly the good ol' low n slow; grilling, smoking, roasting.
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Timber is commonly placed under colorbond fences for this and other reasons @benny. I don't see how it'll make the steel rot...the capping along the b ...

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Of course you can! Simplest way is usually to just use some lengths of timber (offcuts) or books, bricks, etc. Just remember to protect your basin/ben ...

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Love a good freestanding bath @Sez I got this installed in my new place (couldnt find a full size pic on hand) In short - yes, it should be fixed to t ...

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Welcome @dannyrus.The good news is, with the new cabinet being bigger than original, you don't have the pesky job of patching/smoothing for a clean f ...

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Nice one @Adam_W! A great project and and informative guide.

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Quick job ticked off the liston the wknd - installing screening with a creeping plant to hide our hot water systems. Nothing fancy, nice and easy - do ...

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Thanks for sharing @MartyH - always a timely reminder to stay safe on the tools. I'd say the grinder is probably the most dangerous given their power ...

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I decided to go for the Igloohome S2 based on some great reviews and a beautiful, sleek aesthetic. Just waiting to receive it in the post. I'll be pai ...

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rovergunn
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I do some playing around with old pallets have made a blanket box ,stand for the bathroom ,Hall way coat hanger, out door BBQ table and seat, Garden w ...

nanwang2016
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Hi there, I am thinking of buiding raised garden bed for my vegie gardens. What kind of wood is the best choice.I live in Perth, WA. It rains a lot ...

Kermit
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These should do the trick @nanwang2016 - https://www.bunnings.com.au/200-x-50mm-2-4m-durable-mixed-hardwood-sleepers_p0120645 You can find plans here ...

AnitaH25
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I made myself a trough party table and needed some benches to go with it. I can't follow plans, all my projects are made up as I go along. This was ...

dannyrus
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@Simon & @ProjectPete - superb, thanks a mill for this! It's all been on hold for a few days so I'll pick this up again on the weekend.One more newbie ...

mattylara027
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Hi @Jason, ended up just replacing the shower head! But not with the original plan of putting a rail in. Here's the finished product.

lowededwoodie
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Just gave my Ozito impact drill and Ozito drill drivers a bit of a go today. I mounted my workbench to the wall because I was getting tired of setting ...

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Hi Sarah (@Sez) Apologies that you haven't yet received a reply from the Workshop community. Let me give you post a bump and tag some of our keen r ...

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ProjectPete
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Love a good freestanding bath @Sez I got this installed in my new place (couldnt find a full size pic on hand) In short - yes, it should be fixed to t ...

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Welcome @dannyrus.The good news is, with the new cabinet being bigger than original, you don't have the pesky job of patching/smoothing for a clean f ...

ProjectPete
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Nice one @Adam_W! A great project and and informative guide.

ProjectPete
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Quick job ticked off the liston the wknd - installing screening with a creeping plant to hide our hot water systems. Nothing fancy, nice and easy - do ...

ProjectPete
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Thanks for sharing @MartyH - always a timely reminder to stay safe on the tools. I'd say the grinder is probably the most dangerous given their power ...

ProjectPete
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I decided to go for the Igloohome S2 based on some great reviews and a beautiful, sleek aesthetic. Just waiting to receive it in the post. I'll be pai ...

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@lowededwoodie I haven't used Ozito before but if you have fairly simple needs, then the entry level tools will be fine. However, if you see your nee ...

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Off the top of my head @SammyE the materials cost around $3,000. I had to import one of the vanities to get the customer's preference - if they had of ...

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