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Yeah absolutely keen to know more. Did you start with a standard shed? How big is it @petrolhead? Got anything else planned?

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@Linney Is your question whether you should use timber-look lino tiles or real timber floorboards? It probably comes down to personal choice. It woul ...

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Yeah, nah, the fibreglass couldn't be cut down @MJ76. They have a lip around the top that you wouldn't want to lose, are incredibly tough (with steel ...

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Forgive what is potentially a stupid question @ProjectPete, but why would you sand new plasterboard anyway? I thought you'd just need to undercoat and ...

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@rachelfoley, Plasterboard is relatively cheap. Eg https://www.bunnings.com.au/gyprock-csr-3000-x-1350mm-10mm-4-05sqm-wall-plasterboard-re_p0730134 Ha ...

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@MBA993 There's some great inspiration in this post from @mandy111s111 - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garage-and-Shed/Summer-vege-patch-project/td-p ...

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Do you think they are native paper wasps @Goldmember? https://australianmuseum.net.au/learn/animals/insects/paper-wasps/ Beneficial to the garden but ...

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Awesome. Love the bamboo benchtop.

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Joker
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If you get started now you could be warming yourself on this come winter time!

petrolhead
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Bali hut and pond in the garden

petrolhead
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He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

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amylee83
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Who else has a problem with their 4 legged friend playing with their bowl outside?? Our darling Mia thinks it's great fun to tip her water and food bo ...

JustJim
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I was trying to sort out the layout for another tool mount for my tool wall but I didn't have enough flat space to lay out all the things I was trying ...

DesRigby
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We are thrilled with our new BBQ Workbench. It was a simple project for my partner Carol. It was assembled using Racking and a beautiful Bamboo Timber ...

Noah
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So this was mine before Christmas project for my little cousin! A super simple and affordable build which came around $60-70. The proje ...

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MartyH
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Yeah, nah, the fibreglass couldn't be cut down @MJ76. They have a lip around the top that you wouldn't want to lose, are incredibly tough (with steel ...

MartyH
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@rachelfoley, Plasterboard is relatively cheap. Eg https://www.bunnings.com.au/gyprock-csr-3000-x-1350mm-10mm-4-05sqm-wall-plasterboard-re_p0730134 Ha ...

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@MBA993 There's some great inspiration in this post from @mandy111s111 - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garage-and-Shed/Summer-vege-patch-project/td-p ...

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Do you think they are native paper wasps @Goldmember? https://australianmuseum.net.au/learn/animals/insects/paper-wasps/ Beneficial to the garden but ...

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Have you got a pressure washer @Jonathanr? I'd try that first so you avoid getting any nasties on your plants. If not, bleach might be another option.

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Probably heaps of Aussies doing this at the moment!

MartyH
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@Rolando posted a good one here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor/New-letterbox-project/m-p/21038#M3044 Is that what you're after @maddy?

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Great job @ProjectPete. Tough decision on the bath but personally I would have removed it. It's just dangerous and impractical to step in and out of a ...

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