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@Henno It is a great saw and I picked one up not that long ago when the price tag was only $399 at Bunnings. Not sure why they went up so much so quic ...

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I use Timbermate wood fillers on most of my projects. It is an Australian made and owned product as well.

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@Isobel using Seasol is a good preventative measure for frost. http://www.seasol.com.au/documents/Seasol-for-Frost-Resistance.pdf

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As much as a two year replacement warranty is a good thing you need to be aware that because Ryobi are a Bunnings exclusive product there are no servi ...

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@RenoQueen hit the nail right on the head(pardon the pun). Planning and preparation is key. Renovations always present unknown hurdles but thinking th ...

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@Adriana28 Has the bed been varnished? You would need to sand it back if you are going to use a normal primer. If the varnish is a sound base you can ...

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Certainly not the hardest job to do but as @Jackson said most of this kind on work needs to be done by a licensed plumber. The biggest concern is if y ...

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I saw one of these the other day - a real blast from the past... It made me start to think about some of the things that you'd once find in every hou ...

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I had a very persistent possum who kept removing a particular roof tile to come live in my ceiling space. Said possum was caught and removed elsewher ...

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I agree it's up to the individual and the job to be completed. I have used both corded and cordless tools, both generic cheapies (not mentioning brand ...

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Hi guys, I've got a decent range of tools including both battery and corded models. I'm just chasing people's feedback on which tools they have in whi ...

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I've settled on the fact corded are more powerful and in some ways more convenient. Given I only work at home so don't need to worry about a lack of p ...

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JP_Finlay
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@Henno It is a great saw and I picked one up not that long ago when the price tag was only $399 at Bunnings. Not sure why they went up so much so quic ...

JP_Finlay
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I use Timbermate wood fillers on most of my projects. It is an Australian made and owned product as well.

JP_Finlay
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@Isobel using Seasol is a good preventative measure for frost. http://www.seasol.com.au/documents/Seasol-for-Frost-Resistance.pdf

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@RenoQueen hit the nail right on the head(pardon the pun). Planning and preparation is key. Renovations always present unknown hurdles but thinking th ...

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The Internet because it knows EVERYTHING!!

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Babyproofing the entire house because this little terror will be crawling soon!

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@Daniel as our backyard is technically common land ,due to the strata title, I didn't want to make our deck overly permanent so I used Evo-Crete Handi ...

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