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Noyade
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G'day @fishingfan.I would've thought all plunge routers were capable of being under-table mounted. Those generic tables you see at Bunnings or Aldi ha ...

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"I just want something that is basic and not going to blow out my finances while I learn the basics and may then look at something bigger and better." ...

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Very nice - and practical. Not on the same level but I bought this last year from Bunnings - I think it was around $80. Not sure if they still sell t ...

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I recently painted (by brush) my corrugated iron roof with the colourbond colour - Woodland Grey.The roof and mushroom head of the air-conditioner wer ...

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Hi Rohan. I'd also consider getting rid of the rigid vertical copper pipe by using a flexible hose and adding a tap so you don't have to turn the gas ...

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Found this adjustable pry-bar very useful for removing skirting boards (and many other things) when we were laying floating floor...

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"My problem with Aldi electrical appliances (of any sort- computing, radio, big appliances, small ones) is that I've always had to take things back. I ...

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Browsing Bunnings the other day - and I could well be wrong - but I thought I saw more battery powered chainsaw choices than petrol powered.Sales staf ...

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Meling
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Hello, this is a welding table that I upcycled using scraps in the shed.i used Rio bar, angle iron, tube steel, metal castor wheels, chipboard, tin an ...

Tara86
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My Partner asked me to build a gate for the side of our house. I haven’t done anything like this before so was a bit stumped over where to start. The ...

shayden06
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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

Community Manager Jason
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Fantastic work @shayden06. Many thanks for sharing this project with us. Narrow areas down the side of a house can be tricky to work with, can't the ...

Community Manager Jason
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We did go with the sledgehammer option. The old laundry was behind the kitchen so we trashed the lot to open it up. The laundry is now behind the bifo ...

Community Manager Jason
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Let me tag our resident flooring expert @PJA for you. Hopefully Peter will have some helpful advice. Jason

PJA
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G'day Graeme and Jule,congratulations on getting it right toward the end; and especially for giving it a go.My first question is, does anyone apart fr ...

ProjectPete
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Good job figuring it out @Noyade - it can be finnicky at first. @PJA is right about who will notice it. I'm quite the perfectionist and bang on about ...

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Noyade
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"I just want something that is basic and not going to blow out my finances while I learn the basics and may then look at something bigger and better." ...

Noyade
Junior Contributor

Very nice - and practical. Not on the same level but I bought this last year from Bunnings - I think it was around $80. Not sure if they still sell t ...

Noyade
Junior Contributor

I recently painted (by brush) my corrugated iron roof with the colourbond colour - Woodland Grey.The roof and mushroom head of the air-conditioner wer ...

Noyade
Junior Contributor

Hi Rohan. I'd also consider getting rid of the rigid vertical copper pipe by using a flexible hose and adding a tap so you don't have to turn the gas ...

Noyade
Junior Contributor

Found this adjustable pry-bar very useful for removing skirting boards (and many other things) when we were laying floating floor...

Noyade
Junior Contributor

Browsing Bunnings the other day - and I could well be wrong - but I thought I saw more battery powered chainsaw choices than petrol powered.Sales staf ...

Noyade
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Early post-WWII house/front fence - not a lotta love went into its construction. Probably too much celebration at the time.The front fence was traditi ...

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Amateurs opinion below...Slop a lotta glue on the broken ends.Get the best fit - clamp/cramp together.Weld up a square tube/plate frame that bypass's ...

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