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MitchellM
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2 hours ago

@Baggs Awesome! I'm in the process of setting up a small workspace myself, will be pinching some of these ideas. Cheers!

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2 hours ago

@danij Welcome to the workshop community! Thanks for providing some pictures. I'll kick the conversation off by asking, in such a tight space would yo ...

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6 hours ago

@caz247 I presume you want to sand back the filler than has been used on the screws?Bunnings offers deck Sanders for hire, but I would not be using an ...

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8 hours ago

@caz247 please take a close-up of the decking showing the grain and how smooth it is.New decking mostly comes finished and smooth, not needing sanding ...

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8 hours ago

@Old-gal24 as Brad suggested one looks a little bowed up so will require pulling it back down and in when glueing. A mending bracket might assist to s ...

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9 hours ago

@meejah would be great to see some pics of the setup and the progression if you get a chance.

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@Mikeyhz I'll preface my answer by saying this too is where my budget lies, if anything I generally can only afford Ozito products. I have found most ...

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@PDM you are best to consult a professional when dealing with asbestos.As per government websites on asbestos sheeting, their advice is to remove it.I ...

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Baggs
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Hello everyone.I got a cupboard for my shed that i wanted to store my power tools. in to keep them clean and out the way and eyes of my little ones.I ...

danij
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Hi All, we have a very small laundry that needs to be changed. At the moment its hard to even fit in it to do the laundry. The useable area is really ...

caz247
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4 hours ago

Thank you MitchellM for all of these tips. I'll need to sand back the filler and I agree that it likely needs only a light sanding. I'm not sure thou ...

caz247
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7 hours ago

Here are two photos of the new deck. The second is an attempted close-up of the jarrah wood to show surface. It is new timber. It is quite smooth a ...

caz247
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Hi, I'm a newbie to this site and to reno projects. We've just had a new verandah put in and need to finish and protect it. It is jarrah wood. From ...

Brad
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10 hours ago

One side looks fairly easy, the other end looks to have bowed up as well so not sure how flat it would be clamped across the grain. PVA glue would be ...

Old-gal24
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I have a small coffee table that has developed a split in the timber top at both ends. I had planned to just glue and clamp, but now wondering if tha ...

meejah
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10 hours ago

Ten days ago I planted out a VegTrug acquired as a special order through Bunnings Kings Meadows and a few other garden beds with herbs, greens and veg ...

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MitchellM
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8 hours ago

@Old-gal24 as Brad suggested one looks a little bowed up so will require pulling it back down and in when glueing. A mending bracket might assist to s ...

MitchellM
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yesterday

@Mikeyhz I'll preface my answer by saying this too is where my budget lies, if anything I generally can only afford Ozito products. I have found most ...

MitchellM
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yesterday

@PDM you are best to consult a professional when dealing with asbestos.As per government websites on asbestos sheeting, their advice is to remove it.I ...

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Wednesday

@Mikeyhz yes it is a decent saw for home DIY type projects. There are many other precision saws on the market, but if that is where your budget is I t ...

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Wednesday

@amelia bit hard to tell from the pictures, but I'll assume that is MDF. Unusual choice around a wet area, as it is not compatible with moisture at al ...

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Tuesday

@Corey_Olivia Welcome to the Workshop community, I'm sure you'll get a tonne of advice from our helpful members.Any budget we are working towards here ...

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Tuesday

@Anita-S You need to spray when you first notice them, you won't have a great deal of success once they have matured. Another great way to combat bron ...

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Tuesday

@Brad I never had any real issues with ladders and certainly no fear of heights. However last year whilst hanging Christmas lights, using a aluminium ...

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