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Thanks Jason, I’m using one to hold fruit in our kitchen as it’s got a food grade oil on it. Not sure on the other yet only really needed one but had ...

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Had some left over decking that I made into some small boxes. Attached to some reo on our garage wall which receives a nice amount of morning sun. Pl ...

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Hi @Scottyw I'd suggest building one for sure.Do you have any preference as to the look and materials you are after? Also what size.I have a variety t ...

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As the extension moves on I used some of the old hardwood framing and some nicely greyed Jarrah decking I had here to make a plant holder. This has be ...

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Tara86
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@kaylah_rose It’s amazing the ideas out there!! I just made an outdoor planter bed for my partner out of pallets. Lucky to have left over 6ft pallets ...

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Hi @donna.I use old fruit picking bins for my garden beds. Put casters on the bottom and they become mobile too.

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Hi EveryoneMy name is Marty York. I am an education assistant in a school for disengaged and at-risk youth. I am also a DIY enthusiast like all of you ...

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Hi @Scottyw I'd suggest building one for sure.Do you have any preference as to the look and materials you are after? Also what size.I have a variety t ...

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Good answer @Marg19, you beat me to it. I was looking at laying vinyl planks in an extension rennovation I'm currently undertaking. At the end I was p ...

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Thanks Daniel,If it's not on a concrete base I'd be concreting in stumps for the subframe. Also as you mentioned it's a large area you may need to loo ...

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Hi Daniel,I think your starting point would be to determine how solid the current base is. Are the pavers currently laid on a concrete base?

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