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woodenwookie
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Tuesday

Thanks for that. I did know about the transformer thing but I have to say I’m not sure they actually have any, at least what I’ve seen. The bulbs them ...

woodenwookie
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Monday

I well recommend them. Try a deal that gives you everything like dad’s setup. This gives you a lot of flexibility. I’ve seen them here in NZ on TradeM ...

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A few years ago when I started getting into woodworking my dad perpetually loaned me his Triton 2000 series Workcentre. This is a great unit and I mad ...

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If you don't want to plant in the ground then just plant in a larger pot. Also, something that many people don't think about is the need for some plan ...

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I did a little trick on our one but it's not for every one. First it took about two years for ours to start to produce so don't fret too much. That be ...

woodenwookie
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I have a plan that I found in a magazine I got from the Hospice Shop. I’ll scan it and send a copy once I get my scanner running. I like these plans b ...

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It’s hard to tell what’s there from the angle of the picture. Gib is short for Gibraltar Board and is also called plasterboard and I believe America l ...

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Looking at those pictures I doubt there’s asbestos there. It looks like old gib not done properly and therefore will be pretty safe.

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Mick0s
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October 2016

I think I've posted about my arcade machine build before, which is a damn close second. But the best thing probably goes to its close relative, the ...

hermes
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a month ago

        Hi Brains Trust,Demolition for the bathroom was very complex. As predicted by a fellow forum member, they expertly pointed out that the shower ...

Isobel
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May 2016

If you can get your hands on some pallets you can use them for some great storage options. Here's some ideas:

ProjectPete
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November

I don't believe the work (during and once complete) will be insured either without a permit. Really caution against cutting corners on this one.

MartyH
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November

TBH I would just replace the door knobs...

ProjectPete
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I pride myself on the quality of my work, always. My business slogan is "We treat your home like it's our own." It infuriates me when I come across ...

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woodenwookie
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Tuesday

Thanks for that. I did know about the transformer thing but I have to say I’m not sure they actually have any, at least what I’ve seen. The bulbs them ...

woodenwookie
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Monday

I well recommend them. Try a deal that gives you everything like dad’s setup. This gives you a lot of flexibility. I’ve seen them here in NZ on TradeM ...

woodenwookie
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2 replies

A few years ago when I started getting into woodworking my dad perpetually loaned me his Triton 2000 series Workcentre. This is a great unit and I mad ...

woodenwookie
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1 reply
a month ago

If you don't want to plant in the ground then just plant in a larger pot. Also, something that many people don't think about is the need for some plan ...

woodenwookie
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6 replies
a month ago

I did a little trick on our one but it's not for every one. First it took about two years for ours to start to produce so don't fret too much. That be ...

woodenwookie
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a month ago

It’s hard to tell what’s there from the angle of the picture. Gib is short for Gibraltar Board and is also called plasterboard and I believe America l ...

woodenwookie
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4 replies
a month ago

Looking at those pictures I doubt there’s asbestos there. It looks like old gib not done properly and therefore will be pretty safe.

woodenwookie
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a month ago

Assuming you own your home I would reroute the plumbing outside by sending the pipe through the wall then using a downpipe go into a large water tank. ...

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