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Thank you @Brad I will pop into bunnings over the weekend and see what I can find. I had also thought of using a mending plate, just wasn't sure of ...

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Saturday

Hi guys @Brad & @MitchellM is that like Araldite 2 part Epoxy Adhesive ? Not sure what you are talking about when you mention foams? Which sound l ...

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Saturday

@ProjectPete I'm mad about timber, so love what you did with this fence.. Awesome. Old gal

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Hello @maknilsin - Wow wee, what is that wet looking stuff in your yard?? It's not MUD is it? I can't remember the last time we had enough rain to ...

Old-gal24
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Friday

Thank you for sharing your pictures James. I was too chicken to totally gut my kitchen and start again. so brave. But doesn't the end result look am ...

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Friday

Thank you @Brad when you say PVA is like aquadhere glue ? I have the exterior one, is that the same? Sorry Brad I thought PVA was stuff kids used ...

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Friday

@rattle Just bear in mind that passion fruit vines are frost tender, so when planting you may have to consider somewhere that is protected from the ...

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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 ...

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September

@rkbakeHow have your thoughts turned on this?Have you done it yet?Those webbing ratchet tie down strips are our friends, you can finesse the amount of ...

Mathy
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September

Hey @rkbake - it’s a lovely looking table - it loooks like the top has been constructed from 3 wide pieces that haven’t been “glued and dowelled”. Bit ...

darylhewston
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December 2016

@MartyH@HelenYes these are absolutely fantastic. Unfortunately making them is extremely dangerous. To get the patterns you will need anything up to ...

Brad
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Saturday

That is one brand I prefer the Titebond ones as they make a Melamine as well as a waterproof one.

PeterZ
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a month ago

Merry Christmas  to all. I am first timer .. keen to learn .. really just started enjoying little projects in our garden. Very keen to plan a corner ...

ProjectPete
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Unsurprisingly, I'm not a fan of colourbond fencing, and particularly not the cream colour the estate decided to go with.Again unsurprisingly, given m ...

Brad
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October

Can also use the high tech alternative to cardboard.Trim Guide

mel0567
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October

Hi, I am a newbie and looking at doing the same on my existing cream colourbond fence. Just wondering, if you were using a spray gun how do you stop t ...

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Old-gal24
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Friday

@rattle Just bear in mind that passion fruit vines are frost tender, so when planting you may have to consider somewhere that is protected from the ...

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 ...

Old-gal24
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Thursday

I know this is a very old post. But did you ever get your Orchids issues sorted? When I started learning and researching about Phalaenopsis Orchids, ...

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Thursday

Thank you @Wayne for sharing this with us. I've been trying to make one out of melamine and not happy with the way it's going, or looking. So think ...

Old-gal24
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Tuesday

Thank you for your reply @Grub80 much appreciated. Old Gal

Old-gal24
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2 weeks ago

Hello @Jay2020 - I have seen a great many folk in my area DUBBO NSW, (where it gets super hot, dry and very windy), put Shade cloth stretched betwe ...

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2 weeks ago

Hi @ProjectPete I know this is an old project but I love the fact that you have shared with us on workshop the major steps involved in completing you ...

Old-gal24
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2 weeks ago

Thank you @Jason I would appreciate any advice on this subject I can get. Old Gal

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