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Old-gal24
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@gippslandhome I found this article the other day and thought of you and your article on children, laws and using power tools. I would be interested ...

Old-gal24
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@Cassy5 You sound like me around 10 - 15 years ago. Always had the hubby to do the shed and outside work. Ummm then I find myself, flying solo and ...

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@ProjectPete I think deep down I thought that would be the way I have to go. The more costly side of the door situation is a matching door to side s ...

Old-gal24
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Yes my daughter and I purchased a real lemon, so have been trying hard to make lemonade. As my dearest pop told me a jobs worth doing, so do it well o ...

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Thank you @ProjectPete for getting back with your approx costing. This is a project I have to tackle in the very near future. My problem is that the p ...

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The top layer of timber is splitting of my front door which is very weathered at the bottom of the door. I have asked a few places here and I get muc ...

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@Kiwifr33 Great use of the top section of a Hutch. Have though of doing the same, but just don't know where I would put mine. Shed organisations co ...

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Just love your plan @Kiwifr33 - I have a book that I used for all of my projects so it easier to find than scraps of paper. And good to look back on ...

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ProjectPete
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August

My thoughts, for what it's worth... I'm not aware of any laws and I have no concerns about the age of a child on the tools provided they're with an ...

gippslandhome
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August

@Arcc Bunnings is my heavenly place. Timber and tools everywhere. I think I just discovered a second heaven 藍藍 Mate what an awesome display of tale ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

Sorry to say what you don't want to hear @Old-gal24 but IMO your best option is to replace the door. That veneer will peel off, likely damaging the so ...

Brad
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3 weeks ago

If you want blade storage.carbatec-saw-blade-holder-suit-10-and-12-inch-bladesI should get one for the beast but they didn't think to add any storage ...

ProjectPete
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a week ago

No worries @Old-gal24 It'll be great to see how yours turns out. I did this on a budget to sell it quickly but still did the correct prep and finis ...

ProjectPete
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September

Thanks @Ezmae! The cost of materials for the kitchen came in just under $1k and it was all purchased from Bunnings. Benches are 3x laminated project ...

Community Manager Jason
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October 2018

Thanks again for sharing this @ProjectPete. It’s generating a lot of interest today on Instagram. Jason

Ang_flange
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October 2018

That looks fantastic @ProjectPete. My husband and I had just been discussing using the Bunnings project panels when we renovate our kitchen. Were they ...

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Old-gal24
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a week ago

@gippslandhome I found this article the other day and thought of you and your article on children, laws and using power tools. I would be interested ...

Old-gal24
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2 replies
a week ago

@ProjectPete I think deep down I thought that would be the way I have to go. The more costly side of the door situation is a matching door to side s ...

Old-gal24
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2 replies
a week ago

Thank you @ProjectPete for getting back with your approx costing. This is a project I have to tackle in the very near future. My problem is that the p ...

Old-gal24
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The top layer of timber is splitting of my front door which is very weathered at the bottom of the door. I have asked a few places here and I get muc ...

Old-gal24
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a week ago

Not a worry @Arcc . I've been working on other projects in the garden and house. Have far too many jobs on the go at the same time. I'm a shocker f ...

Old-gal24
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@MitchellM I can totally understand the downsize issue with sheds/workshop areas. I did much the same and how just added a she-shed on the back of ...

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August

@Tara86 Oh gosh I love this gate and side area. I have been trying to find a gate, second-hand to go across and area my naughty Dashie keeps getti ...

Old-gal24
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August

@Tara86 Have to say love the work you have been doing on shed storage. Would also like to see how you went about your lockable castor wheels, as thi ...

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