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Just bear in mind that you will need it to fit between the pot feet so it is easy to remove and empty when necessary rather than having to lift the pot each time.
 
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no - it can just evaporate! lol I don't want to lift these mofos ever again if I Can avoid it lol
 

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Or overflow......
 
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Added the final touch to the pots tonight after a visit to Bunnings. Nothing major but just finishes the look... :)



Decided not to worry about drip trays. Will just hose clean under the pots the day after watering them. :)
 

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Just looking at that pic, do those nails sit proud of the timber ?

Might need a bit of hammer love.
 
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They do and they do. :D Not a big deal. Got to re-stain the deck on the first 30+ weekend. It's on the list. ;-)
 

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I'll take some photos today..

go easy on me ffs..

in the mean time.. any idea on how to get rid of that hardened crusted mouldy crap from the polycarbonate roofing sheet stuff on the top of patios?

can't really use a gerni, as my neighbours yard is extremely close - and we DONT get along
 

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Few pics of a little reno project i did about a year ago.

Basic idea was to create more usable space while getting rid of the Pergola/Carport that wasnt usable due to its height. The Pergola was so low that i had to duck to get underneath it, while the Landcruiser wouldnt fit under the carport.




So ripped out the Pergola/Carport and the brick pavers that were laid down.


Then had to move out the "front" and get rid of the tree's/bushes that were in a garden bed next to where the carport was







Then i had to remove all the dirt, luckily my FIL wanted "some" dirt. So he received all of it.

Hired a BobCat, because shovels are for noobs.





Also used it to push back the retaining wall inside the fence



End product



And with new retaining wall in



Then knocked down the brick wall and started turf prep



Turf in



Fence up



Job Done

 
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That's an awesome job Sab! Kudos! Looks SOOOOOO much better than it was. And usable too. :D
 
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