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Dinning Table Legs, Modern Table Legs, Metal Desk Legs, Iron Legs, Steel Dining Table Legs, Table Runners, Loft Style Legs, Handmade Legs For this DIY, I’ll be using the same POWER FOR ALL ALLIANCE battery as above, but a different set of tools. You Will Need: I think this DIY shows how you only need a couple of simple tools and a few leftover materials to get creative with and create something quirky and individual to you. The ease of switching one same battery between tools meant never having to wait for multiple batteries to charge and the ease of switching the battery barely even added to the time it took to create this DIY! I’ve even been able to go a step further and use the same battery to water my plants using collected rainwater!
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I thought it was about time I treated you all to a new and super easy DIY, and today’s project is one I made for our conservatory. We’ve done lots of work in this room over the years, but typically, it’s still unfinished. I wanted to create a little space specifically for growing some herbs and Grant came up with this super simple idea for an easy DIY Triangle Shelf, which I loved! It’s something a bit different to your regular rectangular-type shelves and it’s also space-saving as a triangle shape doesn’t take up quite as much room as a square. It’s also perfect for sitting smaller single items on, such as a plant pot. Anyway, I’m chuffed to bits with this little DIY and I think it’s ‘spiced’ up this corner of the room nicely. If you want to learn how to make these triangle shelves (it’s dead easy!), then keep reading as I’ll be sharing the full DIY as well as an exciting new launch, which I used to power this DIY project! The POWER FOR ALL ALLIANCE Yes – you read that right! I wanted to give this little tool a mention because I thought it was super clever. This is the Bosch Home & Garden GardenPump 18 which you submerge underwater in a water butt (I’m currently using an outdoor sink), attach the POWER FOR ALL battery and you have rainwater flowing through a hose, just like it’s coming out of a tap.First of all, you’ll need to decide how big you want your shelves to be. If you have a specific item in mind for your shelves, I recommend measuring this as a starting point for the size you’ll need. My shelves are 17cm long, by 13.5cm wide, which worked perfectly with the scrap piece of MDF I’m using. I measured up 17cm and marked this onto the MDF and then found the centre point of that (13.5cm) and also marked this up. Using a set square I then drew a line straight from one side to the other along this centre point. The top of this line will become the tip for my triangle, which you can create by joining the tip to your 17cm mark and starting marker point. Well, now they’ve gone a step further and today I can announce that they’ve partnered up with several brands to form an alliance so that the same battery is now compatible across multiple brands! I wasn’t able to incorporate the GLORIA MultiJet 18V tool within my DIY project, but I did have a use for it before starting my project. A little job that’s been needed doing since, oh forever. The slightly unglamorous job of cleaning out the silver recycling bin. I think it’s a really exciting launch and as part of this DIY project, I’ve been sent some Bosch Home & Garden tools to use, as well as the GLORIA MultiJet 18V, all of which are, amongst others, part of the new POWER FOR ALL ALLIANCE, powered by one single battery.
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Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places. If you have any rough edges on your wood or MDF, it’s a good idea to give it a light sand with 120 grit sandpaper before painting. I’m using a primer on my wood first before going on with some leftover pink paint which matches the wall in our conservatory. As boring as this job is, the GLORIA MultiJet 18V tool is actually far more interesting than this job shows. It’s a cleaning tool that allows both gentle and more vigorous cleaning and can be used with various attachments turning it from a spray cleaner into a foam sprayer, or you can even use it to disperse plant protect agents onto your garden. What’s more, it doesn’t even need to be connected to a tap, as you can simply attach a water bottle! I think this is SUCH a great tool and has pretty much sold me on the idea of having a rainwater butt – which I otherwise thought could only be used with watering cans. I love that there’s no electrical installation either – just a simple battery and the press of a switch – and I think this really shows how versatile the POWER FOR ALL battery can be! This project has been supported by Bosch Home and Garden UK, who you’ll know I’ve worked with previously showcasing their “one battery fits all” cordless tool range. Essentially, one battery which fits any of their 40+ DIY and household tools.The full range will include around 70 products by 2021 – simply switch the POWER FOR ALL ALLIANCE battery across any of these tools and away you go. No need for multiple batteries or chargers from each brand, saving you money, time spent charging several batteries, and it’s even space-saving with fewer chargers to store. This would be a huge benefit for us, as I can definitely tell you we have A LOT of different batteries and chargers cluttering up our DIY space.