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    JimDaddyO
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    Wawa, ON

    I have a 50 lb box of deck screws that stays in it’s original box. I usually buy larger blister packs and just keep them in there. I also have one of them little plastic drawer units for odd ball ones, and I also have a couple of little plastic trays that is kind of a “to sort” pile. I always go to the last one first.

    I am thinking of dedicating a drawer to fasteners when I build the bank of them, and using dollar store plastic containers to sort them.

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    #409453
    Doobie
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    I like the plastic square nuts containers from Costco for some stuff. More space efficient than round containers.

    #409480
    jim_hunt17
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    Milwaukee, WI

    I recently bought two of the milwaukee storage boxes. My L-boxx with the bins was rather full and I need more storage so I bought these. Havent used them much but so far I am happy with them. I love that opening them up when clicked together is possible and easy.

    Jim H.
    Milwaukee, WI

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    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I love that opening them up when clicked together is possible and easy.

    When my boxxes are fullish they are heavy. I would not carry 2 clipped together. Nor would I work out of a boxx with that much weight sitting on top of it.

    #436075

    Plastic peanut butter jars are awesome. A few different sizes of jars with different sizes and types for each faster. The jars wear out at about the same rate I eat peanut butter, so it’s perfect.

    #436136
    Calidecks64
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    Anaheim Hills, Cali

    I like festool systainers. Here’s mine

    #436140
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    well organized Cali. i take a picture of mine tmw.
    i bought some HDX container last year for $5.
    they have to hold up until i get my lboxx drawers

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    #436181
    Calidecks64
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    Anaheim Hills, Cali

    I will say after leaving my sys out in the sun the plastic inserts curled on the edges.

    #436205
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    I will say after leaving my sys out in the sun the plastic inserts curled on the edges.

    thats how SoCal is 😛
    i throw a towel on my GCM12SD during the summer when i take a break or dont use it for a period of time. just gets to hot that i cant touch it.
    and i dont think that the extreme sun is good for the plastic/saw

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    #436212
    Calidecks64
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    Anaheim Hills, Cali

    You got that right. The sun is our biggest culprit.

    #436223
    r-ice
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    Durham region, ON

    I will say after leaving my sys out in the sun the plastic inserts curled on the edges.

    from the picture it didn’t look curled. I thought these plastic things were built to withstand some sort of heat as loads of people work outdoors.

    #436283
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    from the picture it didn’t look curled. I thought these plastic things were built to withstand some sort of heat as loads of people work outdoors.

    You would think but I know how hot the direct sun can get. It will burn stuff up for sure.

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    Fayetteville, NC

    #436296
    TimelessQuality
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    Central America, (Kansas)

    Those Milwaukees look a lot like t-stacks

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    #436323
    smallerstick
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    North Bay, ON

    Plastic peanut butter jars are awesome. A few different sizes of jars with different sizes and types for each faster. The jars wear out at about the same rate I eat peanut butter, so it’s perfect.

    I vote for the peanut butter jars, too. Mayo jars are ok in a pinch but the lids are smaller so they’re not as user friendly.

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    #436353
    yellaD
    Pro

    I like what Ron Paulk uses…those squeezable tubes, I foret what they’re called and I’ve never seen them in Canada. I wonder if you can make one out of old tennis ball cannisters…

    #436626

    Plastic peanut butter jars are awesome. A few different sizes of jars with different sizes and types for each faster. The jars wear out at about the same rate I eat peanut butter, so it’s perfect.

    I vote for the peanut butter jars, too. Mayo jars are ok in a pinch but the lids are smaller so they’re not as user friendly.

    I used to, now the price of PB is crazy high. Have some that work well, others that aren’t worth it because I don’t carry that many to fill up or screws/tap cons, what ever are smaller and there is to much wasted space

    #436635
    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    Plastic peanut butter jars are awesome. A few different sizes of jars with different sizes and types for each faster. The jars wear out at about the same rate I eat peanut butter, so it’s perfect.

    I vote for the peanut butter jars, too. Mayo jars are ok in a pinch but the lids are smaller so they’re not as user friendly.

    I also use old vanilla cappuccino cans.
    Every time I open it to use a screw it smells like cappuccino

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    #436639

    Plastic peanut butter jars are awesome. A few different sizes of jars with different sizes and types for each faster. The jars wear out at about the same rate I eat peanut butter, so it’s perfect.

    I vote for the peanut butter jars, too. Mayo jars are ok in a pinch but the lids are smaller so they’re not as user friendly.

    I also use old vanilla cappuccino cans.
    Every time I open it to use a screw it smells like cappuccino

    Hmm, never thought about it, but don’t find this surprising

    #437268
    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    Those Milwaukees look a lot like t-stacks

    I like that, and these are the ones that can fit on rails on that dewalt cart right?

    #437282
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    For my garage I like the stackable bins. They seem to work best for me and come in a variety of sizes.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

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