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Old 06-11-2017, 09:24 AM   #21
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If you're doing it like that, why not just use an organizer (or many organizers)? They take up less space and are stackable.


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Just personal preference. For some reason, I don't like those things. With the jars, I can take in exactly what I need. They're made of Lexan and almost indestructible.
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Old 06-11-2017, 09:25 AM   #22
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Jars are nice for storing larger quantities but the organizer is much more handy for working out of.
Yup, and the organizers like I posted have separate removable cups so you can still take just one type of material with you if you want like he could with jars.

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Just personal preference. For some reason, I don't like those things. With the jars, I can take in exactly what I need. They're made of Lexan and almost indestructible.
I hear ya. I'm not going to call you silly for not liking my way.
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Old 06-11-2017, 09:28 AM   #23
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Yup, and the organizers like I posted have separate removable cups so you can still take just one type of material with you if you want like he could with jars.

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I hear ya. I'm not going to call you silly for not liking my way.
I've taken two of the little cups and put them in my bolt bag which is really handy.
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I've taken two of the little cups and put them in my bolt bag which is really handy.
They're actually food storage containers. I'm thinking the 16 oz. size would hold two donuts quite nicely .
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They're actually food storage containers. I'm thinking the 16 oz. size would hold two donuts quite nicely .
Was that for me or for Majewski or as he is known in someplaces Mr Donut?
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for rough ins I general carry a carhartt pouch with my Milwaukee strippers, a multi screwdriver, hammer, wire nuts and staples. And I generally just stick my linemans in my back pocket.

If Im doing a remodel, then Ill probably have my T+pro stuck in my other back pocket.
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