Milk Crates - the overlooked tool

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Bill Edmundson
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Milk Crates - the overlooked tool

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They hold tools, sandpaper, paint brushes. paint and resin buckets, and anything. they can be a seat when working down low or a step when you need to reach something. I need to go buy about five more!

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Note that they also hold a propane bottle perfectly to keep the propane bottle from tipping when in truck to get filled. Or, while camping and you have a gas bar and lantern on it.

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While one can serve as a handy footstool, don't try and substitute 5 of them for a ladder!! :? :?
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Bill Edmundson wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 10:04 am
They hold tools, sandpaper, paint brushes. paint and resin buckets, and anything. they can be a seat when working down low or a step when you need to reach something. I need to go buy about five more!

Bill
Buy them?
I thought everybody stole them ??
At least the ones I see for 'sale' are thin lightweight, and you wouldn't stand on it.
Oak is over rated, everything about it takes extra time; then it warps, splits or checks !!! :roll:

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