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Tubular Storage

Here’s my solution for storing skinny
things like wood trim and edge banding.
I bought a 12-in.-dia. by 8-ft.-long
cardboard concrete form at a home
center for about $14. I slid plywood
dividers into the tube and added a few
screws to hold the dividers in place. I
hung it from the ceiling in my basement
with plumber’s strap. Get
plumber’s strap at a home center for
about $2 for a 10-ft. roll. It took one roll
to hang my storage tube.

This story originally appeared in American Woodworker July 2003, issue #101.



July 2003, issue #101


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