Never Lose Your Hardware Again
Where do you put the hardware before you start painting your project? If you are like us, it often ends up on the nearest flat surface or in the case of last week in the home shop, just inside the plastic sleeve of the sanding pads!
And because we are constantly painting custom pieces at the store we put hardware in a paper bag and label it. All is well and good until you get 5 of us working different shifts and the bag gets moved/shuffled/covered. I know in the shop there is always the danger of knocking the latest hardware ‘vessel’ over or even forgetting what and where it is.
More specifically, it is called a Pitbull TAIT50 Vinyl-Coated Magnetic Tray.
Brilliant! A coated surface, magnet, voila! Better yet, attach it somewhere so it will always be in the same place (especially when multiple people share the space!)
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