Woodshop Storage - Small Hardware Storage
by Luis Vergara
(Brooksville, Fl 34602)
Nail or screw jar lids to a overhead wood joists, screw side down, place your screws or other small items into the glass jar that belongs to the lid.
Then simply screw the jar into the cap, since the jar is made out of glass and is transparent all you have to do is glance at the jar and you know if its contains the items you want. Saves tons of time when looking for screws or nails.
I use salsa jars because they are wide and short so are ideal for removing its content. I have a 1X2 attached to the joists and several jars lids attached to the 1x2 and the jars screwed into the lids.
Luis Vergara, Brooksville, Fl.
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