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My workshop shelf bins have really helped organize my workshop saving time and saving money.

Workshop shelf bins organize workshop

Shelf with bins in workshopThese bins might look a little messy, unfortunately right now so does my workshop, but nothing helps organize small parts better.  These bins are great.  Mine are 6 feet tall with about 13 shelves.  When I need something for a project, I usually have it somewhere in these bins.  What a great small part and supplies organizer.  Each cardboard bin you see can have up to 4 small fold up cardboard bins inside.  Great for various size screws, nuts, bolts, washers, etc.  Batteries, any small item you need sorted and stored.  You can see most of your materials with a quick glance.  One set of these style shelves with bins is worth the money!

When I had to relocate to the Endless Mountains two years ago this unit worked out great.  I could stack each bin inside a cardboard box and stack them on top of one another.  About 8 to 10 small boxes and all my hardware was packed up, what a time saver!  Nowadays for some reason plastic bins are more popular, I still like the cardboard, but it is tough to come by.  This is the number one organizer in my workshop.

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Hope this helped,
Bob

 

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