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    Being an Auto Tech, I use these things everyday. It took a while for the bulb to light up on using them in my headboard cubby to organize my shavers! It works well as it was full before I started with the razors lying flat. More razors will now be required!
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    Friggin BA!!! That is one great idea.. Major collection there too. I like it!!!!!!

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    Great repurpose! If I didn't have rolls and boxes I would definitely consider that.

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    great!
    A very clever use of those wrench organizers
    Looks really cool as well!
    Thanks for sharing
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    Um, all of them, any of them that have been in front of me over all these years....


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    Well it looks to me like in the past you have been using your razor rack for your wrenches lol. Looks nice might head up to harbor freight to look for one.

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    Thanks Dan! Actually they were bought new from the Snap-On truck! They have adhesive stuff on the bottom, although I did not peel it off. Just set them in there. They come about twice that long! You just cut to fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Thanks Dan! Actually they were bought new from the Snap-On truck! They have adhesive stuff on the bottom, although I did not peel it off. Just set them in there. They come about twice that long! You just cut to fit.
    I've got a set of those, still in the plastic, in my box at work. Those are coming home with me, for sure!

    Seriously nice collection you've got there, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Being an Auto Tech, I use these things everyday. It took a while for the bulb to light up on using them in my headboard cubby to organize my shavers! It works well as it was full before I started with the razors lying flat. More razors will now be required!
    EXCELLENT!!!

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    I sympathise with your problem. Your new razor storage method has too many gaps. The cause of this problem is easily rectified. You just need to buy more razors.

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    No worries! I have discovered that you might need to take a big round file/sandpaper to the spaces involving bigger razors. Sheffields and such. Easily done! Also, a few empty spaces are desirable as you can move the rotation down the line by a space. Important to figure out before pulling the liner and smacking them down!
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