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Joey Tiles 09-26-2020 05:44 AM

Tool Storage
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I picked this bucket up yesterday for $20 I am kinda liking it. What do you guys use to store tools and carry them to a job?

CaliGrown 09-26-2020 06:31 AM

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Similar to you, I use these black & yellow storage tubs. Separated by trade & tool type.Tile has two, one with misc. trowels and part time stuff, then my daily with all my heavy use and general items for everyday prepping & tiling. I Also use buckets for sets of tools, (pan liner kit: Dam Corners, X15 Glue, NobleSealant, Staplers Manual & Pneumatic, Peel n’ Stick, Staples & Roofing Nails, Caulking Gun).

cx 09-26-2020 08:25 AM

Joseph, if you'll enter truck into the Advanced Search feature and ask for Titles you'll find lots of discussion of trucks and trailers for hauling tools and equipment to job sites. Here's one of the longer ones.

jerrymlr1 09-26-2020 09:51 AM

Chris has is nailed. How can you not use a bucket covered in hard mortar to load up on tools? Looks like a grinder scar at 3 o'clock. Nice touch. :)

Lazarus 09-26-2020 05:39 PM

Don't have a pic, but I have a "bucket buddy" that is a canvas fitting that goes into a 5 gallon bucket with pockets to hold all kinds of crap. Having said that, I haven't used it in years and, here in Texas, the tools tend to rust because of the humidity. I generally load my tools into a couple of buckets, depending on the scope of the job.....:bonk:

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