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  • Cristi Hamilton

    Homemade Tool Storage Ideas | Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools

  • S. Wesley Brown

    Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools with foam insulation

  • Brittany Phillips

    Garage tool storage: foam insulation

  • Tsu Nimh

    Several good tool storage ideas, including the "pointy-tool pincushion" shown here.

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Organize your garage and cut the clutter with this garage storage system that you can easily customize to fit any space and can hold almost anything. You can quickly move hooks, shelves and bins around to for the most efficient arrangement. The entire system is inexpensive and easy to build. You only need two power tools—a circular saw and a drill. Learn how you can build it this weekend at www.familyhandyma...

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Store router bits, drill bits, screwdrivers, awls, pencils in a chunk of 1-1/2-in.-thick rigid foam insulation. glue the foam to 1/2- in. plywood sized an inch wider than the foam. Then press the foam into place and let it dry for a few hours.

Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools Try this quick, simple solution to workbench clutterOrganize and store all those small shop tools and accessories that clutter your workbench in a chunk of foam insulation. It'll hold drill bits, router bits, screwdriver bits and a host of other little things and keep them close at hand.