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    • Brooke Atchley

      what a cool idea! Might have to do for my office.

    • Kathryn Brown

      C Clamp Bookends -- great idea.

    • Jiggly Puff

      Tool Clamp Bookends -- great idea to keep all the auto books organized in the garage.

    • Lisa Carroll

      Bookshelves in study or my office at work!

    • Erin Lowrey

      fun bookends for a teen boys room Tool Clamp Bookends -- great idea. Great industrial look.

    • Sue Hockert

      Tool Clamp Bookends -- great idea for the man cave motorcycle manuals

    • Sokol

      Repurposed C CLAMP BOOKCASE shelf, Basement, office, garage décor idea

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