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Portable Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox Case

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What are you viewing is Portable Durable Iron Plastic Tool Storage Box! This rugged Tool Storage Box is made for everyday use. This Tool Storage Box also makes a great accessory for trucks, suvs, jeeps and more. This Tool Storage Box is with dur...
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Specifications:


  • Offers security for your expensive tools and supplies
  • Durable construction of this Tool Storage Box for improved strength, security and safety
  • Extra large capacity Tool Storage Box
  • Unique design of this Tool Storage Box can be padlocked for security
  • Full weather stripping resist moisture and dust
  • The Tool Storage Box is ideal for garages, workshops, outbuildings, revs, and trailers
  • This Storage Tool Box also makes a great accessory for trucks, Jeeps and more
  • Durable materials of this Large Storage Tool Box can be used for a long time
  • Material: Engineering Plastic
  • Outside Size: 320 x 170 x 125mm/12.6 x 6.7 x 5in(L x W x H)
  • Inside Size: 280 x 125 x 100mm/11 x 5 x 4in(Inside)(Interlayer included)

Details:

Portable Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox Case


  • Full handle of the tool box

Portable Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox Case


  • The tool box chest is ideal for garages, workshops, outbuildings and trailers

Tool Storage Options:


  • Your basic tool storage options are a tool shed or part of your garage and a tool box or chest. The type of storage you should use depends on what tools you are storing. If all you have is a screwdriver set, a hammer and a some ratchets, a tool shed is unnecessary.
  • Use a tool shed to store large tools, such as power tools and carpentry tools. Inside the shed, you might want to save a little space for a tool box or two. In the tool box, you can store all of your commonly used tools, such as screwdrivers, hammers, levels and tape measures. If you use a shed, organize your large tools so they are easy to find. Keep yard tools, such as rakes, shovels and lawnmowers, in the same area. Power tools such as saws and sanders should be kept together. Store the tool box in an area that can be easily accessed (so if you have a small project, you can simply grab the tool box and go).
  • If you do not have a lot of large tools, you probably will need only a tool box or two. These can be stored in the basement, the garage or a closet. A basic tool box has a small shelf that can be removed and a large, empty area beneath it. The downside to basic tool boxes is that the tools get tossed into the box and you might still have to rummage through it to find the right tool. If you want to keep your tools better organized, try a tool chest. Tool chests are about the size of a small cabinet. They have multiple drawers that open, and you can put various tools in each drawer. For instance, one drawer could contain your screwdrivers while another can hold your ratchets.
  • You can find these tool storage options at your local hardware store or on the Internet. The key to any storage option is to make sure it is the right fit to help you keep all of your tools readily available for use.

Portable Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox CaseTool Storage Options:


  • Your basic tool storage options are a tool shed or part of your garage and a tool box or chest. The type of storage you should use depends on what tools you are storing. If all you have is a screwdriver set, a hammer and a some ratchets, a tool shed is unnecessary
  • Use a tool shed to store large tools, such as power tools and carpentry tools. Inside the shed, you might want to save a little space for a tool box or two. In the tool box, you can store all of your commonly used tools, such as screwdrivers, hammers, levels and tape measures. If you use a shed, organize your large tools so they are easy to find. Keep yard tools, such as rakes, shovels and lawnmowers, in the same area. Power tools such as saws and sanders should be kept together. Store the tool box in an area that can be easily accessed (so if you have a small project, you can simply grab the tool box and go)
  • If you do not have a lot of large tools, you probably will need only a tool box or two. These can be stored in the basement, the garage or a closet. A basic tool box has a small shelf that can be removed and a large, empty area beneath it. The downside to basic tool boxes is that the tools get tossed into the box and you might still have to rummage through it to find the right tool. If you want to keep your tools better organized, try a tool chest. Tool chests are about the size of a small cabinet. They have multiple drawers that open, and you can put various tools in each drawer. For instance, one drawer could contain your screwdrivers while another can hold your ratchets
  • You can find these tool storage options at your local hardware store or on the Internet. The key to any storage option is to make sure it is the right fit to help you keep all of your tools readily available for use

Portable Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox CaseHow to Use Tool Boxes Inside Your Home


Tool boxes are usually found in peoples garages or sheds, but they are very useful for more than just tools. Read on to discover some new uses for tool boxes


  • Select a tool box that appeals to you. Tool boxes, or tool chests, come in a variety of colors, from wooden tool boxes, to metal ones. They come in stainless steel, red, black and cobalt blue. There may be other colors out there, but these I have seen
  • A large chest tool box is very handy in the kitchen. If you're a sucker for kitchen gadgets, a tool box makes great storage for them and they can be organized easily in the shallow drawers. No more digging for what you need
  • A tool box is a handy addition to the craft room as well. Sort your brushes and lay them out flat in one part, paints could go in another part. Lay your embroider threads out
  • In a little boys room, a tool box would look really good, especially if he is decorating in a car theme. He could use if for sorting toys, if he sorts that is. If not he can cram it full of his treasures

Portable Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox CaseTips & Warnings


  • Some of the tool box chests have bars on each side of them. You could put hooks on them to hang pots and pans off of, or drape towels over them
  • The stainless steel tool chests would go nice in a kitchen with stainless appliances
  • Don't forget the wooden tool boxes. They make some that are really attractive if you aren't into the metal look

Package Included:


  • 1 x Engineering Plastic Storage Tool Box Toolbox Case