More Shop Hardware Storage / Plus de rangement pour la quincaillerie

J’ai rassemblé assez de bocaux de plastique pour réaliser deux autres rangées pour ma quincaillerie d’atelier.

I gather enough plastic jars to make two more rows for my shop hardware.



Ces dernières seront mes 5e et 6e, à être fixées aux solives de mon atelier (lien).

Those latter will be my 5th and 6th, to be attached to my shop ceiling joists (link).


Donner au moins une deuxième vie aux objets doit être une priorité.

Giving at least a second life to objects must be a priority.


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6 Responses to More Shop Hardware Storage / Plus de rangement pour la quincaillerie

  1. Morgan Holt says:

    hard to do when your ceiling is 10 ft tall! grin emoji!
    Nice to see are well and doing fun things. All the best Serge!

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    • Serge says:

      Hey Morgan! It’s been a long time.
      10 ft tall ceiling? No problem, when there’s a will, there’s a way, right?
      I’m not so well, but I do fun things. 🙂
      Stay safe and well my friend!

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  2. Eric R says:

    I hear you brother.
    My family knows I always get the empty screw-on lid jars.
    Mine aren’t as nicely organized as yours are, but they do the trick.
    Good job, Serge.

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    • Serge says:

      As long as they do the job!
      Wait to see the project I’m working on using “lidless” containers. 🙂
      Thank you my friend.

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  3. Mark Butler says:

    This is a great way to easily find things and get at them with ease. I’m looking forward to your lidless storage.

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    • Serge says:

      Hi Mark, Being hung from up above, see-through jars are compulsory, therefore handy. Am I lucky to like peanut butter? 🙂
      Keep your eyes open, my lidless storage system is almost done, two plywood strips to be added as well as two hinges.

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