Storage For Your Equipment

Decorating By shorey69 Updated 13 Apr 2014 , 4:48pm by BeesKnees578

shorey69 Posted 13 Apr 2014 , 4:22pm
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Hey guys ive been making cakes for a year and half now and my collection has grown ridiculously.  to the point i cant find anything? any one have any tips on good storage for my tools, cutters, ect? would be very greatful! thanks

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Siany01 Posted 13 Apr 2014 , 4:39pm
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ATupperware and sets of draws. Though I'm about to out grow that. A new kitchen is next :)

BeesKnees578 Posted 13 Apr 2014 , 4:48pm
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ABead-type organizers are good for little stuff. Or the kind for separating small nails, screws, etc.

I found some metal lidded bins in various sizes at Hobby Lobby on clearance. They have chalkboard panels that will have labels on them someday.

Another thing that works well, but is expensive, it one of those big standing wheeled tool chests from Craftsman, I think. They have nice shallow drawers that you can line with non-skid liner. That is GREAT for all those cutters that you don't want to get lost in a deep container. Costco has a nice one with a butcher-block style top that would also give you a little more work space. But, like I said, they are expensive.

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