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CaptainSkully

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#1 posted 02-16-2018 04:59 PM

One mistake I have made in the past is to get a big Rubbermaid trash can. When it’s full, it’s too heavy to take out. Smaller trash cans obviously fill up faster, but at least you can dump them without throwing your back out too. I would think something around 13 gal rectangular would be a good compromise between volume and weight and fit well between other tools.

I also have to agree with the orange bucket idea too. I have several that hold my smaller clamps. Since we now have a wood burning fireplace, I’ve started burning everything but pressure treated wood, which has really reduced my rubbing output.

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