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woodbutcherbynight

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#1 posted 02-23-2018 03:56 AM

Making your own is practical if you have a spot normal sized ones do not fit. I have a single safety can for rags and anything with chemicals but several home made versions that I use for wood I want burned and burnable trash. Found a 12inch by 13 inch by 22 inch tall stainless steel square tube for a kitchen vent someone tossed. Still had the plastic protective wrap on it. Currently building a frame for the top and bottom with some wheels to use as a cut off bin in a spot those dimensions fit well.

Still have a 3 gallon bucket I have used for years I just move from place to place. It doubles as a holder for small items to paint on, let dry or assemble.

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