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Old 04-05-2020, 11:20 PM
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Default $2 Tools ..... Ideas that give Bang for the Buck!

Found this handy rivet holder in the aviation aisle of the $2 variety store.
The low height and rubber base keeps it stable and easy to reach.



What tool ideas have you found for $2?!!
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Old 04-16-2020, 12:29 AM
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Default Cotton gloves & clear sauce dishes

Tight cotton gloves are great to wear under nitrile / latex single use gloves as they soak up the inevitable sweat that gets really unpleasant during a long priming / pro-seal session.

Found some clear dishes (60ml IIRC) at a catering supplies that are just the right size for a 30-40g batch of pro-seal, and are clear so you can see if its been mixed up properly.
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