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My tool storage solution - slat board wall *VOTE*

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by lemon_1, 28 Sep 2018.

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  1. lemon_1

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    These are old pics (it's bigger and better now!)

    basically batoned the wall, covered with plywood. Then used strips of scrap wood (from ikea!) to make the slats on which I hang the tools.

    The slats are like T&G so i can easily pul out a 'strip' amd move it elsewhere and the wall remains clean. In the third pic you can see the T&G part more clearly.

    The desks are also portable (also from ikea scrap!).

    Critique please! + Vote!

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    Your laying low has had one thread deleted numbnuts You gunning for another?
     
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    just stay on topic and you'll be fine.
     
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    OK.

    Lemon's tools are schit. His shelving system is schit. His knowledge of boilers is schit. His little work bench is schit..

    This topic is schit too.

    :p
     
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    What Makita + dewalt poertools are sckit?
    Rothernberger pipe slices are sckit?
    Knippex WP pliers are shkit?


    phaleeez... now i know you're just trollin
     
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    The worrying thing, he’s serious
     
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    nah hes trolling trust me
     
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    No you, with your car boot sale rubbish.
     
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    Yes.

    Hell yes. Utter crap as are most Rothenberger (FFS you can't even spell it) tools. The only exception being the torch heads as I said in the other thread. I have a grands worth of their pipe bending kit in my workshop and it is utter shyte. As are their pliers, pipe cutters and stilson clones.

    I'll give you the Knipex (FFS you can't even spell that either).

    Says the whiny little bitch starting posts on bullschit when he's been told by the mods to lay low for posting even more bullschit. And after begging another poster to delete posts that make him look like a total tool (see what I did there?)
     
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    i look after my tools thank you very much. i even oil them.
     
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    I could oil a Turd, it would still be 5hit
     
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    @transam has a better range of Silver line tools in his LDV :LOL:

    Fook me this is comedy gold


    Shame the mods will probably delete this thread when Lemon goes crying again.
     
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    btw the area where I have all the sealant cartridges was also scrap from ikea. those two were meant for a shoe cupboard! just turned them round and screwed to the wall. I love ikea and their free scrap wood!

    all the cubby holes you see going across the top were custom made by myself... once again using ikea scrap
     
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    Yay

    This thread is not relevant to the Plumbing forum and is now closed

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