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The Woodworking Show, Columbus Oh Jan 27 28 and 29
We sometimes order takeout and the dressings and sauces come in small plastic cups. These are great when mixing small amounts of epoxy or mixing small amounts of stain in a finish. The greek yoghurt cups come in handy for holding all sorts of small parts & pieces, as do the styrofoam trays that...
I save the creamer containers from the coffee shop. Great for mixing small amounts of epoxy, add paint into for painting small projects, or add some mineral spirits into for cleaning small brushes....etc, etc.
Linda , Great subject!
Actually I have the handle on the front of my Hawk and clip on a plastic bag with clothes pins. The Hawk blade is way up front.
Lots of the so called Dogy bags are really nice plastic containers with lids, I use them for small parts, dipping in sanding sealer etc....