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Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer

John Malecki

Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer

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I add some storage with the Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer

Organization, for me, is a key to success. For someone who is running a shop in any capacity to try and make money, you have to stay organized. It helps keep you fast and helps keep things where they should be. My shop is pretty big, so I have lots or organization around to help me keep things in line. From small parts bins to a massive rolling storage unit. I am not the best at staying clean, and nor is my shop the cleanest. But with little additions like his Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer, I am able to keep things efficiently where i need them, and know when the time comes where to go to find them.

Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer

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SPECIFICATIONS:

So this little Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer probably seems like the same old run of the ill wall storage that is available basically anywhere. And in general, it is comparable. But with that this one has a few small features i personally like. First being, its got a much heavier build to it than a lot of these organized. I like the heavy duty plastic coverings on the front as well as the actual bin construction. The fact they are removable make this item very desirable for me. I have parts bins for consumables in the shop already, but they are larger bins. So I don't always fill them up. It is nice to have a combo of something else like this to be able to use from more of the random small items. Being able to fully remove the bin from the unit makes it convenient for my workflow.

Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer
Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer

PRICE:

With a price tag just under $20 at $19.97, the Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer is super affordable and a good quality bin. The competing brands that are in the same box stores are prices competitively. For the extra few bucks i do think this particular organizer is worth the money.

MY THOUGHTS

As i said earlier, Organization is a key to any professional work flow. Small additions like this can really help save time when it comes to looking around for parts. I am a believer that if you have somewhere for something to go, you're more likely to put it back there and keep things clean. And a cleans shop, is an efficient shop. All in all, for less than $20 bucks, i think the Husky 28-Drawer Small Parts Organizer is a nice little addition to any shop.

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John Malecki

I used to be an offensive lineman in the NFL, Now I run my own furniture business and am completely self taught. In my videos and posts you'll see a variety of wood and metal work as well as some tips and tricks. Enjoy!