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Join date : 2010-11-22

PostSubject: Moving Parts Cabinets   January 5th 2016, 5:18 pm

Well, most of us have many of those 30, 40, 50, 60, etc. drawer parts cabinets in our shops.
Now you can also find them full of goodies at garage sales and ham fairs.
After moving several, and having all the drawers and contents fall out all over the inside of my vehicle, ( [email=*&!!!@@@#%]*&!!!@@@#%[/email]) I thought "there has to be a better way".    Twisted Evil

Idea  There is: Take a roll of clear, stretchable plastic wrap with you. Great to "shrink wrap" around the entire cabinet and it will hold the drawers and contents in place.
A couple of layers is all it takes too. just grab a few rolls next time you visit the dollar type stores to keep with you for that purpose.
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Join date : 2010-11-23

PostSubject: Re: Moving Parts Cabinets   February 7th 2016, 6:18 am

Frank, this is exactly what I did with mine when I made the move from the Island back to Nova Scotia in November. Anything that had opening drawers in it got wrapped. Sure gives a chap peace of mind when moving things as well as wondering what's bouncing around in the back of the moving truck.
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