Junk boxes

From: Zane H. Healy <healyzh_at_aracnet.com>
Date: Tue Jul 6 20:56:20 1999

>I'd like to know how people here store their junk parts, as I'm looking
>for an efficient method myself. For the past several years, I've been
>keeping them in ziplock bags in a plastic box, which is falling apart, and
>also is useless for storing anything small.
>--Max Eskin (max82_at_surfree.com)
> http://scivault.hypermart.net: Ignorance is Impotence - Knowledge is Power

I've got a 'Roller Stack of Drawers' that must be about 4' high, with
various depths of drawers. It's made out of plastic, and I picked it up
cheap at Costco (our local 'warehouse style' store). Works great, I just
wish I had room in here for more.

Of course most stuff gets tossed in cardboard boxes and stuck in one of my
storage units on one of the shelves, or the floor, or on top of a rack,

Filefolder boxes are great for cardboard boxes, as they stack well, but
unlike boxes you get (hmmm, where do boxes come from) they aren't free. I
buy them buy the case.

Helpful oddball off-topic storage tip of the day: Video Cassettes fit
great in Comic Book boxes. You can fit two layers in a box. Get the
mid-sized comic boxes, and they're easy to move, and you can stack them up

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