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Tool Organization and Control with Foam Kits
- EMPTY your tool drawer.
- MEASURE the inside dimensions of the drawer.
- MARK AND CUT the tool foam sheets in the dimensions you got from the drawer.
- ARRANGE AND TRACE the tools onto the primary foam sheet.
- CUT the tool shapes with a razor knife. Take your time!
- PEEL the backing off the foam sheets to expose the adhesive. First apply the secondary sheet onto the bottom of the drawer. Then apply the primary sheet with tool cutouts on top of the secondary sheet.
- PLACE your tools in the cutouts you prepared for them.
- ADMIRE the awesome job you just did! Now go do the other drawers.
- LONG STRAIGHT CUTS are best accomplished with a hot knife.
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Use tool foam kits to keep tools organized
Foam tool kits can help you organize tools in your workspace by creating shadow boards that keep tools in place and highlight when they’re missing. Read this infographic to learn how to use these foam kits. Once you get the hang of it, using foam tool kits for tool organization is easy to do. They’re also a great tool to use as part of a 5S program or in areas where people share tools.
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