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Glass Station Tool Organizer by Inland

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Item# 60501
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  • Stay Organized!
  • Measures 14" long x 5" high x 6" deep

Product Description

Designed specifically for stained glass, this organizer holds pens, fids, pattern shears, grozers, pliers, foil, solder, soldering iron and flux. Also features built-in flux brush holder, soldering iron tip cleaning sponge and retractable handles for easy portability. Measures 14" long x 5" high x 6" deep.

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Pros : Does a great job holding all my go to supplies so they're all within reaching distance
Cons : Would love the compartments on the left side to be a little bigger, but still find them very useful.
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