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1Tool box draw liner Empty Tool box draw liner on 17th May 2016, 9:26 pm

johnny gtir

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Anyone recommend any ?

2Tool box draw liner Empty Re: Tool box draw liner on 17th May 2016, 9:48 pm

nomad

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What do you mean like the material type or inserts ?


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3Tool box draw liner Empty Re: Tool box draw liner on 17th May 2016, 10:34 pm

johnny gtir

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Just the thin foam stuff mate. is it all Pritty much the same. Just I have seen some in the past rips easy and curls up on corners other stuff seemed thicker n better not the end of the world just thought I would ask as it's something I have never bought

4Tool box draw liner Empty Re: Tool box draw liner on 18th May 2016, 2:07 am

Mr B

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The foam non slip stuff with small holes is pretty durable as tends have more rubbery properties while the 2mm-3mm foam marks easily and tools slide about.
The non slip one gets done by many brands but buy one from known affordable tool brand rather than no name as they not all same quality although look much same.
I have some draper branded and had it in use more 10 years. Helps keep tools rust free and pleasant use and fit .
Should be able buy that locally easy enough from local factors, tool shop .

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