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Why You Need a Storage Cabinet for Your Automotive Tools

You have a garage, so you may wonder what the big deal about tool storage is, and why you it. To keep your equipment ready to use and accessible, storage can provide many benefits like a drawer for all your wrenches, or a shelf where you can store items like diagnostic tools. Keeping your tools in a cabinet can help you free up more room to work on smaller projects like refinishing body panels.

Room to Organize

With dedicated spaces and sections, you know where to look for all your tools. By separating equipment by drive size or type of tool, you will know where to look when you need a specific socket. Ace Hardware says wall and ceiling hangers can hold large equipment while a storage cabinet is better for more dense items like jack stands. Totes and clear containers give you places for smaller items like screws, gloves, shop rags, and washers. With everything in a specific place, there is no sifting through handfuls of metal in a coffee can to find the right size nut.

Space to Lock up Expensive Equipment

When you have diagnostic equipment like code readers and torque wrenches, you need a safe place to store these tools. Heavy duty storage cabinets give you an extra layer of protection, should someone break into your garage. The storage unit may be too difficult to get into, or a burglar could be afraid it would take too much time to break into another structure. When you have customers coming in and out of your garage, then locking up tools you are not using is one way to keep track of everything.

Keeping Dirt and Dust out of Your Tools

Your garage will get dirty and dusty, but your tools do not have to suffer the same fate. A storage cabinet keeps out the dirt and grime helping you maintain your automotive equipment. Seals, bearings, and gaskets wear down fast when dirt and debris get between mechanical points and movable joints in tools.

Reducing Trip Hazards around the Garage

With your equipment safely in a cabinet, there is less stuff on the floor of your garage. When you are in a hurry to get a job done, the last thing you want to do is hop over grease guns, spare rotors, and crowbars. Minimizing the chances of falls is much easier when you organize your tools in a storage cabinet.

Using storage cabinets for your automotive tools is helpful for many reasons. Staying organized will help you be more efficient. Reducing fall risks is paramount in a garage or automotive work area. The more you take care of tools, the longer they will last, so tool storage makes sense. Use these four tips to make your automotive jobs faster and less stressful.

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