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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Jan 29, 2015
-- Cleaning a tool case is a waste of time for most users. They are designed to be abused and when they fail to do the job, you just can dump them into the trash or recycle them. But, you are sure to feel surprised at how long you can use your expensive tool box if you clean it at regular intervals. And, you don’t have to buy expensive products for the purpose. The ones you use to clean your garage are more than enough.
Cleaning tool kit cases: Some helpful tips
As mentioned above, cleaning a tool kit case is not a tough job. Here are some practical tips in this regard.
• Cleaning steel boxes: You can use the waterless hand cleansers you use in your garage to clean the tool boxes made of steel. Take some in a rack or paper towel and wipe the case with it. The product works by liquefying the grease which may be there on your case. Perhaps, this may be the safest cleaner available for fuel tanks. Don’t forget to wipe out the residue using a clean towel.
• Aluminum cases: Tool boxes made of aluminum may appear attractive. But, they get dirty quite fast. Fortunately, cleaning them is quite simple. Dump all the tools in the box onto a flat surface. Take a bucket and fill it with hot water. Add two spoons of unscented cleaning soap and stir using a metal spoon. Dip a piece of clean cloth into the water; take it out and wipe the toolbox with it. This should make it clean from dust and other debris. If not, clean the spot with a brush. Done this, polish the box. Make sure that it is distributed equally all through its surface.
A few additional tips
Keep the following tips in mind; your toolbox will last long.
1. Spread a piece of cardboard at the bottom of your tool case. Cardboard will absorb dirt and oil increasing its lifespan.
2. Organize your tools properly; keep the unused items at the bottom and the frequently used ones at the top. You won’t have to search for long to get the type of wrench you love. Buying two boxes is highly recommended. Keep the ones you carry along in one and the rarely used ones in another.
3. If you happen to see loose screws or nails, take them and throw them out as a bundle.
4. Buy a flashlight and store it in your toolbox. Do not keep the battery intact for long. They will get damaged if you happen to switch the light on in the case for long. If possible, keep the batteries in a separate container.
You can also store a few pieces of chalk to protect the tools from rust and moist. Take good care of your tool kit cases. The increased lifespan is definitely a great return on investment. Remember, you spent a lot for quality. Don’t allow them to get spoiled when all they need is a bit of care and protection.
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