Toolboxes are must haves for everyone. Every painter, contractor, carpenter, mechanic or homemaker needs one. Some people even have more than three tool boxes. For ordinary ‘un-tool-ed’ people, this may look a little compulsive but then again, each has their own system of organizing their things, including their tools. I remember my Dad has three toolboxes: one metal tool box for common tools like screwdrivers, hammers and wrenches; another plastic one for tools that are not used everyday but are still important for minor home improvements; and another huge metal box for his specialized tools.
Going back to history, toolboxes then were typically made of wood and were designed to be open, meaning no lids. However, most toolboxes nowadays are made of metal or plastic and have hinged lids, while some have locks for security. Mostly come with handles so that they are easier to bring around. Now, I have my own metal tool box. Mine has two smaller compartments built into the lid that sort of collapses when I close my metal tool box. Here is where I keep small assortments of basic nails and screws. My partner, on the contrary, has the plastic type, with no compartment on the lid and seems to be very basic. I still believe that metal tool boxes are the only ‘true’ tool boxes.
For one reason, metal tool boxes are more durable than their plastic cousins. A lot of these handy boxes can get quite deluxe. Other than a hinged lid, most metal tool boxes have multiple drawers. At times, the lid simply opens to a shallow lid and you see three to five drawers below. One advantage of this feature is that it compels your tools to be more organized. More often, after removing a drawer, everything is in shambles but with more drawers, everything will have its rightful place and so you can organize your tools more categorically. For instance, you can put all screwdrivers on top and wrenches on the other drawer.
If your metal tool boxes do not have enough space despite the ‘drawers’ inside, then you need to get yourself a deluxe tool chest that has wheels attached. These may look a little exaggerated for your home but if you use your tools for your profession like a mechanic, then it is advised that you get one of these. There are also tool chest/box combinations where the top metal toolbox can be easily removed for days when you just need to be on the go.
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