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Homemade Parts Washing Tray


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Steve Methia on lidzduc.blogspot.in
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Homemade parts washing tray constructed from perforated stainless steel sheet, a plastic milk crate, and aluminum.
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Aug 03, 2014 5:00 PM
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As one who cleans oily and muddy junk fairly regularly, I appreciate this idea. I'm thinking of a wire mesh instead of a perforated sheet, only because it's easier for me to scrounge that up.
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DIY Parts Washing Tray - comment on how to build a Parts Washing Tray - 1 comments
DIYer says:
Aug 03, 2014 5:00 PM
As one who cleans oily and muddy junk fairly regularly, I appreciate this idea. I'm thinking of a wire mesh instead of a perforated sheet, only because it's easier for me to scrounge that up.

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