Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
This quick and easy tip will help you pick up staples, screws, metal shavings or even steel wool fibers. I came up with this idea after finishing some trim for a wood project and realize that the metal shavings from sanding with steal wool are very difficult to pick up. Although anyone could use just the bare magnet you would wind up with shavings on your magnet almost impossible to remove.

Step 1: You Will Need

Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip


1. A Ziploc bag
2. high-powered magnet


* I obtained my magnet from an old speaker *

Step 2: Keep It Simple S!

Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
Pull the Ziplock bag inside out.

Place the magnet on the inside of the the reversed bag.

Step 3: Locate Metal Debris

Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
With the magnet on the inside of the bag collect metal debris; shavings,staple, screws, filings, paper clips, nuts, or any other metallic mess.

Step 4: Collect Metal Debris

Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
By waving your magnet still in the bag you will now begin to collect metal debris on the outside of the bag.

When you're done collecting the debris. Reversed the bag with the magnet still inside.

Your magnet should now be on the outside of the bag with your metal debris on the inside of the bag.

Step 5: Remove The Magnet

Easy Workshop Cleaning Tip
Zip the Ziplock bag shut and remove the magnet.

The debris is now closed inside the bag. You can either discarded it or place it to be used later.

This is a great tool to pick up dropped screws, paperclips,nuts,bolts or any other items you need to collect when you spill in the workshop.
 
 

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