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Needed to clean a 10" blade, looking around the shop I noticed that a 10" blade fits nicely in the lid of a drywall bucket. Just a little cleaner and the blade can soak for a while. Not sure what to use yet for my 12" blades, but I'm sure something else this simple will turn up. If I flip the lid upside down a 12" barely fits, but the lids' reinforcing keeps the blade too high above to be of any use. MAYBE, if I grind them off and fill the trench around the rim it would work out. But it's perfect for 10" blades.
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Restaurant supply houses, and maybe others, carry pie pans up to 15", maybe bigger.
I got one at a JC Penny's kitchen store about 10 years ago. But, they closed that department a few years back.

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round plastic snap lid pie keeper container..
dollar store...

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Good idea, Jack. Thanks.
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Shallow baking pans --WalMart.
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The thing is, the drywall bucket lids are free.

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The thing is, the drywall bucket lids are free.
they are???
how much did the contents of the bucket cost???
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A neighbor bought the pan and cleaner setup from Rockler and used it once very successfully. He then set it aside with the cleaner in it and forgot about it for abut 2 years. He opened it last week and it's full of mold. Never thought I'd see that. to Rockler. Any thoughts? i told him to take it back to Rockler.

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they are???
how much did the contents of the bucket cost???
Didn't cost me anything. I'm "just" an applicator.

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Stick, I have dozens of buckets and lids, I don't pay for them, anymore than I pay for any of the other materials on the job. I'm a mechanic, I install everything, (literally, except for carpet and vinyl) but I pay for nothing. It's a decent gig most of the time.

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