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If you follow me on Instagram and Facebook, you would have seen sneak peeks of my brand new workshop! I’ve been sharing behind-the-scenes stuff and sneak peeks of projects on Instagram and Facebook, usually in real time, so if you’re looking for the inside scoop, join me there, won’t you?
We just recently ran power to the shop, so I can finally get in there and start moving in! So, so exciting!!! I haven’t landed on a solid shop layout yet, but I’m having fun doing all the research and combing the web for inspiration and ideas. One of the first things I did was move this Husky Mobile Workbench into the space. I’m so excited to start organizing all the things!
First of all, like most everything else in my shop, this workbench is mobile – it rolls on large, 5 in. x 2 in. casters, with 2 locking casters and 2 rigid casters. With a wide variety of 9 drawers, this workbench provides plenty of options for tool storage and organization. I love that all of the drawers fully extend, so nothing gets lost in the abyss and the ball-bearing drawer slides support up to 100 lbs! The full-width top drawer easily accommodates longer items, like my welding rods, while the 2 extra-deep bottom drawers are ideal for storing heavy, bulky items. The unit comes with premium, no-skid drawer liners and there’s also a power strip with USB on the side – so handy!
This workbench is made of heavy-duty, all-welded 21-gauge steel construction with a sleek all black finish. One of my favorite parts is the beautiful solid wood top – it’s 1 inch thick and so stylish. Who says you can’t have pretty shop furniture? If you’re in the market for a great mobile workbench with a ton of storage, pick up this Husky 46 in. x 24.5 in. 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench at The Home Depot.
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