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Thread: How to manage all those testing supplies

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    dorpo75's Avatar
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    How to manage all those testing supplies

    While it is nothing fancy, I have found that a small tackle box, like the kind used for fishing found at any outdoor store, works well in keeping the bottles and vials organized and easy to get to. The bottom section is open and I can store the speed stir, salt and borate testing strips, and my daily journal in there, under the trays. Since the trays open fully, there is no digging around for needed things. Like I said. It works for me. Too bad there isn't something like this for my kitchen table

    and this one, open

    Sorry if they are large. I tried to resize them, especially the last one and it was a no-go
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    Re: How to manage all those testing supplies

    That's a good idea. I use a Tupperware lunch box for the items not used frequently and have rearranged the TF-100 box s it holds the speedstir.
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    Re: How to manage all those testing supplies

    Great idea! Went to Wal-Mart but they were out of the two tray ones. Will try another one later as this would make my life easier.

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    Re: How to manage all those testing supplies

    I'd say you have an acute case of sparklypoolitis that has manifested itself with an obsession over water testing.

    Take a swim
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