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    I'm looking for something to hold my scissors.. I don't want to buy the plexi glass type one that is out there because I have the blade holder and find the quality isn't the best. I was thinking of trying a screw driver holder but am having problems finding them around here. I found this one on Amazon and was wondering if anyone has seen it in person or uses it? I have a work bench with peg board so this would work really well.

    http://i60.servimg.com/u/f60/12/40/56/57/screw_10.jpg

  • #2
    You could try the magnetic strips.

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    • #3
      screwdriver holder as a scissor holder

      Someone on this board did that..it turned out so cool that I showed this to my husband and asked if he knew how he could make that work for me on my table since I dont have any pegboard near me or my grooming area. He hasnt gotten any ideas yet, but I always think about it when I see these in the hardware section of the store and wish they made them non-peg-boardable. Here is the picture that I saw...

      I wish I could remember who posted this so I could give them the credit, I did not do this.
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      • #4
        well if someone used that for shears that look a lot nicer than mine, then I think it will work

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        • #5
          My dad is a chemist and he brought home an older test tube holder, it's actually made out of wood. He then took some plastic pipping to put in each hole, so the scissors don't fall out. The only thing left to do is put some foam at the bottom for the couple of shears that are long enough to touch the bottom. I LOVE it and it works perfect.
          "The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog." -Ambrose Bierce

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          • #6
            I'd ask Gracy Rose. She has lots of good storage ideas.
            www.gomobileandsucceed.com
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            • #7
              That screwdriver holder looks fab for scissors! I might buy some of those rubber rings you put in the hole of scissors (they are cheap) and fit them in the top ring for extra protection....

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              • #8
                I have the acrylic shear holders from Frank Rowe and have had for a yer or so and no problems at all. I use 4 of them in fact....2 at my station, one at the other grooming station and one in the bathing room.
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                • #9
                  scissor holder

                  That screwdriver holder is exactly what I use to hold my shears on the pegboard beside my grooming table.
                  I really like the idea of using the rubber hole rings in them because I've been worried that the constant metal-on-metal friction might eventually wear down a spot on my shears. I'm going to pick some up. Thanks for the tip.
                  Last edited by Kubota; 02-17-10, 09:44 AM. Reason: sp

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                  • #10
                    I went to the hardware store today and found the exact holder in the pictures.. going to get some rubber finger grip thingys on my next order. Bought two of them and stuck them to my work bench, so far they are looking pretty good! Thanks everyone for your comments!

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                    • #11
                      Here is mine- it is a toothbrush holder from Walmart. The centers are a soft rubber so it holds my scissors in place.

                      In a mobile if you use the plexiglass one, buy two. Mount them exactly under each other about 3 inches apart. This will keep your scissors from hitting each other while you drive. The Plexiglass ones are nice but the holes are too close for mobiles.
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                      • #12
                        Gracy Rose, you are a genius.
                        "We are all ignorant--we merely have different areas of specialization."~Anonymous
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