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Make Tool Holster from Old Work Glove

If you'll cut the worn fingers off an old work glove and then add two slots to the back of what's left, you'll have a quick, recycled tool holster that you can slip right onto your belt and put into immediate use.


By fossil1955 from Cortez, CO


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November 22, 20100 found this helpful

Good tip! Work gloves are usually much sturdier than manufactured tool-holders. And recycling/repurposing means one (or two) fewer items in the landfill.

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