Magnet to Pick up Dropped Pins

I always keep a magnetic bar on hand to pick up pins, needles and other metal items. They are cheap and very easy to use. They take the hunt out of finding dropped pins or needles. You can make your own magnet by using a heavy strip of metal and hot gluing it to a block or rod. Works great and is inexpensive.

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By Gem from VA

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