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This post is sponsored by The Home Depot as a part of The Home Depot’s ProSpective Campaign.
As part of The Home Depot ProSpective campaign, we have gotten to review a lot of cool new tools and accessories. This giant tool box was the first accessory to land on Steph's doorstep!
Previous to the arrival of the mobile workbench, we thought Steph's garage setup was pretty good. We've done a lot of projects in there to organize the space. Well, enter the mobile workcenter. Game Changer! It's given us another entire way to help organize and work in the garage.
We also received the Husky Pro Grade Rolling Tote bag to try out--wow! It's better than any roller suitcase I've ever used. See our short little video above where we show a couple of extra ways you can use the bag.
We had a chance to see a collection of Husky tools and tool bags being tested for all kinds of things including durability. That was one of the most impressive aspects of our visit to the testing facility. The lab really put the products through extreme testing. For example, we saw a tool bag being tested by having three 80 pound bags of concrete hanging from the straps--the handles stood up to the test!
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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