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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-03-2002, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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O/T Rhino line my Tool box?

I got a craftsman roll away toolbox, and I was gonna get those rubber mats that you put down to cut down on tool roll and keep the paint in the drawers. But then I thought, well couldnt I roll in some Rhino/Herculiner or whatever i can get my hands on? Is there one that stays a more cushiony or rubbery? Any info on personal use would be appreciated.

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Re: O/T Rhino line my Tool box?

I went to an RV store and got a roll of nubbly foam rubber mesh used to keep stuff from sliding in camper drawers. It works great in toolboxes. If you throw greasy wrenches on top of it the oil will probably eat the foam eventually, so wipe your tool before you put it away.


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Re: O/T Rhino line my Tool box?

I have started to put Herculiner in the drawers of my toolbox, so far I have two drawers completed and it looks get. Hopefully for the long term it lasts longer than any of those mats or rubber knobby mats that they put in the tool boxes.


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post #4 of (permalink) Old 01-05-2002, 08:01 AM
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Re: O/T Rhino line my Tool box?

absolutely- you can "paint" on the herculiner and will work out slick. it stays "rubbery" feel. great stuff and strong. i've got it on my tub and is wearing great except it is rubbing off in the rear where my heavy toolbox and milkcrate slide around on it. i will get some more and apply more coats. a good single or even a double coat should last a lifetime for the toolbox drawers.

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