Sep 21 , 2018

How to Safely Dispose of Used Workshop Blades

Safe Blade Disposal

I was recently removing a lot of old caulking on my boat with a utility knife. To safely dispose of the used blades and eliminate the risk of cutting through a trash bag and injuring someone, I put the used blades in a soda can and pushed the pop top back over the opening to contain the blades. – Justin Zack

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HH Safe blade disposal handy hint pop can utility blade

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