Drill Bit Storage – The Best Ways to Store Your Drill Bits

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One way to store your drill bits is to use a baby soda bottle! A professional woodworker swears by this method and keeps his bits in a portable woodshop in bottles. Another great solution is to purchase Hut cutting tool storage, which is both expensive and incredibly functional. But what if you don’t want to spend money on a Hut cutting tool storage system? Read on to discover some of the best ways to store your cutting tools.

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