You can use NIB magnets to hang tools from, as shown above, but they can work as an impromptu tool belt as well. Instead of dropping that pointy screwdriver into your pocket, where it'll do its best to make a hole in the lining and, subsequently, you, you can put a magnet in your pocket instead. Now, you can stick the screwdriver to the outside of your jeans. And it'll danged well stay there, too.
LOL! I started thinking about a new tool belt for a bit here, then i realized i'd be stuck in some panel with it...
Re: Magnetic Liquid#4912 10/23/0110:06 PM10/23/0110:06 PM
The first time I used a coil-type PVC bender, about three screwdrivers and a few pairs of pliers flew out of my pouch when I turned the thing on... I *was* standing/leaning close to it, but didn't expect it at all... The audience of co-workers in the plant were in various positions of obvious mirth when I finally realized I'd have to turn it off and let the tools hit the floor...
To have magnetism as a by-product, that thing was strong! Anybody been there done that?
-Virgil Residential/Commercial Inspector 5 Star Inspections Member IAEI
Re: Magnetic Liquid#4913 10/23/0111:07 PM10/23/0111:07 PM