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Farmer-Built Bucket Opener Saves Hands

I built my own bucket-opening tool from a 12-inch-long piece of ½-inch rebar, 1½-inch length of ¾-inch angle iron bent to a V-shape, and a 10-inch length of ¼-inch square metal rod for a handle. It helps greatly in lifting tabs on the lids, especially when the weather is cold. 

Richard Peters from St. Marys

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