Plywood caulk-tube storage clears clutter
Since I’m always working with more than one open tube of silicone or caulking in my shop, I needed a better way to store them when not in use. Now I keep them in a 12×4-inch length of ¾-inch plywood with holes cut to the size of the tubes. I mount the plywood on a shelf. They won’t roll away or tip over, and there are no more obstacles or inconvenience.
Gary Hofer from Olivet, South Dakota