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Smart way to store rags? (on set)


Benjamin Hesselholdt
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We usually store everything in eurocrates, which are cheap, stackable  and can be outfitted with dividers. Just remember to always store them with the label up so you can find the right rag with a glance. You could also label the bottoms of the crates and put the rags in the same divider every time, that would build kind of a muscle memory.

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16 hours ago, Benjamin Hesselholdt said:

Thx! My production company is smaller size and don´t always have a grip truck, and we need to be able to store in flight cases or something similar.

So still looking for input!!

same principle applies:  label the bag.  Both sides and label the bottom of the bag if you have to.

also label each rag on all four corners.

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Sometimes I throw all the drawstring bags of like sizes into a plastic tote. This works better for diffusion as apposed to solids because solids take up a lot more space, but I can generally fit 6-7 rags in each tote. They're a little pricey but they are very durable and I prefer them over milk crates in some instances. They stack very nicely. 

https://www.uline.com/BL_318/Clear-Industrial-Totes

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