Drill Holster

Avoid the sickening crunch—and possible damage—that happens when your cordless drill falls off a crowded workbench. Add a drill holster.

The Family Handyman

Avoid the sickening crunch—and possible damage—that happens when your cordless drill falls off a crowded workbench. Screw a 3-in. plastic adapter ($2 in a home center’s yard drainage aisle) to the side or back edge of your workbench, and holster that tippy drill. Three-inch drainage adapters hold cordless and corded drills, so buy as many adapters as you have drills to keep them topple-proof and easy to grab. Thanks to Will Carter for this tip.

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