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Old 04-01-2006, 03:11 PM
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Fire proof locker???

I'm not sure if this the right place to post this...if not please let me know...what i need to know is if anyone can point me in the right direction to find a fire proof locker for body & paint material...ie:paint/laqure thinner,bondo
acetone,amoung other flammable items...my bro & i have a standard sport/school locker that we'll use for the time being...the reason is that our nephew is getting older & curious...the other is that as my bro's parents groe into thier "GOLDEN" age...well you know...a few weekends ago his mom went out & left the stove on...anywayz,i think a fireproof locker would be a great investment lord forbid something happens & the house catches fire(attached garage)...at least it'll keep those chemical products from exploding...

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I have seen them in both the Grainger and Home Depot catalogs. Seems to me they were about the same price in both, around $450-500. I got lucky. Was working on a jobsite where they were getting rid of two. Picked one up for $10. The thing was like brand new. The other one was already spoken for.
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I have seen them in both the Grainger and Home Depot catalogs. Seems to me they were about the same price in both, around $450-500. I got lucky. Was working on a jobsite where they were getting rid of two. Picked one up for $10. The thing was like brand new. The other one was already spoken for.
Bret

Hmm...Homedepot huh??? Iguess it's a special order thing here in Hawaii...$450 -$500...i sutter to think how much more they'll charge me to bring it in??? Anywayz...better to be broke for a little while then blown up!!!!
Thank for the info Bret....Kimo...
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The one I have is in their Home Depot Supply Maintainance Solutions catalog.
Made by Justrite. Item #129653. List on the cabinet is $499. Footnote says freight charges may apply in some areas. Freight to you might hurt a little.
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Check out the Military surplus stores around as they may have something like that..

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Bret,
i'd rather spend $500 for the locker & another $500 fro shipping then hear that the house went up in flames when we're not there...

Sam,
We only have one military surplus store here in Hawaii (Oahu)...i've never saw anything like that there,but i;ll try told ask next time i'm there...

Thanks for the leads guys... Kimo...
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Fire proof locker???

Here is a link to the Justrite site. I would contact them to see if perhaps they have dealers or representatives on the islands.

http://www.justritemfg.com/

This is a site that sells them as well:

http://www.abtec.com/flammable/flammab.htm
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Here is a link to the Justrite site. I would contact them to see if perhaps they have dealers or representatives on the islands.

http://www.justritemfg.com/

This is a site that sells them as well:

http://www.abtec.com/flammable/flammab.htm

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thanks for the links...i'll be contacting them 1st thing Monday...Kimo...
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Surplus, surplus, surplus...these things are so expensive new...great item to pick up used...most manufacturers use these in their plants and some have surplus stores ...that's where I picked up mine for 90% off retail....
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Eagle makes them too. (Not Eagle wax)
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