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The Quickest, Easiest Way to Clean Your Workbench Ever!

Kevin Caron can't find his dustpan and broom. How is he going to clean up his workbench real quick?

He takes a welding magnet and a paper towel, wraps the paper towel around the magnet, and drags it across the workbench. He ends up with a great fuzzy mess on the end of the magnet.

Then Kevin Caron simply walks over to the garbage can and drops the paper towel into it. All done!

It's that simple.

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Well, you might want to stick around for another moment and see when this tip doesn't work so well ....

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