Most water coolers I have seen (Igloo, Rubbermaid, etc) have no vapor seal on the lid. That's why I went with the old (small) refrig.
They can be picked up at the local thrift shop or want ads for nearly nothing. If you're close to a college, you can find them sitting on the lawn as the kids clean out their dorm rooms.
I'd think an old discarded microwave would even be better than a water cooler.
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Thread: Rod Box?
08-17-2007, 03:58 PM #11Senior Member
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08-17-2007, 08:24 PM #13Senior Member
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Go to Harbor Freight and get one rod tube for each type of rod you plan to keep. I get mine there and I live in New Orleans. I go through rods pretty fast, but they keep for a couple months in them, and unless you are doing code level welding with them you should have no problems. Open it, get a few rods out and close it right back up.Lincoln: Eagle 10,000, Weld-Pak HD, Weld-Pak 155, AC-225, LN-25 wirefeeder
Miller: Syncrowave 250DX Tigrunner
Westinghouse: 400+ amp AC
ThermalArc Handy wirefeeder
1 Harris, 3 Victor O/A rigs
Too many other power toys to list.
Do it right, do it once. And in all things ya get what ya pay for.
08-17-2007, 09:15 PM #14
Wireburner, if you had a choice between the microwave and the small refridgerator, go with the fridge! That seal is a LOT better than a microwave! Had another friend that did that and had a 40watt bulb in there lit all the time, worked GREAT for him! What Sundown III said, go by the college campuses on a Sunday!I'm not late...
I'm just on Hawaiian Time