Tool Chest Drawer Liner – Foam liners keep tools safe from scratches and scratches and help make DIY enthusiasts keep order in the tool drawer. If the drawer of the tool does not include a foam liner or the current lining has been carried out, you can quickly prepare a homemade liner without much difficulty. Before you start, you’ll need to locate closed cell foam – dense, semi-rigid polyurethane foam – from a home improvement center, hardware store or online retailer.
Measure the length and width of your tool drawer with a tape measure. Draw the rectangular shape of your tool drawer with the marker at a foam length of 1-inch thick closed cells. Cut the shape of the foam with hardware scissors. Arrange the tools you plan to have in the top drawer of the 1-inch-thick piece of foam. Place the foam on a hard work surface and slowly cut each shape with a scalpel blade.
Place the 1-inch thick piece of foam, the blade with the holes in the form of tools. On it, face down on the work surface. And then, place the 1/2-inch thick sheet on the top of the 1-inch sheet, making sure they are aligned. Carefully lift the blade 1/2 inch from one end and heat the 1-inch blade underneath with a heat gun, which held the gun about 2 inches. Flip the newly bonded sheets so that the side with the cutouts in the form of tools, look up. Place the new drawer tool liner in the drawer and put each tool in its place in a personalized way.