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delmuts

how do you store your grease gun?

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delmuts    19
delmuts

i've been keeping mine wrapped in paper towls and stored in a plastic bag, this keeps everything from getting messy, but i always have a smeary mess inside the bag ( i wipe the gun off brefore storing it!). any one have a better way? del

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delcecchi    189
delcecchi

I hang it on a nail in the garage.

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slotlimit    0
slotlimit

I too hang it on a nail in the garage.

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Surface Tension    262
Surface Tension

I hang it on a nail and put a piece of card board underneath in case the grease drips.

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311Hemi    0
311Hemi

I hang mine on a nail and it leaks like crazy...well, not that bad be more than it should. Maybe I bought a cheapy?

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Jeremy airjer W    21
Jeremy airjer W

Hang it on a nail

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Orlip    3
Orlip

Because I have to have mine with everyday I wrap it up in an old bath towel and put it in the tool box.

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jwhjr    0
jwhjr

I put mine on a shelf on some rags.

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Sonicrunch    0
Sonicrunch

On a nail upside down to keep air bubbles away from the pumping mechanism.

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UMDSportsman    0
UMDSportsman

on the farm we hang the hang them on a 55gal trash barrel. we also have a cordless grease gun that usually gets laid right on top of the case. others just laid on the shelf on top of a rag.

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luckey    0
luckey

Ever since I moved last fall I've had it laying in a crate on the garage floor. I'm getting real tired of getting grease on my pants every time I brush the business end!

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Finns    25
Finns

Rubbbermaid style container with paper towel in the bottom.

Finns.

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delmuts    19
delmuts

i was wondering about something like that, since i usually take it with me when ever i trailer the boat. some years back i saw a gun that came with its' own carrying case, but haven't seen one since. thanks! del

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Shack    16
Shack

You guys should check this out. Do a search eng. search on "grease gun caddy". A couple places make these things and they work great for in boat/skid steer trailer/ work shop. They do not cost much and mount any were. They also have a drip tray to catch dripping grease. I saw one at local Skid steer dealer and feel in love with it. Northern tool has them for cheap. I mounted one on my car hoist a couple weeks ago. It replaced the hook/nail. Good luck!

Let me know what you think of it?

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