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    Ideas needed...

    Replaced a chest freezer... Thinking of using old one for storage of welding rod, adhesives, and other chemical and such that should not freeze... Shoot me some ideas...

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    I've done that before for welding supplies. If you put a small light bulb in it, it will keep the rods moisture free and ready to go.
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    what LT said.... we used old refrigerators with a 100 watt light. keeps welding rods nice and warm, and dry. might be a bit warm for other materials. just use a bulb that produces the heat you are looking for.
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    100 watt incandescent bulbs are no longer legal for sale. 75 watt bulbs will be soon too, if not already. I used my old chest freezer to store dry pet food, dry pig chow and chicken feed. Mostly to keep the rats out of it.
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    all light producing resources that are available produce heat.... choose one that meets your need. stand the chest on end and make a couple of shelves... and Bob's your uncle...
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