Steven M Jones
classiccmp at crash.com
Thu Dec 24 15:33:11 CST 2020
On 12/22/20 12:24 AM, Patrik Schindler via cctalk wrote:
> I’m storing keyboards openly in a shelf, vertical, standing on the small edge. I alternate them front-back so the slope of the keys array is compensating itself. Aside from some dust, the packing density is really good.
And on 12/22/20 6:11 AM, Alan Perry via cctalk wrote:
> Unfortunately, since I live on a gravel road, dust is a huge problem here, so I need an enclosed solution.
"Dishpack" boxes from movers or moving supply stores are one enclosed
option, if you store the keyboards on-end as Patrik described.
Or try using plastic storage bins with lids from the local
Target/Walmart-equivalent. Each costs anywhere from $5-12 depending on
size, sturdiness, and the occasional sale. Within the tub/bin the
keyboards are arranged on the long edge, rather than flat. If the bin is
tall enough, some cardboard allows for a second layer.
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