Half of a lid from a plastic bucket stores multiple blades on the wall of your shop or work van.
I’ve seen plenty of ways to store circular sawblades, but mine is easy to execute and costs nothing. I use lids from 5-gal. joint-compound buckets, cut in half and then screwed to the wall of the trailer, van, or shop. Each half can hold a couple of blades, and a thin liner is good to keep between multiple blades. There’s no messing around with wing nuts or finding a buried blade with this system, and you can label the holders with a Sharpie.
—Brian Campbell, Minneapolis, Minn.
Edited by Charles Miller
From Fine Homebuilding #289