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He Uses Old Refrigerators To Store Welding Rods, Paint, Canned Tomatoes
Jerry Brandt, La Grange, Mo.: I read an article in FARM SHOW about Shane Myrick of Pleasonton, Kan., who uses an old refrigerator to store all his welding rods (Vol. 36, No. 3). I keep 5 old refrigerators in my back shed and use one to store welding rods, one for paint, two for canned tomatoes, and one for canned asparagus, new potatoes and fruit jelly.
  I installed a night light inside each refrigerator, and run short extension cords from a power strip to all the refrigerators to provide a little extra heat. The power strip is hooked up to a thermostat so the night lights come on at 35 degrees. Last winter none of the contents froze inside any of the refrigerators, even in temperatures down to 14 degrees below zero.

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #5