Remodelaholic | Workshop Cleanup: Adding a Dust Collector to a Mobile Clamp Rack

Remodelaholic | Workshop Cleanup: Adding a Dust Collector to a Mobile Clamp Rack

Having our own DIY workshop in our garage is a huge deal to us as Remodelaholics, but often the workshop is even more neglected than other not-so-tidy areas of the house. I’ve been fighting the uphill battle of working in a cleaner shop for a long time. A cleaner workshop with less time spent tidying up means more time for projects, so today I’m showing you how I took a stand against the dust and combined my mobile clamp rack tool storage with a dust collector for a great two-fer for the workshop. Now that I’ve got this handy mobile dust collection system the shop has never been cleaner and more enjoyable to work in.

This video part of a series where I’m cleaning up my woodshop and making improvements along the way, so be sure to check out the other posts here and the other videos in the playlist — and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, too!

See where our garage workshop started here and how we built the table saw workbench with T-track system here. 

How to Add a Dust Collector to a Mobile Clamp Rack

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This Dust Right dust collection system inside the Pack Rack mobile clamp system has been a game changer in keeping our work area clean! It’s the perfect “hack” modification to the Rockler Pack Rack Clamp & Tool Storage System to make it work double duty in organizing and cleaning the workshop.

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About Cass

Cassity started Remodelaholic with her husband, Justin, to share their love for knocking out walls together. Since then, Remodelaholic has become a great community and resource for all those wanting to know how to make their builder-grade home BEAUTIFUL on a budget!

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