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I keep all my sharpening toys in a rubbermaid storage box on a shelf in a storage room. When I sharpen I take my toy box to the kitchen and do my sharpening at the sink. I do keep a strop in the kitchen drawer for touch-ups.
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My application is fairly compact and contained, but I'm sure I'll be growing out of it eventually. Many of my synthetics are full time soakers, so I keep them in a 5 gallon bucket and I found a great bucket caddy on Amazon for $20 bucks that attaches to my bucket and has enough large pockets to hold my Jnats, diamond plate, and other various tools. Works for the time being and allows me to stash my collection in the kitchen area without drawing too much attention from my wife.
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