Matt_ Posted November 29, 2020 Share Posted November 29, 2020 I made a DIY aquarium test tube stand and drying rack today because I am tired of spilling my tests, breaking test tubes, and not getting my equipment to dry. The main focus of the build was to reuse as many materials on hand as possible to keep costs low (less than a $1 at this point). I used a leftover piece of PVC trim for a base, a wooden dowel for the stand, and metal closet organizer rubber end caps as the tips. I am planning to paint the dowels white and glue everything in place after I work out the kinks using it few more times. My impressions from the first few uses is that it is great and makes it so much easier to test the water. In use - its water change time: I am curious if anyone else on the forum has built something like this and has any additional tips. Also, reagent storage tips would be helpful as well. I have more bottles than something like the API master test kit bin can accept and would like to keep everything together. Thanks. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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