[Histonet] Special Stain "Storage"

histology <@t> gradymem.org histology <@t> gradymem.org
Thu Nov 9 12:02:28 CST 2006

I went to the dollar store and bought some clear plastic "shoe" boxes for about $1 apiece.  I threw away the lid and put a sign on the end of the box and placed my bottles in them on the shelf.  Works great.  Make sure the boxes are not too long for your cabinet.

Angie Barnett, HTL(ASCP) 
Grady Memorial Hospital 
Pathology Department 
histology <@t> gradymem.org 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Breeden, Sara" <sbreeden <@t> nmda.nmsu.edu> 
Date: Thursday, November 9, 2006 9:26 am 
Subject: [Histonet] Special Stain "Storage" 
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu 

> Someone out there has a clever idea and I'd like to tap that 
> ingenuity.I have an overhead cabinet where I keep my special 
> stains that don't 
> require refrigeration. I'd like to keep each stain set together on the 
> shelf - like in some kind of box. What do you use? One thing that 
> comesto mind is sturdy plastic boxes that Lenscrafters, etc., use - 
> roughly 
> 9x6x3" (I've offered to take any extras but they are very fond of them 
> and won't give 'em up!). Anyway, what do you use that keeps all the 
> bottles together on the shelf? I'd love to have your input and 
> I'll put 
> you in my memoirs. 
> Friday Hour of Fun is comin' up... 
> Sally Breeden, HT(ASCP) 
> NM Dept. of Agriculture 
> Veterinary Diagnostic Services 
> PO Box 700 
> Albuquerque, NM 87106 
> 505-841-2576 
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