Home Workshop Set - Tool Organization Labels by NikkiStiks®
NikkiStiks are magnetic diecut labels produced with the highest quality printing and manufacturing. Each label easily attaches to your toolbox or cabinet via magnet or optional double-sided adhesive strips, pre-cut to the size of the labels.
NikkiStiks Home Workshop Set includes 20 small magnets featuring 24 tools typically used for projects around the house. Two of the magnets are blank for you to label your specialty tools. NikkiStiks are easy to use . . . simply detach each magnet from the diecut sheet and attach to desired surface. The magnets will work with any magnetic surface.
For non-magnetic surfaces; pre-cut, double-sided adhesive strips are available as an option. The adhesive strips are used between the magnet and the surface being applied to.
NikkiStiks are manufactured in the U.S.A. using the highest quality manufacturing and printing.
Stay Organized An organized set of tools helps your projects move along smoothly without distractions while keeping your tool area neat. NikkiStiks Tool Organization Labels can help with that!
Three Quality Label Sets Available
Home Workshop Set
Auto Mechanic's Set
NikkiStiks can be used on Virtually any Surface
NikkiStiks are magnetic diecut labels with optional adhesive strips available for non-magnetic surfaces.
NikkiStiks - Why this name for a set of magnetic tool identifier labels?
Several decades ago, while working on an automobile in the family garage, I had all of the tools stored in an 8 drawer metal toolbox. I used the toolbox only several times a month so did not remember which tools were in each drawer. Most of the time, numerous drawers opened before the desired tool appeared. This resulted in drawers slammed, closed out of utter frustration.
My 10-year-old daughter was “helping” me work on the car. She saw my frustration with locating the tools in a timely manner, looked up at me and said, “Don’t worry, Daddy. I’ll fix that.” and left the garage. I didn’t pay much attention to her comment and continued working. In an hour or so, she came back with some manila folder labels. On each of the labels, she had drawn and colored pictures of a wrench, a screwdriver, a pair of pliers, a hammer, and several other tools. We stuck them to the drawer that had the tools corresponding to pictures on the labels. What a difference it made - opening the correct drawer every time. Her name is Nikki.
Eventually, I decided that if it aided in this one situation then many people could benefit from having pictures of the tools attached to the front of the drawer with the corresponding tool. So now, NikkiStiks are available in sets for Home Workshop, Auto Mechanics, and Electrical Technicians.
I hope you enjoy your NikkiStiks as much as I have.