StickQuik

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Miguel Macias created this magnetic tool holder because of his own need for one. The avid weekend mechanic was forever reaching for screwdrivers and wrenches and had no convenient place to keep them. With design help from his cousin, Marco Galli, they made StickQuik to do the tool-holding job. The small but mighty little bands can help outside of the garage, too, by holding gardening gear, kitchen utensils, art supplies and more. Powerful neodymium magnets keep the holders firmly in place—on a car, workbench, or shelf—right where you need them, and can bear weight up to three pounds. And if you want to use a StickQuik on a non-magnetic surface, the included metal stickers let you anchor the handy little holders just about anywhere.

StickQuik

Magnetic Organization Grips

Hold This

Miguel Macias created this magnetic tool holder because of his own need for one. The avid weekend mechanic was forever reaching for screwdrivers and wrenches and had no convenient place to keep them. With design help from his cousin, Marco Galli, they made StickQuik to do the tool-holding job. The small but mighty little bands can help outside of the garage, too, by holding gardening gear, kitchen utensils, art supplies and more. Powerful neodymium magnets keep the holders firmly in place—on a car, workbench, or shelf—right where you need them, and can bear weight up to three pounds. And if you want to use a StickQuik on a non-magnetic surface, the included metal stickers let you anchor the handy little holders just about anywhere.
StickQuik
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Quick Questions

What type of surfaces will the magnets stick to?

Here is a list of the most common ferromagnetic materials that a magnet can stick to firmly:
Iron
Cobalt
Nickel
Steel
Manganese
Gadolinium
Lodestone

Will these stick to my stainless steel appliance?

A magnet can stick to stainless steel only if the alloy is more iron than chromium. That's why magnets won't stick to some stainless steel or appliances.

What are some common surfaces that I could stick the magnets to?

Hood range
Vehicle engines (auto, truck, motorcycle, RV, etc)
Stainless steel (if more iron than chromium is present) appliances like an oven, dishwasher, washer, or dryer
Metal medicine cabinets interior walls (for vertical space storage)
BBQ hood
Pick-up truck bed interior (no liner)
Delivery van walls (non-aluminum)
Industrial equipment/machinery that have keys or chucks (drills, lathes, forklifts, etc.)
Compressed air/gases tanks
Office filing cabinets
Work/school lockers
Metal shelving

What if I don’t have a ferromagnetic surface available?

Each set comes with six metal stickers with a 3M adhesive foam back for anchoring when no metal surface is available.

Learn more about the product

Magnetic Tool Holder Set see details

StickQuik

Magnetic Organization Grips

Hold This

Miguel Macias created this magnetic tool holder because of his own need for one. The avid weekend mechanic was forever reaching for screwdrivers and wrenches and had no convenient place to keep them.

With design help from his cousin, Marco Galli, they made StickQuik to do the tool-holding job. The small but mighty little bands
can help outside of the garage, too, by holding gardening gear, kitchen utensils, art supplies and more.

Powerful neodymium magnets keep the holders firmly in place—on a car, workbench, or shelf—right where you need them, and can bear weight up to three pounds. And if you want to use a StickQuik on a non-magnetic surface, the included metal stickers let you anchor the handy little holders just about anywhere.
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Quick Questions

What type of surfaces will the magnets stick to?

Here is a list of the most common ferromagnetic materials that a magnet can stick to firmly:
Iron
Cobalt
Nickel
Steel
Manganese
Gadolinium
Lodestone

Will these stick to my stainless steel appliance?

A magnet can stick to stainless steel only if the alloy is more iron than chromium. That's why magnets won't stick to some stainless steel or appliances.

What are some common surfaces that I could stick the magnets to?

Hood range
Vehicle engines (auto, truck, motorcycle, RV, etc)
Stainless steel (if more iron than chromium is present) appliances like an oven, dishwasher, washer, or dryer
Metal medicine cabinets interior walls (for vertical space storage)
BBQ hood
Pick-up truck bed interior (no liner)
Delivery van walls (non-aluminum)
Industrial equipment/machinery that have keys or chucks (drills, lathes, forklifts, etc.)
Compressed air/gases tanks
Office filing cabinets
Work/school lockers
Metal shelving

What if I don’t have a ferromagnetic surface available?

Each set comes with six metal stickers with a 3M adhesive foam back for anchoring when no metal surface is available.

Learn more about the product

Magnetic Tool Holder Set see details