Most readers here will have recollections of one of the most irritating of life’s ‘little’ irritations. If only these were not small matters. And there you go. They are not. In fact, the inability of a lid to close properly is a rather serious matter indeed. You would have to consider the industry, and you would have to consider the purpose. Fortunately, in most instances, and if only more folks were aware of this, there is always a solution.
In this case, you have what is known as a lid closing machine. In exceptional and, more than likely, rare instances, you’ll have those warehouse type hardware stores stocking up on these machines. To all intents and purposes. These hardware stores are catering for the DIY practitioner’s every whim and need. Skilled DIY practitioners are able to handle their own painting jobs, especially the tricky business of weatherproofing exterior walls.
Needless to say, not a drop of weatherproofing solution and paint goes to waste. Let’s just say that in this day and age, every last drop should count. Paint can last longer than its product label suggests. That is to say you have the use of a fine lid closing machine. On the heavy industry scale, lid closing machines would be essential apparatuses on every industrialist’s inventory list. Make or break there never needs to be.
Harmful or toxic chemicals can be safeguarded. And many other industrial use chemical solutions need to be air locked or tightly sealed to preserve its integrity. Sensitive materials do not last if they are not preserved correctly within its containers. Lids must close properly at all times. And having a lid closing machine handy ensures that this remains the case. And yes, lids can close all of the time.