Dad transforms ordinary toolbox into coolest diaper-changing station: ‘This is genius’

A car-loving dad made his son the coolest changing station out of a freight toolbox. 

Getting organized when you have a newborn in tow is key. To prepare for the arrival of his son, TikToker @brendon514 created a “Crap-on” diaper station. The father converted a simple toolbox into the perfect storage center for all his baby boy’s bathroom-related needs. 

“This is our ‘Crap-on’ diaper changing station. It’s a Harbor Freight toolbox. Obviously, I’m not spending Snap-on money for a s*** table,” the father joked

The dad converted the Harbor Freight toolbox into an elaborate changing station for his son. He added padding to the top of the toolbox to create the changing table. 

The bottom section had an extra stock of diapers, pad sheets and baby wipes. Meanwhile, a side shelf had his son’s “butt” accessories such as ointments and lotions. Each drawer contained other essentials like bibs, onesies and swaddles. The last drawer contained one final necessity: junk.

“And every mechanic needs to know about the junk drawer. Teach them early about the junk drawer,” the dad said

The customized diaper-changing station received over 15.4 million views and 2.3 million likes on TikTok

“Love this, and I’m a nanny. This is genius,” a person wrote

“This is amazing! if I ever have another little one, I’m definitely doing this,” another said

“I wish I had thought of this when my kids were babies,” someone commented

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