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Old 09-24-2013, 11:17 AM
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Default Safes that are camoflaged as something else or hidden?

I need to get a larger safe within the next year. Currently, the only place to put a safe is in the garage (until my 25 yr old daughter gets married and moves out).

My dilemma is the garage is my man cave, where I hang out and watch MLB and NFL. I frequently leave the garage door open when I'm in there. So, I want a safe that doesn't look like a safe, or that look like something else. My thought was a safe that looks like a fridge. Does anyone make such a safe?

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Get an old fridge, remove the doors, hollow them out and attach them to your safe.
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Build a wooden frame and cover it with plywood. I personally use the same box that the safe came in.
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See the "gas pump" ??

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Uh team... Thats cool and all... But delete that pic?
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See the "gas pump" ??

Now that's freaking cool! Can you show us the gas pump up close and opened up to reveal the safe?

The bed and couch safes, while cool, wont work in a garage setting. And neither appears to be a real safe. I want a true fire proof safe that's hidden. Not a cheap steel box that any thief could break into with a screwdriver or crowbar!
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I can help out with the daughter situation, pops..
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I just got my Sturdy bolted down yesterday and am in the same boat. I'm trying to find some type of refrigerator decal or magnet to disguise it. Might hit the local vinyl shops to see what they can do as well.
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It's not a gun safe - it's a beer fridge but it COULD be anything.

Just throwing a thought out there.

The kits to make it look like that are on line. Just look up gas pump fridge.

http://www.dragraceresults.com/artic...-fuel_kit.html

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/too-64-4-21

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Ooooohhhhhh. Okay thats okay. I actually know someone who made a cabinet out of a vintage coke vending machine.
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OP - It's all about camouflage. My garage is my man cave and also a part time motorcycle shop. I have mine installed in such a way that it just blends in, and noone even notices it but the most observant people who are also gun owners.
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OP - It's all about camouflage. My garage is my man cave and also a part time motorcycle shop. I have mine installed in such a way that it just blends in, and noone even notices it but the most observant people who are also gun owners.
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I just hang a blandly colored, nondescript cloth over my safe and it pretty much disappears to the casual observer. It's not elegant but it's effective and inexpensive.
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I'm going to make mine look like a port-a-potty.
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Dunno about capacity...
Is her capacity measured in Cokes or Cox?

I think he meant this kind of Coke machine...

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I'd want one of those but instead of a gas pump, have it look like a fridge.
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"used coke machine" LOL I am LMAO!!!!!!!!
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Just a plain ole box store variety pre fab particle board cabinet. So many people have them in their garage, nobody would think twice.
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Or the safe could just as easily be one of the white full length storage cabinets.

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It's not a gun safe - it's a beer fridge but it COULD be anything.

Just throwing a thought out there.

The kits to make it look like that are on line. Just look up gas pump fridge.

http://www.dragraceresults.com/artic...-fuel_kit.html

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/too-64-4-21
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my problem with a gun safe in the garage is that it took me about 2 weeks of having my safe in the garage to realize its probably not a good idea to have the safe that close to my plasma cutter, my welders and other various tools. I moved it into the house away from those tools.
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My dilemma is the garage is my man cave, where I hang out and watch MLB and NFL. I frequently leave the garage door open when I'm in there. So, I want a safe that doesn't look like a safe, or that look like something else. My thought was a safe that looks like a fridge.
My only concern with your plan is this: say you're hanging out in your garage with the door open and you're watching a game. A neighbor wanders by, sees the game on and stops to ask you about the score. You two start talking sports and next thing you know, he asks you if he can grab a beer or drink from the fridge...
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Or he jusy helps himself!
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One way to disguise a safe in a garage is to place it in a corner against a wall that's common with the house, then frame a wall around it with 2x4's & sheet rock. Put a closet door with a basic key-lock door knob (no high-security locks). Put the following sign on the door: "Water Heater"

For added effect, get one of these water heater warning signs and stick it on the door:



(Of course, this idea only works if your water heater isn't already exposed in your garage.)
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I just hang a blandly colored, nondescript cloth over my safe and it pretty much disappears to the casual observer. It's not elegant but it's effective and inexpensive.
That's what I was thinking too. Maybe a tarp or some kind of banner to hang on the front so you won't notice it if the garage door is open and someone is walking by.
If not that, put a bunch of magnets or stickers on the front to conceal the brand name.
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That's what I was thinking too. Maybe a tarp or some kind of banner to hang on the front so you won't notice it if the garage door is open and someone is walking by.
If not that, put a bunch of magnets or stickers on the front to conceal the brand name.
You will want to conceal not only the brand name, but any safe-like features in general. The dial or electric keypad for example, and the hand wheel or latch handle should also not be obvious.
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Ditto. An old mattress pad draped over it with some crap stacked on top - would like a fridge from a distance.
People generally don't drape blankets over operating refrigerators, and people generally don't bother to store refrigerators that are not operational. If it were me and I saw a large safe-sized object under a tarp or blanket, I'd assume it was a safe. I'm sure any thief with a little street-smarts would assume the same.
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I just completed building a cabinet for my safe yesterday and now I can open up my garage door without the large cardboard covering the safe.

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I'm going to make mine look like a port-a-potty.
I was thinking it would be better not use a vintage coke machine or gas pump, thieves know their value. A port-a-potty would be great, lol.
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I installed an electronic RFID shotgun rack inside a closet. This thing is the fastest thing I could find balancing speed with security. I just hung a jacket over it and it looks like a coat rack! My shotgun is ready to go. The price is higher than other options but this thing is a tank! I was surprised to get more than I paid for.

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That's what I was thinking too. Maybe a tarp or some kind of banner to hang on the front so you won't notice it if the garage door is open and someone is walking by.
If not that, put a bunch of magnets or stickers on the front to conceal the brand name.
I use magnets to hold up an American Flag on one safe and Stars and Bars on the other Then park a car in front of the whole business
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use magnets to hold up an American Flag on one safe and Stars and Bars on the other
I was thinking of using a U.S. Flag to drape over it too haha. I have cleaning supplies on top of my safe so I could use that to anchor it.
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People generally don't drape blankets over operating refrigerators, and people generally don't bother to store refrigerators that are not operational. If it were me and I saw a large safe-sized object under a tarp or blanket, I'd assume it was a safe. I'm sure any thief with a little street-smarts would assume the same.
The idea is not to make it look like something it isn't, rather it's just a way to hide the characteristics of a safe from the casual walker-by. You're right, a blanket over a safe will not dissuade a thief, it's only there to make sure he doesn't look twice as he's passing your open garage.
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Grab a couple large moving boxes, cut the tops and bottoms and then place them over the safe in such a way that they just look like a couple moving boxes "stacked" on top of each other (the safe would be in the middle of them where you made the cut outs).

A fridge box is kinda a dead giveaway, putting them in an old water heater is an interesting idea but not fireproof...course you could just get a Snap-safe and bring the pieces up into your attic to assemble the safe in a spot that is structurally sound....
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