Steel pegboards are functional and they look great in the garage. If you need a handy solution for tool storage and you want to stick with the steel look, these are great and they are inexpensive. You just mount the pegboard to the wall and hang tools from steel hooks. You can also add smaller bins and baskets for nail and screw storage. Via: Amazon.com – Wall Control 30-WGL-200GVB Galvanized Steel Pegboard Tool Organizer
Organize all your yard tools with the Monkey Bar Large Yard Tool Rack. This rack will securely store 12-20 yard tools off the floor. Only 4 screws into 2 studs 48 in. apart and you’re finished. No longer do you have to hang yard tools on nails on the wall where studs exist; this gives you the versatility to store everything off the ground and regain valuable floor space. This rack does not limit you on the size of yard tools; you can hang a wheel barrow, shovels, rakes, weed eaters, leaf blowers, and hedge clippers.
Forget Target; check IKEA for a cheap-and-cheerful dustpan and brush combination. Their Blaska dust pan and brush combo is a steal at $1.99. At that price you can buy a spare for a workshop or garage and still come out ahead of the game.
The right tools and equipment are essential for any home improvement project, but readily finding these items is just as important. Fortunately, Menards® has great storage solutions to protect, store, and organize your tools and equipment.
The dimensions of this tower 20.5 D x 38 W x 34.4 H and is meant for indoors, but it could be outdoors. The only problem with that is I think the sun (living in Arizona), ends up destroying/weakening the plastic over time. When used inside, the heat won’t melt the plastic but when the sun takes its toll on it, it would weaken the integrity of the structure, which may cause it to break or bend. And last but not least, it doesn’t appear to be able to attach to any walls. If it is top heavy it may come down, but it seems pretty sturdy to me.
How: Houzz user Kara Gilbert sent in this photo of her organized broom closet with a shoe rack on the back of the door — perfect when you need to make a closet work as hard as possible. The shoe rack holds first-aid supplies and toiletries in labeled pouches, while bins on open shelving provide ample storage. A small wall-mounted holder keeps cleaning tools out of the way, and a vacuum with a small footprint sits on the floor.
It is very good quality and very comfortable to use. It is quite big in one dimension so it saves lots of effort to mop; and it was relatively narrow at the other dimension so that you could reach corners. The mop can go with any angle and it is easy to reach all wall corners and even underneath fur… see moreof Jen’s review
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The phone-in game for this season was called Alphabet Attack. Like the Children’s BBC opening and closing animation, this was powered by an Acorn Archimedes computer. Players would be given a subject, and would then be asked to name something associated with said topic beginning with a letter generated by the computer. The operator of the game had control over letters selected, and on occasions when a phone line failed and a caller played against a presenter instead, the latter would be given hugely difficult letters – English town names beginning with X, for example.
Garden Smart – 6 Tier Drying Rack – Black. Use to easily dry flowers and herbs featuring snap together clips to quickly add or remove shelves. Topless tiers allow for 360 degree access to contents. Snap together buckles to quickly add or remove shelves.
I am replacing the Suncast 4 foot tool hanger with one just like it that had pulled away from the wall and split in two. I guess I had a little too much weight on it. It’s too bad that this product is not made of metal. It would be much better if it were. It’s made of heavy plastic. That’s why I gave it 3 stars. Also, if you put more than one tool on each handle holder they tend to slid off. I drilled a two inch screw into the top edge of each handle near the end to stop the slipping off problem. I would not have bought this product again except that it is the perfect size for my garage space. The first one lasted around 10 years, so that’s not too bad. If I can get another 10 years service out of this replacement tool hanger then I’ll be satisfied before I have to replace it again. It’s not the best product out there, but if you don’t put too much weight on it it should last a long time. Also, it is helpful if you can find a large metal washer and put it between the screw you put into the wall and on top of the plastic. This gives it more strength and makes it less likely to pull away from the wall.