Keeping nails and screws, as well as other small items, organized is easy when you simply take empty jars and mount them underneath shelving. You just use a screw through the lid of the jar and then the jar screws onto the lid. This not only keeps those smaller items within reach, it helps to give you more shelf space for other things. Via: Chezlarsson – Screw Organizing!

Pulling out a vacuum cleaner for a few dust bunnies seemed like overkill, so I decided that an old fashioned dust mop would be exactly what I needed. This Bona microfiber is anything but old school, however. Both the dusting cloth and the microfiber mopping cloth are about 3” longer and 1” wider than the 15” x 4” mop base and have two strips of velcro on their bottoms. The smaller fabric base of the mop allows the velcro pads to attach easily without requiring exact placement.

Rubbermaid’s deluxe tool tower makes storing long-handled tools a snap—even if you don’t have much wall space. There are other configurations, including a triangle-shape version for corners. See how to build your own.

Spray mops aim to be the most convenient floor mop you can own. They include a container for cleaning solution that’s attached to the mop handle and disposable pads that attach to the base. Just spray, mop and discard the pad when it’s too dirty. There’s a cost to this convenience, of course: Pads and cleaner refills can be expensive, and the mops operate on battery power, so batteries have to be replaced. Some also worry about the environmental impact of disposable accessories, although some mops have refillable containers that can use any type of cleaning solution and washable, reusable pads. Also, spray mops are just for light cleaning and will not absorb water like a traditional floor mop.

This compact rack is strong and simple to build. You can store shovels, rakes, a sledgehammer—any long-handled tools—conveniently up and out of the way. The unit holds up to 14 items, giving you more flexibility and storage capacity than nails pounded in the wall. See how to build it.

Our Power Broom houses four nozzles that roll along at a constant height. In addition to being MUCH less fatiguing, the Power Broom helps prevent accidental damage that can occur with a single high pressure nozzle. Plus, it gets the cleaning done up to 4X FASTER!

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Making a basket out of unused water is a creative idea. Not only this DIY hose basket looks unique but hold the tools and securely keep them on the wall. If you look around carefully, you can come up with your own storage solution like this.

An efficient tool storage system is one that allows you to access often used tools – and even the less frequently used ones, without the need to take out other tools. One of the secrets of a safe and efficient workshop is an organized and accessible tool storage system.

Keep your most-used tools organized and dust-free with a customized cabinet. This design serves double-duty as a mini shop desk that’s perfect for crafting small projects. It also includes tool cubbies and a convenient charging station.

Gardening tools – Of course, a shed is a natural place for the tools you use for gardening, potting up plants and working on your landscape. Extra pots, shovels and pitchforks are the only accessories you’ll ever need.

Part of the FastTrack Garage Organization System, the Ladder Hook stores your ladders vertically or horizontally (two hooks required for horizontal storage). Its “soft grip’ coating protects it from nicks and scratches. A locking gripper and push/pull lever make it easy to attach and adjust on the rail so you can create a customized garage storage system that can change as your storage needs change.

Don’t leave your tool collection piled in a drawer or on a shelf. Designate a spot for each item in one of our tool chests and boxes, so you can spend less time searching for specific tools and more time working on your projects. Storage racks and containers are also great options to organize your tools and hardware. Storing your equipment on freestanding shelving units and components will make them more visible and easily accessible. Keep your tools and equipment off the ground with our wall-mounted storage systems. Work supports and workbenches can provide a place for you to work on your projects and store your tools once you’re done for the day. Protect your tools and equipment from dust and moisture by storing them in a garage cabinet system.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Erik from Great Product & Substitute for Multi-Purpose Hook I purchased 3 of these attachments, 2 for my ladder & one for my handled shovels (as a substitute for the multi-purpose hook). The ladder hooks work wonderful for the ladders. I think people should consider utilizing these for their handled shovels. The rounded hook holds handled shovels wonderfully. I am holding my 2 snow shovels and a 3rd small yard shovel with no problem.

Store router bits, drill bits, screwdrivers, awls, pencils, Allen wrenches and hole saws in a chunk of 1-1/2-in.-thick rigid foam insulation. To make this pointy-tool pincushion, just glue the foam to 1/2- in. plywood sized an inch wider than the foam. Be sure to use foam-compatible adhesive (PL 500 is one). Then press the foam into place and let it dry for a few hours. Punch holes for the accessories by rotating a small-diameter Phillips screwdriver or an awl at a slight angle into the foam. The tools will widen the holes to fit as you push them in. Screw the plywood to a shop wall over your workbench and load it up!

Have old pallets that you need to get rid of? Why not make a bike rack to get your garage organized? Even if you don’t have a couple of pallets laying around, they are really inexpensive and give you the perfect opportunity to better organize those bicycles. You just have to lean the pallets together, one on the ground and one on the wall. Then just park your bikes into the open sections. Via: Flickr

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If you have little room to park your car, cleaning up and getting things organized will help immensely. You can hang a pegboard, which are really inexpensive by the way, and make more floor space. Just get a few hooks to hang tools and garden supplies. You can also hang baskets and small totes from hooks to keep smaller items put away. Via: MSN – Reclaim Your Parking Space

This item Home- It Mop and Broom Holder, 5 position with 6 hooks garage storage Holds up to 11 Tools, storage solutions for broom holders, garage storage systems broom organizer for garage shelving ideas

Another alternative to the Swiffer WetJet, just in case it’s sold out, is the O-Cedar ProMist Microfiber Spray Mop (Est. $25). It also features a refillable bottle that can be used with any cleaning solution. While the mop comes with a washable, reusable microfiber pad, O-Cedar ProMist Disposable Refills (Est. $7 for 10) are also available; they can be washed up to five times before discarding.

Flooring contractors will tell you when looking for the best to care for hardwood floors use Bona. The Bona Hardwood Floor Mop Motion is a premium spray mop with sonic motion power that gives an extra cleaning boost so you spend less time on stuck on messes. Combines Bona’s premium no-residue cleaner with a durable, high quality microfiber mop.

We’ve found you 40 budget-friendly DIY projects that will easily help out any garage. Whether you’d just like to make it better for your family to use, or you’d like to improve it for your own DIY projects, there’s something here for everyone! Best of all, there are projects here that are ideal for beginners or more advanced DIY-ers to try.

Read what our customers have to say. We’ve tested and refined this product to come up with a simple yet sleek design that’s truly effective in holding your tools up. Some holders offer more slots or hooks but this compromises the ability of the holders to carry all that additional weight. Buy only Best Broom Holder today!

Rated 5 out of 5 by ArborLake from Awesome System I used these hooks to get my card table chairs off the garage floor and they work great and look great. I stand in my garage and just admire how neat the system looks. A pair of hooks will hold 4 folding chairs (with cloth bottoms and backs). I’m expanding the system throughout my garage to get almost everything up off the floor.

When you need storage above your wall unit, Monkey Bars has the solution. Engineered of steel for durability, the system offers custom solutions to get tools and materials off the garage floor and out of your way—but still within reach. You can modify the hook-and-bar system to fit changing storage needs in the future.