I liked this product so much I bought a second similar item (stupidly I didn’t buy this item again, my mistake) the second broom organizer had all these ranting 5 star reviews. Too many untrue reviews!! Once seeing that product compared to this one I realized I had been duped by people leaving 5 star reviews for products they didn’t actually pay for and probably didn’t use. I came back to buy this one again and update my review so hopefully someone else won’t make the same mistake.

Gladiator storage components assist you in giving the hardest to store items a home of their own. You can even keep your wheel barrow out of the way with a Garageworks friction hook. Choose from S hooks, J&L hooks, storage bin holders, and much more.

You are a creative genius! I am so glad I found you at A Creative Princess! We just moved our shed this past holiday weekend. It will now be used as my garden shed for all of my garden tools. I was going to go buy pegboard but now that I see this, nope, not gonna do it! I will be buying some PVC instead! I will be posting on my blog once everything is in place! I would love it if you popped over and shared this at my party going on now at

I’ve been writing for Wirecutter since 2012, researching and testing home goods like cutting boards, kitchen thermometers, and paper towels. I also own a more than 100-year-old home with roughly 1,500 square feet of hardwood floor, along with sealed tile and stick-on vinyl. I co-own a coworking space with both engineered wood floors and tile in the bathroom. In short, I’ve spent a lot of time comparing products, and even more time cleaning floors.

Not all FRP and plastic panels can be installed directly to wall studs; a lot of are designed to go over drywall or wood sheathing. Examine the setup guidelines to verify whether your panels can go directly over the studs.

– for the garage ceiling under a habitable room: 5/8 Type X gypsum board or equivalent [Type-X gypsum board is defined as that which will pass a 1 hour fire-rating assembly test when attached to both sides of a stud, etc.That happens to be 5/8 thick fire-resistant gypsum board. The code garage separation requirement only requires the board to be applied to the ceiling which does not, by itself, create a fire-rated floor-ceiling assembly.]

All gardeners, even the newbie ones, have some tools and supplies they need to know how to organize. Storing tool improperly can only lead to a mess pretty quickly. In order to avoid this problem, you need to know how to store your tools and supplies in an organized manner.

At age six, he was brought back to race in the United States where the II suffix was added to his name to distinguish him from an American racehorse (a mare foaled in 1905) already named Whisk Broom.[4] Under trainer James G. Rowe, Sr. Whisk Broom II became the first of only four horses to win the three races that compose the New York Handicap Triple Crown Series. In his American campaign he was ridden by Joe Notter.[5]

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Stack them horizontally and vertically, using some as bases to vary heights. Once you’ve established a layout, connect crates with wood screws and collars near the corners. Use cup hooks to hang smaller items, such as trowels, funnels, and scissors. If your need for storage grows, you can easily reconfigure the system.

These panels, made from medium density fiberboard (MDF), have overlapping layers and look a little like vinyl exterior siding. They could be attached to drywall, stonework or wood studs, and also the slats give sufficient possibility for attaching hooks and also shelves.

Our tool shed was a disaster waiting to happen. Not only was I worried about tools falling over, but also stepping on sharp or pointed tools scattered on the ground. This takes care of both. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

Garage illumination. Ever aimed to access your garage from the front in the evening, without lights? If you’re lucky, you could get a little lighting from close-by lighting, yet it’s even more helpful to have lights right where you need them.

I have a problem in my garage. I have many shovels, rakes, snow shovels, a hoe, and many long-handled garden tools. I have nowhere to put them, though. My garage does not have inside walls, just the main beams, and I cannot put nails into the thin wood of the walls or I can damage the siding. Where should I store all of my long-handled tools? Any suggestions? And please don’t tell me to get rid of some, this is not an option. Thanks for your help!

This basically works to sweep out debris from my vehicle floorboards, however, I then spend moretime sweeping up the pieces of the broom that break off. After a couple of weeks of use, so many pieces have broken off that now it is quite wimpy. I really want to like it, but it has barely any strength left to be effective. I might try another one as maybe I just happens to get a defective one.

A sturdy cabinet can be ideal for tucking tools, bags of soil, and other supplies out of sight. If you have children, choose a style with lockable doors to secure dangerous items, such as sharp tools, weed and insecticide.

Overhead shelving attaches to your ceiling joists, keeping less frequently used items out of the way. These shelves are ideal for seasonal items. Use plastic storage bins so you can easily see what’s inside and keep everything dust-free.

The mopping action worked well – we spilled jelly on the floor and it wiped it up in one pass. We liked the attached scrubber but it was not easy to use. The steam mop got to 183 degrees Fahrenheit, so wear socks when you clean.

It really is hard to get motivated when you’re garage looks like a dump. The last thing I want to do is spend 20 minutes looking for the rake. Fortunately, with a few simple storage ideas and clever tips, you can keep your garage clean and organized. I’ve rounded up a few cheap, easy and downright brilliant garage organization ideas that will make your visit to the garage, well, not so overwhelming.

The Reliable Steamboy Pro 300CU 3-in-1 Steam and Scrub Mop can switch between a steam pad and a very stiff scrub brush, once you press with your foot to release one triangular section and press the mop onto the other. The switching mechanism works pretty well, but it’s a niche need, considering how small the terrycloth mop pad is and how often you’ll need to clean it for any sizable room cleaning. Small isn’t necessarily a dealbreaker for everyone, but the head is also more limited in flexibility than the one on the Bissell PowerFresh.