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Chair railing is typically used to break up a wall, but it can also act as a practical yet decorative way to display shoes. Take advantage of free space on closet walls by installing chair railing or crown molding to hang heels, and add drawer pulls to the rail to hang flats just as easily. It will keep your most frequently worn shoes visible and easy to access. Paint the chair rail in an accent color to add a splash of color. Design by Janet Lee

From busy kitchens to school hallways, mops are the simple and effective way to keeping floors sparkling clean. Mops are essential for keeping hard floors clean for each business day. But with the large selection, how do you know which wet mop type is best for your business?

I got this to go with the mop (271369824) and bucket (407UPP10) from Webstaurant. What I like about this style is that it can release the mop so that you can wash it. It’s quite the money saver to be able to clean it versus having to buy a new one once it becomes heavily soiled.

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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.

Where the Twist & Shout really shines is in its wringer technology. Most spin mop bucket systems have a foot-operated pedal that you have to push down to get the wringer to spin. However, this system can still leave the mop head quite wet, and foot pedals get poor reviews for long-term durability. The Twist & Shout, on the other hand, has the spin action integrated into the wringer itself. You just lock the mop handle, stick it in the wringer and it twists and spins to wring out the excess water. Reviewers say the wringer does a great job of squeezing out almost every bit of excess liquid, so the final go-over leaves floors damp, not wet, speeding the drying process.

Like most microfiber mop pads, these O-Cedar pads are machine-washable, and the manufacturer says they should withstand about 100 trips through the washer before being replaced with an O-Cedar Microfiber Flip Mop Refill (Est. $9). Though O-Cedar touts the mop pads’ scrubbing strips, a handful of reviewers say the mop head is not built for heavy-duty scrubbing since it can’t withstand a lot of pressure on the split pads. Some also say the mop head comes loose from the handle too easily.

Metal pegboard strips are ideal for situations where you need a single, sturdy strip of pegboard—like in the garage for hanging long-handled tools. The strips have 1/4-in. holes and built-in edge flanges for standoffs, and they’re outrageously sturdy.

Please consult your local building codes before purchase. Lifetime sheds are designed to be built on a flat level foundation of wood decking or concrete (not included). The building can be anchored in each corner of the floor. Anchoring hardware is not included. Not including construction of the foundation, you can expect assembly time of the shed to take up to 6 hrs for 2 adults to complete.

Invader® side-gate wet-mop handle with easy-change design allows you to quickly slide mop heads on or off. Adjustable thumb wheel enables stress-free, tight and secure clamp down. Solvent- and acid-resistant frame.

Solution: Keep the products you use most in a handled caddy. Store the rest in a spot that is accessible but not in the way. A lazy Susan makes infrequently used items, such as polishes and waxes, easy to find when you need them.

Solution: Mount mop and broom holders on the back of the closet door. (Try the Crawford Spring Grip; $4, acehardware.com.) They’ll be out of the way and can air-dry. Even better, for ventilation, insert a screen panel on the lower half of the door.

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Extras: Customize your broom cupboard with a wall-mounted holder designed to keep long-handled items like brooms, mops and dusters upright and out of the way. A separate upper cabinet for heavy-duty cleaning supplies allows for latching, which is especially important if there are kids in the house.

You don’t have to be a cabinetmaker to build big, sturdy cabinets— especially if you build them in place. All you have to do is screw 2x2s to the wall and ceiling and then screw plywood panels to the 2x2s to form the top, bottom and sides of cabinet boxes. This approach is simple, fast and economical; the materials cost about $250.

Fans of the O-Cedar Microfiber Cloth Mop (Est. $9) say this mop is the one to beat for absorbency and ease of use, especially when they pair it with the equally well-reviewed O-Cedar Quick Wring Bucket (Est. $9). Users say the mop head soaks up messes effectively and does an excellent job of cleaning floors without leaving streaks. The bucket is easy to use with this floor mop. Just put the mop head into the wringer and push down; the wringer collapses around the mop head, squeezing out excess liquid. It’s not as efficient as heavier, traditional wringers, owners say, but is great for casual home use. Plenty of people also use the O-Cedar Microfiber Cloth Mop without the bucket, wringing it out manually. Most say that’s easy to do, and some prefer it, saying that bucket wringers are flimsy or they like to control how much moisture to leave in the mop head. One tip: Wearing rubber gloves may make manual wringing easier.

While the Twist & Shout has a traditional round microfiber mop head, the O-Cedar EasyWring uses a triangular microfiber mop head that reviewers say is great for cleaning tight corners. The O-Cedar Easy Wring Spin Mop Refill (Est. $8) can be washed up to 10 times. The mop head also pivots and, like the Twist & Shout, the handle can lie nearly flat to clean under furniture. The handle can adjust from 33 to 51 inches — note that if you’re tall, you’ll get an extra 5 inches with the Twist & Shout. Again, some reviewers say the product is flimsy, and some complain that the handle doesn’t stay locked during use.

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Having a well-organized garage and tool shed makes it easier to find the tools and equipment you need right away. Menards® has the products you need to clear the clutter and find a place for everything with yard buildings, outdoor storage, and accessories.

Mop handles without frames are often called telescope or telescopic poles. They can be screwed or pressed into various mop frames and heads to allow full customization and can extend and retract to fit any user’s height. They are also useful when trying to clean hard-to-reach areas. Be advised, some mop frames and heads may only fit certain types of of telescopic poles. Additional research is required to figure out which frames and heads are compatible.

Use super-narrow spaces – Storage for all those essential mops, brooms and brushes does not need to be wide: a space as narrow as 20cm can be enough. Exploit forgotten corners, too. A narrow space down the side of a tall cupboard or fridge can become accessible and useful if you install pull-out storage, like this sliding set of hooks.

We then moved onto the mopping itself. Throughout, we used the mops as directed by the manufacturers (when guidance was given) or as our experts advised. For the sponge and spin mops, that meant wiping back and forth in overlapping strokes; for the cloth and string mops, it meant wiping straight along the baseboards, and then mopping the floors in a tight figure-eight pattern—for more on our mopping methods, see how to mop like a pro.

Mop, broom and cleaning supplies are stored in doors with built-in shelving and hooks. This is really the ultimate space saver, as there is no need for either a stand-alone broom closet or a separate laundry room — this laundry niche does it all.