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Cut two 1-by-4s to make the and bottom of a frame to fit behind the pegboard. The frame will be hidden by the pegboard, so you do not have to make mitered joints at the corners.Cut two shorter lengths for the sides of the frame. They will fit between the top and bottom pieces to make a rectangular or square frame.
Dustpan care is similar. Don’t store one sitting on the rubber, because you can permanently warp that lip and ruin your dustpan. Hang it up. Clean your dustpan (and brush, if it comes with one) with some warm soapy water, then shake each out and air-dry.
Treated dust mops have been proven twice as effective as untreated tools. Pre-treated mops offer convenience, labor savings, and insure a properly treated product every time. New, non-petroleum based dust mop treatments give all the benefits of oil-based treatments without the environmental hazards. For correct on-site treating, use two ounces of treatment for every foot of dust mop. For retreating, use one ounce for every foot of dust mop. Before use, a minimum curing time of eight hours is recommended. When chemical treatment is not appropriate, choose a mop that picks up by static attraction making treatment unnecessary.
Mason jars have a different type of lid – sort of a plate and a ring. If paint is left in there for ages and gets onto the plate, you can still pop it off and replace the plate – or both the plate and ring. If paint gets stuck to a baby jar lid, you’ll have a hard time twisting off the lid. Or ……. you could just try not to get any paint on any of the lids until you try to open the jar. Hope that helps.
If you need to travel with your tools, we have great on-the-go storage solutions for your tools and equipment. Truck and job boxes make it easy to transport your tools to the jobsite. Have the tools you need on hand as you work on your projects with tool bags and belts.
If you pull the dust mop backwards, you will leave behind the line of dirt you are pushing. Similar to plowing snow or sweeping with a broom, dust mops push dirt along on their leading edge. This is also why dust mop handles usually swivel. It makes sharp turn much easier.
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In less than an hour you can get that jumble of long-handled yard tools neatly stored in this simple rack. The best part is, the rack will be customized to exactly the tools you want to store. You can place it at any convenient height, as long as there is enough room for the tool handles to hang below. All you need is a length of 1×6 lumber, two 5-in. by 6-in. metal brackets, six 1¼-in. screws, and two 5/8-in. screws.