The mounting brackets were not in the original package but customer service was very friendly and apologetic and sent them immediately. I love this rack. Make sure it is really solidly mounted though. I had a hard time getting the screws in so drilled the holes a little bigger – big mistake. The rack fell off the wall once it had tools on it. It has excellent storage capacity and versatility and is very solid. I want another one.
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Keep all of your tools organized in one place with this Tool Tower Rack. Front clips allow head-down storage and ensures stability. For easy transport, four castors help move tools to where you need t…
Philippa Forrester had stayed with Children’s BBC and presented short bursts of Children’s BBC in the mornings as her studies permitted. She also provided holiday cover for the afternoons, becoming the first female presenter to do so since Debbie Flint.
The Swiffer also feels cheap and poorly made compared with most dust mops we tested. The snap-in pole (you know, the kind with the little buttons you press in) is separated into four segments, and they assemble into a rattly, flimsy handle that flexes under light pressure and is uncomfortable to hold. Our pick, the O-Cedar Dual-Action Flip Mop, has a solid plastic-coated steel pole that doesn’t creak or flex under ordinary pressure.
Declutter the quick and easy way by storing your shoes in a shoe rack. Get in the habit of kicking them off so you know where they are when you need them. Your home and family will thank you for the extra effort. This home storage solution will keep your summer and winter shoes in storage through the season. You’ll also keep tracked in dirt to a minimum.
So, knowing the hanger is plastic, it does what it’s supposed to. I bought it when it was on sale for a fraction of the usual price. At the higher price it would have been a “no way”. You get what you pay for. The tool rack and a small cardboard retail pegboard hanger. There are NO instructions of any kind and no fastening devices like screws. Since it was actually designed to be used with Suncast sheds I was hoping it would snap or somehow fit into premade notches formed into the shed but no such luck. Since you have to screw it to the plastic walls of the shed it is no better of a rack than anything you would buy at the hardware store.
Use a 4-ft. level to draw a line on the wall at your chosen height. Use a stud sensor to find the two studs that fall closest to where you want the ends of your rack to be. Center the brackets over the studs and with the line passing through the top holes of each bracket’s long leg. Mark for the screw holes. Pre-drill and then attach the brackets with 1¼-in. screws.
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
A new face came to Children’s BBC on 1 April 1986, to allow Phillip to take a holiday and to present the 1986 series of Take Two. She was a one-time contestant on Bruce Forsyth’s Generation Game and her name was Debbie Flint.
Debbie hosted Children’s BBC for eight weeks before Phillip returned. Her link features included Silly Snaps, where amusing photographs sent in by viewers were shown. Debbie also had a bizarre obsession with wigwams. She called her producer – also never seen in vision – Aristotle.
Keep your long handled gardening tools organized without taking up a lot of space with this Stalwart compact garden tool rack! don’t have a lot of space?. don’t have a lot of tools?. Easy to assemble,…
Cost: Wall storage systems can cost from $200 to $600 (and up), depending on size and features. You can install a pegboard for $100 or less, using materials from the hardware store and your own labor.
You might expect that the larger a broom’s surface area, the faster it will be at sweeping up messes. However, during our tests, we found that brooms with large heads tend to have stiff bristles that are less effective at sweeping up tiny specks. Our runner-up broom actually has a larger, 12.5-inch-wide head compared with the Casabella’s, which is 11 inches wide. Both heads are similar in thickness; our pick ranges from 1.5 to 2 inches thick and the Libman ranges from 1.25 to 2 inches thick. And yet the Casabella is the superior sweeper.
Lift the handle of the mop from the bottom part of the mop holder, once the handle of the mop is inside the slot, release your hand, the rolling ball will automatically grip the mop handle. If you wan…
The sweeping surface is about 5.5 inches wide. We would have liked to see a wider brush to speed up the cleaning process, but the Up & Up’s brush was better at sweeping than the wider brushes we tested. It was the only brush we tested with flagged bristles for capturing dust, and its medium-stiffness bristles were the best at getting debris into the dustpan. Other brushes had floppy, unflagged bristles that flung dust into the air and left lots of residue on the floor.
Mount multi-tiered art exhibits that are sure to energize private and public spaces. Install plate rails, picture ledges, and shelves that boast a lip or groove (to hold artworks in place) and stock them with kids’ artworks, flea-market canvases, seasonal images, and family photos.
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A specially constructed yellow set was installed in the continuity booth for the first time. This was yellow in colour with two-tone blue edging, and allowed for the display of many more viewer pictures than previously.
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As well as over-strenuous standards, housebuilding is now being held back by the absurd Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), whereby buyers of new homes bear the brunt of the cost of new roads, schools and playgrounds, even though these facilities are used just as much by the occupants of existing housing. In parts of Hammersmith buyers of new homes must pay £400 in CIL per square metre. That’s a mighty expensive doormat.
The broom cupboard ban is an indication of just how far we are from solving the national housing crisis. We have published standards covering everything from space to energy consumption, but few measures to ensure that sufficient homes get built. The government has adopted the approach of Nye Bevan, who insisted on high-spec council housing on plots large enough for the occupants to grow vegetables, so as to avoid creating what he called the ‘slums of tomorrow’. His insistence on those standards increased costs and land-take, slowing down the Attlee government’s housing programme. Housebuilding actually fell in 1949, failing to pick up again until 1952 when the Conservatives returned to power.
This fun Industrial Wire Cubby Jet Shelf from RH baby & child gives a warehouse aesthetic to a child’s bedroom, playroom or family game room. Made of wire for rigidity and strength, this wall shelf with personality can be hung left or right and help you control clutter and organize items you want to find quickly.
Features and running gags continued to populate the link time. Andy was a compulsive nail-biter, and his efforts to stave off the habit were chronicled occasionally with the bringing out of the Nail File, which contained suggestions sent in by viewers.
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The Black+Decker Angle Broom (261019) is not as good at picking up dust as our top pick or runner-up. According to two of our testers, its bristles aren’t as plentiful or dense, which limits its usefulness. Since it’s more expensive than both of our picks and is prone to flinging rather than picking up dust particles, we don’t recommend it. The sharp angle is great for digging out dirt stuck in corners, however.
I was using the OXO broom that the dustpan came with. I am not the only one who reports having this problem (some of the lower star reviews complain about this on amazon). I wonder if my flooring is to blame (tile).