I had to share. I don’t know what the internet has become, but this is one of the worst articles I’ve ever read. It said the same things over and over again. None of the so-called tips are useful in the least. Organize a wall! Organize a corner! Organize an area! Not helpful.

This product works great. I have it in a closet for brooms, mops and other stuff that I don’t want on the floor. The knobs hold tightly and the pull out hooks provide hanging space for small stuff. A really good broom holder that could be used for larger tools, garden tools, hoses, just about anything you want.

If you tend to keep garden items in the garage, why not give them their own little home? In just one weekend you could build the perfect place to keep those garden items and get them completely out of your garage. The closet gives you space for larger garden tools, hanging plastic bins and a number of other things that you may need to store. Via: Familyhandyman – Garden Closet Storage Project

Founded in 1977, Harbor Freight Tools is the leading discount tool retailer in the U.S. selling great quality tools at ridiculously low prices in over 850 stores nationwide and on its website www.harborfreight.com. Harbor Freight Tools stocks over 7,000 items in categories including automotive, air and power tools, shop equipment and hand tools. With a commitment to quality and a lifetime guarantee on all hand tools, Harbor Freight Tools is a favorite of automotive and truck repair shops, government agencies, schools, manufacturers, contractors and tool enthusiasts who want top-quality and great selection and value. The results speak for themselves – with over 40 million customers and thousands of people switching to Harbor Freight Tools every day.

In addition to the power tool hook, Rubbermaid’s FastTrack garage wall system offers other storage solutions customized to individual needs. A variety of shelves, bins, hooks and hangers are available to hold just about anything you’d want to keep in your garge or shed.

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Whether you are looking to keep tools neat and tidy, need a solution for bikes and other large items or you simply want a great way to clean up, there are a number of ways that you can organize your garage. Shelves are always great, especially when you add labeled totes. You can also use pegboards, hooks and even build a recycling center from a few strips of wood and plastic bins. Via: Babble – 10 Ways to Organize the Garage

Keep all your hand tools within easy reach in a portable 16-in. pine carton. Build one from a 1×8 x 12-ft. pine board, 1/4-in. plywood and a 3/4-in. oak dowel, and you’ll never run back to the garage for a bit, blade, wrench or nail. Here’s how:

If you leave your garage open frequently or have a garage that doesn’t have a door, a locker would be a great investment for your family. This is also a great way to keep chemicals and potential dangers away from pets and small children.

Generally, storage (especially outdoor storage) is never enough, and there is never a perfect way around that. Learn how to build a bike storage shack that comes with planting space on top from this DIY!

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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.

A few strategically placed metal shelves and some plastic totes will really help you to get that garage organized. Plastic totes are really cheap and when you label them, you will always know what goes into them so you can find what you need much faster. Remember to stack things that can stack and use totes for things that cannot. Via: BHG – Budget-Friendly Bins

Ok, so you’re bound to have duct tape in your garage. If you have several rolls of differently colored tapes or different types of tape, you can easily create a dispenser that mounts to the wall and keeps your tapes perfectly organized. A few boards and a hacksaw blade are all you need to create a great dispenser that not only keeps your tape organized, it cuts it the perfect length every time. Via: Americanwoodworker – Jumbo Tape Dispenser

Our Mop & Broom Holder smartly uses tension and gravity to keep your cleaning tool at the ready. It’s just the right size to stick up anywhere it’s needed – in the mudroom, garage, pantry or laundry room.

There is just one recent hands-on expert review of floor mops, from The Sweethome. Accordingly, we also turned to thousands of owner reviews to evaluate mops’ cleaning performance, ease of use and durability. The best site by far is Amazon.com, which has the largest and most detailed collection of mop reviews. We also analyzed owner feedback from Walmart.com and Target.com, which stock the most popular mops, as well as home-improvement retailers HomeDepot.com and Lowes.com.

Carpet in a garage? I am that person. I was reading a section above and saw that. I love woodworking and restoring, up cycling, recycling and refurbishing! I LOVE carpet because it helps trap the dirt and dust. It makes it SO much easier to clean and BREATH! Just an idea! I will never have anything but carpet in my garage/workspace. Just an idea!

If you’re purging old tools while cleaning out your shed, don’t toss that rusty rake! Use this tip from Anderson + Grant and repurpose it for smaller garden tool storage. No sacrificial rake on hand? You can get just the rake head here.

Rout holes in wooden display shelves for a convenient place to store miscellaneous items such as scissors and zip ties. These small buckets are well-suited for the task, and they add instant charm and accessibility.

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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.

The hot mop (or steam mop) follows a similar concept to a steam iron. After adding water, the water is heated to make it exude on top of a floor, which can then be cleaned without using a cleaning solvent. These can work best on surfaces where a regular mop would also be used, such as bare floors, hearths, and laminate.

Show nature you have the right-of-way with the KW-MM PowerSweep™ attachment for the STIHL YARD BOSS® yard care system. This powerful attachment features heavy-duty rubber flaps, acting like a squeegee on steroids. It cleans up compacted dirt along roads and sidewalks, moves pebbles and sand from grassy turf, and even removes water and light snow from hard flat surfaces.

The Little Giant Ladder Rack _ is perfect for getting your Little Giant Ladder up and out of the way when not in use. Specifically designed for your Little Giant Ladder, each Ladder Rack will hold up to 75 lbs. and includes a heavy-duty mounting plate with steel hanging brackets.