Gardening tools – Of course, a shed is a natural place for the tools you use for gardening, potting up plants and working on your landscape. Extra pots, shovels and pitchforks are the only accessories you’ll ever need.

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Store your drills and keep those batteries charged with this convenient and compact docking station.  Place a power strip on the top, to provide plenty of outlets for your chargers.  Add an optional drawer to store all of your drill bits and accessories. Idea by Hertoolbelt (Free plans)

Metal planters look great in the garage and when you add whimsical labeling, they create an attractive yet very functional organization center. Just label each planter with whatever you plan to put inside. Labeling is essential in organization and the planters can be painted if you want to make them perfectly match other shelving or whatever you have in the garage. Via: Housetohome – Modern utility room decorating ideas – 7 of the best

Cleaning tools: broom, mop, laundry bar, clean ball, laundry brush, bath brush, etc. ◊ Wall Mount Magic Mop and Broom Holder Hanger;. ◊ Wall Organizer Mop Broom Long-handle Tools/Sports Equipment Holder for Garage or kitchen.

Cut and screw together the sides and ends with the ends protruding 1 in. beyond the sides. Drill holes in the top of the ends for a 3/4-in. dowel handle and tap it in the holes before assembling the ends and sides. Drill the 3/8-in. storage holes in the top edges of the sides before assembly.

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If you’ve ever suffered the indignity—and possible danger to eyes and face—of a bandsaw blade uncoiling as you’ve pulled it off the peg you hung it on, you’ll love this tip. Nest the coiled blades into binder clips and store them on your pegboard, and they’ll never spring out at you again. Apply labels to the clip so you can simplify size selection and storage.

It has a poly skid plate that supports the broom head on the ground. The durable 40:1 gearbox maintains power and torque to the broom bristles. A series of durable nylon bristles span a 1 ft. path to …

The classic Home Source Hutch Style Light Cabinet will look great in your home. This clasic styled 72 cabnit is a wonderful stora…ge space for any kitchen. The base has two oak cabinets for hidden storage. The Home Source Hutch Style Light Cabinet includes a shelf with plenty of space for your microwave and two top cabinets with see-through doors to display your kitchenware. read more

Here’s a tool storage technique for all those slender tools and shop accessories. Cut short lengths of PVC pipe (1-1/2- and 2-in.-diameter pipes work well for most items) and slide them over pegboard hooks. Then load them up with files, hacksaw blades, zip ties, pencils, stir sticks…you get the skinny.

Believe it or not, recycling the dusty old file cabinet is an innovative idea that will help make things interesting. Convert the cabinet into a storage space by removing drawers, turning its back and finally installing pegboards on its ends. Visit Homedit to learn more!

Spin mops are regular floor mops that include a system for wringing out excess water. This is usually a bucket with a wringer that is operated either by a foot pedal or by placing the mop in the wringer, causing it to spin. Some actually squeeze and wring the mop out, while others just use centrifugal force to spin the mop dry. The latter is superior because it does a better job of squeezing out excess moisture. Spin mop heads are round and the strings or strips are made from lightweight, absorbent materials. Thanks to a swiveling head and lay-flat handle, they maneuver well, even in narrow spaces. They can be used with any type of floor cleaner.

Mix warm water and a standard cleaning product. Grab a bucket and pour in enough water to completely submerge your mop head. Then, mix in a small amount of dish soap, apple cider vinegar, bleach, ammonia, or a similar cleaning product. As a general rule, use no more than 1⁄2  c (120 ml) of cleaning product per 1 US gal (3,800 ml) of water.[4]

1 x Wall Mounted Mop Umbrella Holder. Press it evenly for about 10 seconds to squeeze the air on the surface. Maximum load bearing 5KG. Paste it on a clean wall. Easy to use, do not hurt the wall. Carefully tear off the back of the protective film.

Organize your paint brushes, scrapers, roller frames, rags and paint cans with this shelf made from two 1×8 boards screwed together and reinforced with metal shelf brackets. We built ours 38 in. long to fit three brackets of sliding spring grips that we mounted under the shelf for tool storage. Build and attach this shelf to a shop or basement wall, and you’ll enforce orderly storage on all your far-flung painting paraphernalia.

LingStar Mop and Broom Holder Organizer Wall Mounted Hanger with 3 Ball Slots and 4 Hooks, Key Rack Towel Hooks -1 x Mop and Broom holder. Strong and sturdy ,this rack is sturdy enough to hold up to 36-lbs,each ball holds up to 7-lbs.