Español: trapear, Deutsch: Boden feucht aufwischen, Português: Limpar um Piso, Italiano: Passare il Mocio sul Pavimento, Русский: мыть пол, Français: passer la serpillère, 中文: 拖地, Nederlands: Een vloer dweilen, Bahasa Indonesia: Mengepel Lantai

Drop this nifty rack in a deep tool chest drawer and fit more pliers and wrenches in less space by storing them on their side. The Lisle No. 404090 storage rack holds up to 13 tools and has two different size slots.

Pegboard and heavy duty pegboard hooks are the standard when it comes to wall storage and organization. But have you ever tried to hang seed packets on a hook? This genius idea from I Heart Organizing uses an acrylic bathroom organizer like this one and cute labels to store seeds for future planting.

There are plenty of manufactured storage sheds available, but few are as practical as this DIY unit. This easy-to-build storage locker is low and compact, yet it’s spacious enough to hold your lawnmower, long-handled tools and other garden items. See how to build it.

In her book Maggie’s Memories Margaret Wadkin (late of Hickling, near Melton Mowbray in England) describes the use of a mop nail for constructing homemade mops from old pieces of cloth during her village childhood in the early 20th century. The mop nail was made by the blacksmith (if there are any still around, they will be antiques). This nail was several inches long with a point at the end and a flat head a couple or so inches wide. We would stand the nail on its flat head, cut pieces of old material into squares and push over the sharp end of the nail and when enough fix a piece of leather, then push the sharp point into the mop stale or handle. There was a knack of twisting these mops over the wrist to swish away surplus water, every woman could use one of these useful mops.[5]

Newdora Mop Broom Holder. This unit has 5-ball slots, which feature the popular easy-release design. Overall, it has storage spots; with the 5 auto-adjust slots, there are 6 hooks. Not all brooms, mops, shovels, etc. come in the same size; the easy-release makes taking tools out and putting them back quick and easy. The 6-hooks they feature are retractable. This requires only 6-screws and anchors for wall mounting, and at 1.1 pounds, it’s easy to put up and screw into the wall.

This is really a practical item that is inexpensive, easy to install, and can be mounted just about anywhere in the home or garage. The roller balls are really nice features in these items, so much so that if you see a rack out there that doesn’t have this convenient feature, keep on looking for one that does.

It was once a place to leave your car. Or an area to store unfinished projects. But today’s garage storage systems offer homeowners the garage organization necessary to create space to work as a workshop, an extra room, or even a place to store your wheels. Consider your garage shelving. The Home Depot has specially-designed garage cabinets and overhead garage storage racks to get keep your tools, bikes and other sports gear within easy reach, but out of the way. Shelving units, metal storage cabinets, wall hooks and peg boards can be ideal solutions for storing away seasonal items or items you want to get off your garage floor. Once you determine how to organized your items and what should be stored together look to us for all of your garage storage needs. We can give you garage organization tips and point you in the direction of the products that will help you make your idea a reality

Mopnado comes with two round microfiber mop heads, but refills are available as the Mopnado Spin Mop Replacement Mop Head (Est. $17 for two). Like the Twist & Shout and O-Cedar EasyWring, the mop head pivots and the handle can lie nearly flat to clean under furniture and in other tight spots. The handle extends up to 56 inches for taller users. While few reviewers call the Mopnado flimsy, some still say they’ve had problems with the bucket handle falling off or the wringer breaking. Others say the bucket is just too heavy when it’s full.

Sweep or vacuum the floor before mopping. Most mops do a poor job of picking up crumbs, hair, and other forms of solid debris. As such, you’ll need to use a broom, hardwood floor vacuum, or handheld vacuum to clean up the floor before mopping it.[3]

Staining a concrete floor is not difficult and does not have to be expensive. It can however, help you to add just a little color that will make your garage seem much more organized and neat. You just have to choose your color, move everything out and get to work. Remember to clean the floor well before you begin. Via: Younghouselove – How To Stain A Concrete Floor

If you know the power broom repair part you need, you can browse the list of all parts on the PB270, or you can search by name or part description. You can also find your part by where it is located on the PB270 by selecting a section below.

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

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]

For many, cleaning and organizing the garage is a mundane task that is so dreaded it simply never gets done. We have found a collection of different ways that you can easily and quickly get that garage in good order. Not only are these methods easy and effective, many of them will cost you nothing but a little time.

7hp gas powered motor. Brush Turn with 20 degree angle. 31 brush width. It has been designed to clear snow from all kind of surface, flat and narrow surfaces on garage driveways and paths. Aggressive…

You need basic garden tools stored in one trimmed position. Making use of basic wood reconditioning using nails, nuts and bolts, wood and a hand drill, you can create a vertical garden tools holder that is just as good as new. Learn more here!

Easy Trap Filip Holder clamps onto the Easy Trap duster allowing use of both sides of the cloth without bending over and without touching debris. Holder works with standard threaded broom handle (sold separately).