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    Thursday
    Jan202011

    Easy-Build Spray-Can Storage

    spray can storageHalf-used cans of aerosol paint have a way of getting lost in the far back reaches of shelves and cabinets. Here’s a wall-hung rack for keeping all those cans organized. Make the shelves about 5-in. deep, a little bit more than a can’s-width apart and slanted at a 45- to 75-degree angle.

    Thursday
    Jan202011

    Double-Duty Shoe-Storage

    using shoe storage for garageShoe organizer bags aren’t just for closets anymore; try hanging one in your garage. The clear plastic pouches make it easy to both store and locate spray paints, lubricants, gardening tools, and other items.

    Thursday
    Jan202011

    Plywood Corral

    plywood storageHere’s a simple way to keep sheets of plywood and particleboard organized and tight against the wall. Bolt a pair of notched ¾ in x 3-1/2 in. strips of plywood to the wall studs, lean the ply wood in place, then use a 2 x 4 crossarm to hold everything in place.

    Thursday
    Jan202011

    Pipe-Clamp Holder

    how to organizeWhere-oh-where is a good place to store bar and pipe clamps so they’re handy, yet out of the way? Right under you workbench. Just fasten sections of 4-in. dia. PVC pipe under your workbench and slide clamps into the pipe. They’re out of the way, but always at the ready.

    Thursday
    Jan202011

    Longer Pegs for Bigger Stuff

    Create longer Peg-board pegs by drilling holes in the ends of ½ in. dowels and using construction adhesive to hold them in place. The extended pegs are great for holding extension cords, rolls of tape and string, and other bulky items.