Dec 8, 2013

Garage storage lifehack

http://fixlovely.blogspot.ca/2013/12/garage-storage-lifehack.html


This post is short and sweet.

I use a pallet to store my long handled garage tools. It's not fastened to the wall or anything!
I like that there is not an actual limit to the number of tools I can put in it.



16 comments:

  1. Thanks to the writer of this article. I appreciate your effort in making this informational blogs. I know it's not easy to do this but you have done a really great job. Congrats. I'm pretty sure your readers enjoying it a lots.


    Rica
    www.imarksweb.org

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    1. Thank you Leslie, your words are encouraging! :-)

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  2. I cannot believe I didn't think of this! Thanks so much. I have a pallet that I was about to break up for other things, but this just makes too much sense.

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    1. You're welcome! it was just so easy...no installation required! :-D

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  3. Simple but effective - thanks for the idea, it will save us time and money!

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    1. You're welcome! That's what I hope to do for my readers - it's all about saving time and money!

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  4. Just purchased a sentry box, brilliant idea I have a perfect small pallett and it saves putting them on the wall, brilliant idea... Thanks... Sylvia

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  5. Just purchased a sentry box garden storage, didnt really want tools on the wall... saw this and thought PERFECT,,, I have a small pallett perfect for this. Brilliant idea.. thanks... Sylvia

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  6. WOO HOO! Love it and I will so have one in the next few days.

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  7. Hello Danielle,
    You have made an excellent idea here. I read and watch your sharing instruments is very nice. It is fantastic that you have used pallet to store your long handled garage tools.

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  8. I love this idea...the storage space in the garage is limited (only really because I can't get hubby to build me some shelves) but this is something I can do myself, and luckily pallets aren't hard to find. I'm the one that does the gardening and I swear I'm always looking for something cuz I don't know where I put it last! Thanks so much for the idea!

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  9. Right? No need to get shelves built - this comes pre-made! :D

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  10. I now have procured two pallets, but they won't stand up against the wall without falling over. What do you recommend I do to make them stay against the wall?

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    1. Hello BTC, sorry for my late reply, I've been in the middle of so many things! Probably the best way to keep it against the wall as to get to 3-inch long screws, and screwed into at least one stud. Also try turning the pallet 180 degrees, as in put the top on the bottom in the bottom on the top, it could be that some of the slots at the bottom of just a little funny.

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