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Turn 16 sq. ft. of wall space into almost 48 sq. ft. of hanging storage for tools and supplies with this easy-access pegboard storage unit.

Build this workbench with tons of storage space underneath for tools, lumber and materials!

DIY Garage Cabinet

This handy toolbox holds all your small garden tools and is light and strong. It’s an easy project that you can make in just a few hours.

Forget walking back and forth to the clamp rack. Build this roll-around rack and have the clamps right where you’re working.

Save jumbo-sized Nesquik containers to hold nails, lag bolts and extra long drywall screws up to 5 in. long.

Save those 100-oz. laundry detergent bottles and use them to hold jumbo supplies of screws and nails. Cut the top off the bottle to create a wide-mouth bin with a built-in handle.

Save up 12 plastic oil quart bottles, cut away one side with a utility knife, scrub out the oil residue and load them with nails and screws.

Want a handy storage roost for all the little screws, earplugs, nuts and washers in your shop?

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    I love Glad products...you can use them in so many different ways.

Plastic peanut butter jars work better for storage than glass baby food jars because they hold a lot more hardware and won't smash into slivers if you drop one.

Old-fashioned shower curtain rings ($2 for a 12-pack at a home center) can organize and conveniently display nuts and washers on your pegboard.

For rust-free storage of expensive air nailer fasteners, use steel ammunition boxes from an army surplus store. They have a watertight seal to help prevent corrosion and they're cheap (about $5).

Put those neglected muffin tins to work holding small fasteners, electrical parts and more.

Reduce the tool rust problem by storing tools with vapor corrosion inhibitor (VCI) products—capsules, liners and bags.

Keep your spring clamps springy for a lifetime! Don't store them clamped on a board; the springs will lose their tension. Instead, keep them on a metal towel rod ($3 at a home center).

Rack makes storing and grabbing easy

You'll love this bar clamp rack because you can holster pony clamps securely without tightening the lower jaw against the rack. Just drop in the clamp and pull it out when needed.

Clamps scattered and hard to find when you need them most? Here's a way to keep them in one spot.

Slide clamps into storage box.

Since these caps screw tightly on 3/4-in. pipe threads, you can use them to store your pipe clamps on a shop wall.

Here's a slick snap-in, snap-out storage rack made from PVC pipe.

Store bar and pipe clamps right under your workbench where they'll always be close at hand.

This handy under-mount rack keeps your clamps right where you need them.

Store all your power tools, hand tools, paint and other supplies in this compact, efficient storage unit. It has shelves, drawers and a pullout table for sorting tools and doing small repairs. It's handsome and easy to build, too.

Hang wrenches on a tie/belt rack