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Before and After: Two Sheds, Multiple Storage Solutions

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Pegboard Storage: A Classic for All Time

Rather than prop shovels and rakes in the corner of your garage or shed, install pegboard and hang them up with hooks made for the job.

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Garage and Shed Organizing Ideas

An organized Garden Shed Wall or a Cool Garage Tool Station!

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Frugal Gardening: Smart and Safe Re-Purposing

Reuse an old shoe organizer to store small gardening tools & accessories. No more lost tools!

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Storage Secrets for Your Garden Shed

Garden shed organization

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Steal of the Day: Deluxe Potting Bench

Garden Potting Bench | Steal of the Day: Deluxe Potting Bench

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50 Brilliant, Easy & Cheap Storage Ideas (lots of tips and tricks)

Keep your small garden tools and gloves handy in a charming mailbox!

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Spring Organizing Tips

For storing everyday garden and home tools, wood lattice is even handier than a basic trellis. Choose a heavy-duty variety, sold in sheets at hardware stores and lumberyards, and screw it onto a door using spacers. Then hang implements from S hooks, which fit snugly in the diamond framework. For items that can't be hung, attach broom clamps or suspend binder clips from hook.

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How to Care for Garden Tools

Flower pot, sand, WD-40 and garden tools. Add WD-40 until the sand is moist. Clean all excess dirt from garden tools, shove into sand, place in a dry area. This will keep your garden tools nice through winter or long periods between gardening.

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25 No-Cost (or Low-Cost) Garden Tools

Flexible scoop. This simple scoop is fashioned from a half-gallon plastic milk jug. It's great for distributing fertilizer granules or potting soil in tight spaces. To craft it, make two horizontal cuts on the sides adjacent to the handle, and two forward-slanting diagonal cuts in the other sides. _ 25 No-Cost (or Low-Cost) Garden Tools