Hang Jars Under Shelves
Keeping nails and screws, as well as other small items, organized is easy when you simply take empty jars and mount them underneath shelving. You just use a screw through the lid of the jar and then the jar screws onto the lid. This not only keeps those smaller items within reach, it helps to give you more shelf space for other things. Via: Chezlarsson – Screw Organizing!
Labels Make All the Difference
Any time you decide to begin organizing, it is important that you think about labeling things. Without labels you are not likely to know what goes in what container. You can use labels on shelves, boxes and plastic bins or for smaller items like sidewalk chalk, label small buckets and hang them from the wall or the front of a shelf. There are many ways that labels can help you to become more organized. Via: Iammommahearmeroar – Garage Organization Tips
Make a Pallet Bike Rack
Have old pallets that you need to get rid of? Why not make a bike rack to get your garage organized? Even if you don’t have a couple of pallets laying around, they are really inexpensive and give you the perfect opportunity to better organize those bicycles. You just have to lean the pallets together, one on the ground and one on the wall. Then just park your bikes into the open sections. Via: Flickr
Use Nylon Tool Holders
Great Tool Storage Ideas
Magnetic strips are great for tool storage. If you have garden trowels or other items that you need to keep handy, you can add magnetic strips to a shelf or the wall to keep these tools within reach. You can also put many tools on hooks on a pegboard or keep them in a labeled plastic tote for better organization. Via: BHG – Organize this: garage gear!