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It’s so easy for the garage or shed to get cluttered and to end up in a big mess. Here are 10 great organisation ideas that will have your garage cleaner and make it easier for you find what you need.

1.  Store your garden tools tidily with PVC piping or an old pallet

          

2. DIY multiple tape dispenser

3. Hanging jars for screws and nails

4. PVC pipe drill holders

5. Store small bolts etc in old plastic bottles

6. Use a pegboard to organise

7. Magnetic strip organisation for metal objects

8. Hang your bikes to save space

9. DIY screwdriver shelf

10. Easy access ball storage

Does your garage need organising? Please add your comment below.

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  • My Dad used to do the hanging jars for screws and nails.

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  • These are some really great ideas! Im thankful I live in an apartment, no outdoors for me to deal with

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  • We need to clean our garage out first!

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  • My Dad used to have a row of the jars with the lids screwed to the shelves for putting all his nails, screws, etc in.

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  • Awesome ideas. Very smart and clever indeed.

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  • Clever ideas – thanks for sharing.

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  • Some great ideas here I must show my other half. I love the pallet with the brooms in it.

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  • Some awesome idea’s here !!

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  • awesome ideas…great to help tidy the garage up…and look so easy

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  • Some great ideas here!
    I can not wait to show my partner as we were only just discussing how our garage needs a spruce up!
    & this will leave things so much more organized as well!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  • Look’s very neat and tidy,great tips to pass on! Thanks.

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  • Lol have left this one up so the husband can see the great ideas

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  • Hubby had better see this! lol!!!

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  • Some great storage ideas and easy to make yourself so keeping it cheaper. thanks.

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  • Wow, this is amazing. Not only clever with storage but clever with recycling to create storage modules.

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