Best Way to Organize Long-Handled Tools

If you’re like me and most everyone else in the World who is or was sheltering in place, you are probably obsessed with cleaning and organizing right now. My hubby and I laugh about how clean our home is going to be a month from now. We have also started planning our garden which means we really need to organize the contents of our garage next.

Being a homeowner generally means you own a lot of long-handled tools such as; brooms, mops, extension poles, tree pruners, rakes and the like. Most of these items are stored in the homeowners’ garage and that’s exactly where we keep ours. In a pile on the floor or propped up against the wall in a corner of the garage, Ugh!

Well now that we have the time we are going to organize those tools for good. Now there are a couple of options for doing this; hanging them on the walls is one, but who wants to “decorate” the walls of their garage with long-handled tools? And what if one of them falls onto your vehicle? Not good…

We wanted a compact rack that would fit in the corner, since that’s where we were keeping them anyway! We found Mr. LongArm’s Tool Storage Rack to be the perfect solution. It can hold up to 24 long-handled tools with a handle diameter of 1.375″ or less and only takes up 1-1/2 square feet of floor space.

The Tool Storage Rack was easy to assemble and is quite durable. If it gets dirty you can easily clean it up by taking it outside and hosing it off. All in all it really was the perfect solution for us and could be for you as well! Click here for more information about the Tool Storage rack.