Mount Recycled Storage Jars Beneath Shelves for Storage

This is a great way to recycle all of those empty glass containers, plastic jars and empty cd canisters works too! YouTube’s Becky Stern shows you how to mount recycled storage jars beneath shelves for storage in your garage, craft room, workshop (fill in the blank). The space beneath shelves are an otherwise untapped location that we often overlook. Becky Stern uses an ice pick, hammer, glass jars and three drill screws to create this useful storage hack.

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Rating: 9 (from 19 votes)

Use a Bottle Top to Seal Plastic Bag

YouTube’s Russian Hacker shows us how to use a bottle top to seal plastic bags and preserve food freshness in the process. This is great for opened bags of rice, dried beans, popcorn or whatever you could possibly think of. All you will need for this hack is an empty plastic beverage bottle, scissors and opened bag of food.

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Rating: 12 (from 26 votes)

Muffin Pan Drawer Organizer

muffin pan drawer organizer

Put a new spin on those old fashioned muffin tins by turning them into muffin pan drawer organizers! I’m all about reduce, reuse, recycle, anything that involves less crowded landfills. Flea markets, estate sales, thrift stores and yard sales are the perfect hunting ground for old fashioned kitchen ware which can be up-cycled in untold ways. I especially love the way these muffin pans allow me to divide and store my little office supplies without the drawer becoming one big junk drawer.

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Rating: 2 (from 18 votes)

Tool Box Liner Hack, Use Rubberized Undercoating

Rubberized tool box liners are great for preventing tools from sliding around in your tool box. That is until they pick up the inevitable dust and dirt blowing around in your workshop. Liners quickly loose their grip and slide around themselves. Here is a great hack to keep your tools in place by YouTube’s Gearmo Auto. For this tool box liner hack, use rubberized undercoating or truck bed coating and follow Gearmo’s instructions.

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Rating: -3 (from 13 votes)

Make a Pool Noodle Paint Brush Holder

Make a Pool Noodle Paint Brush Holder

Make a pool noodle paint brush holder in order to secure rollers and brushes when painting. Painting can be a messy business, if you are not careful. In order to cut down on unruly paint splatter, cut a pool noodle to the size of your paint tray. Then use scissors to cut several slits halfway through the upside of pool noodle.

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Rating: -1 (from 3 votes)

Use Pool Noodles as Boot Inserts

Use Pool Noodles as Boot Inserts

This is a great organizational hack! Use pool noodles as boot inserts to keep them upright. This hack saves space as well as boots. Slip a pool noodle inside desired boots, measure to top of boot, cut with scissors and then do the same for the other.

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Rating: 2 (from 2 votes)