Rudie de Jongh
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DIY: Pull-Out Storage Case, use existing bookcase long drill bit to feed axel thru wood or reinforce bottom with another board, could this work for pc stuff, cleaning supplies or shoes, what about lining up/stacking a row of shelves or shoes? cover up with curtain? or inside a closet on the side against the wall, what about short bookcases, in the bathroom closet or under the sinks, love this!

DIY: Pull-Out Storage Case, use existing bookcase long drill bit to feed axel thru wood or reinforce bottom with another board, could this work for pc stuff, cleaning supplies or shoes, what about lining up/stacking a row of shelves or shoes? cover up with curtain? or inside a closet on the side against the wall, what about short bookcases, in the bathroom closet or under the sinks, love this!

Love this idea for storing fishing rods  in your garage! Discover more DIY home organizing inspiration on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/OrganizingYourHome

Love this idea for storing fishing rods in your garage! Discover more DIY home organizing inspiration on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/OrganizingYourHome

Hardware Storage: DIY Tips and Hints  Putting away little stuff is easy. Finding it again when you need it is the hard part. Not any more. Here are some great tips about how to store nuts, bolts, screws and other hardware so you can actually find it again when you need it!

Hardware Storage: DIY Tips and Hints Putting away little stuff is easy. Finding it again when you need it is the hard part. Not any more. Here are some great tips about how to store nuts, bolts, screws and other hardware so you can actually find it again when you need it!

Hang ladders from the ceiling so they don't hog prime storage space. The rollers on this simple carriage let you easily slide in one end of the ladder, then the other. The materials you'll need cost about $20 at home centers.

Hang ladders from the ceiling so they don't hog prime storage space. The rollers on this simple carriage let you easily slide in one end of the ladder, then the other. The materials you'll need cost about $20 at home centers.