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A waterproof portable Bluetooth speaker to keep the tunes playing while you build a mahogany bench from scratch or, uh, just assemble yet another piece of Ikea furniture.
A pack of eight wall-mounted double utility hooks. Each double hook can hold up to 40 pounds, so they’re ideal for heavy items like ladders, bicycles, and other bulky stuff.
A battery organizer to keep all your batteries neatly stored — and it comes with a removable battery tester so you can make sure a battery actually works before you jam it into your remote control.
A 64-piece drawer organizer so that every nail, screw, and anything in between has a home. Plus, the fronts are transparent so you’ll never forget which drawer holds what.
A corner tool rack that’ll hold everything from rakes and mops to hammers and brooms, and because it holds everything upright and separated, there’s no risk of an entangled mess.
A wall-mounted shop vac because, let’s face it, garages get dirty. Whether it’s seasonal problems like dead leaves or just your run-of-the-mill daily dirt buildup, this vacuum and blower will make keeping your garage clean super easy.
A small shelving system to hold all your brooms and mops, PLUS it has six hooks to hold smaller items like hand shovels and dustpans.
A place to store wood so you don’t leave it outside in the freezing cold. Because nothing’s worse than having to leave your cozy spot in a warm house to go outside to collect extra wood for the fire.
Overhead storage you can attach to your garage ceiling to store all that extra stuff that you swear you need but haven’t even looked at in years. (It’s also a great place to store seasonal decorations.)
A cabinet that hangs behind any door for extra and discreet storage. This is an excellent option if you have excess pantry items that temporarily live in the garage.
A work bench and shelving unit so you’ll have a nice surface and plenty of shelves to tinker on all those hobby projects you promised yourself you’d start in 2021.
A hand crank extension cord winder with built-in outlets so you’ll never be without power AND never trip over a tangled mess of extension cords again.
A hoist to mount your bike off the ground and near the ceiling, because once winter hits you’ll want it out of sight and out of mind.
A sports caddy for holding all that equipment you’ve bought over time and omg, how did you get so much of it?! Who needs this many tennis balls! You do, of course, so store it correctly!
A fishing rod rack you can attach to the back of your garage door to make sure all your rods are organized and easy to find.
A wall-mounted cabinet to keep all your unsightly things hidden away.
Magnetic strips you can hang along your garage wall and safely stick your go-to wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, and whatever other tools you’ve got. Reviewer tip: if you have specific tools that are really heavy, mount two or three of these strips parallel to each other to support the extra weight.
A tiered shoe rack to hold all your muddy and wet shoes so you don’t track dirt into the house.
A sturdy tire rack so your spare tires have a home off the ground, because a stack of dusty ones in the corner can become a great place for spiders and other creepy critters to take over.
Stackable recycling bins that’ll help you neatly separate paper, plastics, and glass so you can properly recycle all the leftovers from your projects.
A freestanding kayak rack that can also hold SUP boards, canoes, and more. Two of the easiest ways to improve the longevity of your kayak is to keep it out of the sun and keep it clean, and both can be accomplished with this nifty rack.
A Wi-Fi extender you’ll need to watch all those YouTube tutorials on how to build dollhouses or birdhouses or whatever other garage hobby you take on this winter.
An absorbent mat to protect your garage’s floors from nasty spills that can cause permanent damage. I’m looking at you, oil stains.
A steel pegboard, so strong you won’t have to worry about hearing a loud clang in the middle of the night only to discover all of your tools fell off the garage wall.
An oscillating, easy-to-move Lasko tower fan to help circulate the air in your garage — especially necessary if you use it as a place to workout.
And a custom garage sign, so folks know that you mean business when they enter your garage.
How your unenthused loved ones will probably feel as you show off your revamped garage:
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