Everything you wanted to know about screws, nuts, bolts, etc. If you're a beginner at home repairs, remodeling, etc, print a copy to hang in your garage, basement or workshop to help you decide exactly what you need for the job
Sandwich-bag small-parts keeper - This is built out of a 3/4-in.-thick scrap of plywood. Start by cutting two pieces of plywood as shown. Draw lines 1 in. apart across the shorter piece with a square, stopping 1 in. from the edge. Now cut along the lines with a jigsaw. Screw the two pieces of plywood together and screw the unit to the wall. Fill resealable bags and slip them into the slots.
Hang up shower curtain rings Old-fashioned shower curtain rings can organize and conveniently display nuts and washers on your pegboard. Load up the rings, add a tape label, and hang them near the wrenches. You can also toss them in a nail apron for on-the-go repairs.