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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.

12 Simple Storage Solutions for Small Spaces

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.

Which nail gun to use? Choosing the right nail gun for your project, including a downloadable chart to help you decide which one you need when.

Which nail gun to use? Choosing the right nail gun for your project, including a downloadable chart to help you decide which one you need when.

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.

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.

"Human Dimension & Interior Space" by Panero and Martin Zelnik -- one of the best "design for human ergonomics" books out there.:

"Human Dimension & Interior Space" by Panero and Martin Zelnik -- one of the best "design for human ergonomics" books out there.:

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