Get a Grip On Your Garage
Building a Drop-Zone Bench and Bike Rack
The Porters had a common problem with the boys tracking dirt from their cleats and gear into the house. So, we built a drop-zone bench for right outside the entry door.
We used 1×12 pine shelving that had already been primed and painted to build the bench, designed to accommodate three baskets underneath – one for each boy.
Watch How to Build a Drop-Zone Bench for a step-by-step tutorial.
We also built a simple station for the boys to store bikes, helmets, scooters and other ride-on toys.
Last but not least, we sprayed the garage with Miss Muffet’s Revenge from Wet & Forget to keep the spiders away.
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Combination and Box-End Wrench Hacks
Combination wrenches and box-end wrenches are two of the most common tools you reach for when you need to loosen a nut. But, they do have their limitations. Watch the video.
Best New Products with Jodi Marks:
Ryobi ONE+ Score Wireless Speaker Set
Ryobi’s ONE+ Score wireless speaker set allows your mobile device to connect by Bluetooth to the primary speaker connection and to the other units with up to 150-foot range. It is available at The Home Depot.
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