Bestselling Home Storage Hooks in 2020
Home- It Mop and Broom Holder, 5 position with 6 hooks garage storage Holds up to 11 Tools, storage solutions for broom holders, garage storage systems broom organizer for garage shelving ideas
- superior Quality Tool Rack Holds Mops, Brooms, or Sports Equipment and Storage Tool Rack Storage & Organization for the Home Plastic Hanger for Closet Garage Organizer Shed Organizer Basement Storage (High Quality)Easy release by lifting the handle
- Compact sizing and clean design garage organization systems
- broom organizer wall mount broom organizer rack Rolling balls automatically adjust to each handle's thickness and grips it securely
- Each ball holds up to 7-1/2 pounds of weight
Magnetic Hooks Heavy Duty, Strong Powerful Neodymium Magnet Hooks 30lb, Swivel Swing Magentic Hangers, Great for Industrial, Home Kitchen Refrigeratior Fridge Organization and Storage.
Garage & Home Storage Organize 30 Piece Hook Set Vinyl Coated
- UNCLUTTER the garage, laundry room or pantry with this 30 piece Hook Set.
- HANG A BIKE, ladder hooks, tools, yard tools and lots of other items. Hose holder, ski carriers, equipment hooks, cycle carriers, cable carriers, ceiling hooks, ladder carriers, and lots more...
- MANY USES Hose holder, bike hooks, garage hooks, ski carriers, equipment hooks, cycle carriers, cable carriers, ceiling hooks, ladder carriers, and lots more...
- ALL HOOKS ARE COATED WITH A PROTECTIVE COVERING to help keep your items scratch free.
- GREAT garage organizer hooks or garage storage hooks
WEBI Heavy Duty Stainless Steel 304 Coat Rack Towel Rail with 2 Hooks, Great Home Storage & Organization, Brushed Finish, C-CBG02
- 1. Solid Construction: Built in premium grade stamped 304 stainless steel, this product is sturdy and durable enough to last for many years. But please do not use it somewhere salty or extreme humid, like near swimming pool or sea.
- 2. Easy to Clean: Capable of resisting daily scratches, corrosion and tarnishing. Just wipe it slightly with a wet cloth if needed.
- 3. Minimalist Looking & Stylish: compatible with any other modern designed home decor. The finest brushed surface is of smooth touch.
- 4. Simple Wall Mount Installation: Hardware pack included, and only a few steps to fix this utility hanger onto the wall.
- 5. Functional Design: Perfect for hanging things and is a good helpmate for home storage & organization.
HOME SO Towel Hook with Suction Cup Holder - Bathroom, Shower & Kitchen Storage Organizer Hanger for Bath Robe, Towel, Coat, Loofah - Stainless Steel, Chrome … (2)
NIKKY HOME Set of 2 Vintage Pumpkin Metal Ceramic Wall Coat Hooks, Blue
Rubbermaid FastTrack Ladder Hook
- The product is Ladder Hook
- Easy to use
- The product is manufactured in China
Mop and Broom Holder Kingtop Garage Storage Rack Hooks Wall Mounted Organizer for Home Garden Tool Shelving (3 position 4 hooks)
- 3 Slots and 4 Hanging Hooks,ideal for keeping your household cleaning products organized and conveniently stored securely and neatly out of the way until you need them.
- Strong and sturdy ,this rack is sturdy enough to hold up to 22.5-lbs,each ball holds up to 7-1/2 pounds of weight,there are 4 hooks for lighter things such as wipers and small brushes.
- Rubber ball adjusts to the handle's thickness and they simply lift to fit just about any size mop or broom
- Space Saving ,Frees up your floor space,the size is perfect for a garage storage, closet, pretty much anywhere you want to place,such as kitchen, utility room, laundry and gardening
- Easy install and no more trouble with falling brooms, mops or dust pans,it comes with 4 screws and Lifetime Warranty and friendly, easy-to-reach customer support from Kingtop
Tornado 00515 J-Hook
- Mount to drywall or a wall stud with the same fastener
- Extended length plate design distributes weight evenly for superior holding power
- Notches on plate allow for easy leveling and alignment with other hooks
- Rubber coated hook provides added visibility, safety, and grip
- A spike on the back plate allows for quick positioning and easier mounting before fastening to wall
- Max Capacity: up to 40 lbs (drywall/stud)
Toro 51619 Ultra Electric Blower Vac, 250 mph, Red
GGYY(TM) Super Strong Power Lock Suction Hooks, Ultra Heavy Duty Strong Vacuum Traceless Home Storage Hooks - 2Pack (Clear)
SPACECARE Mop and Broom Holder, wall Organizer Tool Storage & Organization for Home, Closet, Wall Broom Garage Rack,multi Function Mops, Brooms, or Sports Holder 4 Positions Hooks
- Adjustable Hooks: Can adjust the position of holder, grips can be moved horizontally on the frame to accommodate different sized tools.
- The Greater the weight of the hanging item, the Greater the friction: The S-hooks are rubber coated and friction keeps the brooms and Mop and other tools in place very well, Could hold over 50 pound.
- Keep your room Tidy: NOT take up space. Organize your broom closet, kitchen, garage, or laundry room with this item.
- Easy to install: Concealed screw mounting. Including Mop broom holder, all the screws and anchors, step-by-step instructionsand Instruction.
- Used in many places: Like bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and so on, bring your life considerate service.
Delta Cycle Leonardo Da Vinci Single Bike Storage Rack Hook Hanger with Tire Tray for Vertical Indoor Garage
- SPACE SAVING AND QUICK STORAGE: Hang any bike bicycle vertically in seconds
- SIMPLE INSTALLATION: No assembly required, easy installation to wall.
- INCLUDES TRAY: Includes da vinci wall tray to keep your surfaces clean and protected
- RUBBER SLEEVES protect bike from scratches
- VERSATILE AND HEAVY DUTY: Accommodates any wheel size; maximum load of 40 pounds
- MODERN DESIGN: Storage hooks looks good on the wall without bike
- ALL STORAGE AREAS: Great for apartments with limited space. Garages, storage rooms, sheds, any room in the house or retail applications.
- HARDWARE INCLUDED
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
- USA SERVICE CENTRE
Safety Tips: Home Storage Hazards
Well-ordered storage is more than a matter of being neat. Papers, clothes, and coats strewn about is one thing, but tools, firewood, and boxes cluttering walking space can be dangerous.
Well-ordered storage is more than a matter of being neat. Papers, clothes, and coats strewn about is one thing, but tools, firewood, and boxes cluttering walking space can be dangerous. If you're setting your storage space in order, be sure to consider safety, too.
To prevent accidents, discard old paint cans, broken toys, and other useless items. Ensure that storage areas are well lit and the floor is clear. For more safety guidelines, contact fire, health, or other appropriate officials.
Tools and Toxic Substances
Children are inherently curious and often view workshops and garden sheds as places to explore. Trouble is, these same areas house tools and toxic substances. To ensure that no accidents occur when you're not there to supervise, store toxic supplies and sharp tools wisely.
Hang tools with blades and bits high on walls with strong, secure hooks. And keep dangerous chemicals away from easily reached places, such as under sinks. Keep kitchen cleaning products away from the pantry. And don't forget to pet-proof your storage spots.
Store tools and toxic substances in drawers and cabinets that have plastic safety latches, available at baby, department, or hardware stores. The hooked latch attaches to the inside of the cabinet frame. Once closed, you must unhook the latch from the frame to open the door or drawer - something a young child cannot easily do. But make sure you can open the latch yourself - it's useless if it keeps you from your kitchen, workplace, or other storage areas. The latch should be made of sturdy plastic that won't break or lose its flexibility. Check it regularly to make sure it hasn't worked loose or become misaligned. On less frequently used units, install metal locks.
To keep children from getting into off-limit storage units, install doorknob covers. Cabinet locks keep cupboards, cabinets, or closets locked.
Power Tools and Wiring
Make sure there are enough electrical circuits in your workshop, kitchen, or any area in which you will use electrical devices. Power and kitchen tools should be on circuits separate from lighting. Check with an electrician.
New power tool outlets in the work area should be the grounded type. Use a master switch with a key to keep kids from playing with the tools.
Don't plug too many things into an extension cord, or use extra-long cords with insufficient gauge wires, since the insulation could overheat and ignite. Don't string extension cords under rugs or tie them to nails. Punctured insulation on wires can result in fire. Periodically inspect extension cords for cracks, fraying, and broken plugs.
Don't let sawdust or wood chips pile up in workshops, and keep kitchens clear of discarded paper products.
Storing flammable liquids is a risky practice. Keep gasoline for lawn mowers and other equipment in a can specially designed for gasoline, with a closure valve, vapor vent, and pour spout. Store gasoline or kerosene outside the home in a detached shed or garage. Close flammable bathroom and kitchen cleaner containers tightly after using. Keep them high up in a closed closet. Keep all flammable liquids in their original containers, or in metal cans with labels and tight-fitting lids, in a well-ventilated area far from heat sources. For extra security, place them in a special fireproof metal cabinet.
Throw out gas-soaked rags, but make sure you hang them up to dry outside before putting them in the garbage. Store fireplace ashes in a metal container. Clean up any oil drippings.
Make sure that combustibles are not positioned anywhere near heating equipment such as a furnace, water heater, a chimney, or the oven or stove top. Leave at least three feet of space around all sides of such heating equipment. Install heat-safe tops to counters that are close to your stove.
To prevent fire in a storage area, have your heating equipment inspected and professionally cleaned at least once every year. If you use a basement, garage, or shed storage space as work area, you may want to use a portable heater. But don't leave it unattended or place it where someone can tip it over.
Ladders and Staircases
Make sure ladders and staircases are adequate for the loads they will have to bear, and that they are in good condition. Stepping surfaces of kitchen stepladders should be smooth and flat. Never block a ladder or staircase with boxes or overflow storage.
Position a ladder so that its base is offset from the perpendicular by one-quarter of its length. The foot of a 20-foot ladder, for example, should be 5 feet away from the point directly beneath the top of the ladder. Fold-down ladders usually aren't intended for heavy use.
Handrails on staircases should be solidly secured, and the steps clear and well lit with light switches at the top and bottom. A minimum of six and a half feet of headroom all the way up is often required by code.
The best way to foil burglars is to use a security hasp and a heavy-duty padlock with a solid case and a steel shackle attached to an integral bolt. When closed, the hasp covers the screws that attach it to the unit. Hinges mounted to the inside edges of both the frame and door, and fitted with non-removable hinge pins, are the most secure.