Screw cut-in-half pie tins and heavy-duty paper plates to a shop wall and you've got space-saving storage for the sanding discs, circular saw blades and abrasive discs that like to hide in a drawer. Be sure to tape the sharp edges on the cut pie plates.
Boxes rest on edge, labels up, for easy grabbing and stowing. The labels are typed on a computer and printed on sticky label sheets. Think of never having to wonder where to find a drywall screw or a washer!
Go Hookless: Clip the tips from No. 6 hollow wall anchors, drive them into pegboard, then secure your tool holder by driving screws into the anchors. Short lag bolts fit snugly in the holes to create additional hangers for lightweight objects.
Improvise a low-cost drum sander using your drill press and a custom sanding table with dust collection. Build it in an hour from scrap wood.\ ________________ Perfect for those without the budget for multiple big tools.