Storeing mops, brooms etc

In small area

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  • Cindy Hagemann Cindy Hagemann on Jan 06, 2018
    I have a couple of these hangers inside a closet and in my laundry room. Buy them online at Amazon, or HD, Lowes, Walmart.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jan 06, 2018
    Clips for the purpose attached to Wall of some sort or cupboard. or if in the yard, an upturned Pallet would be ideal attached to Wall or Fence.

  • Stacey Reynolds Stacey Reynolds on Jan 06, 2018
    You can buy a wall hanger that your broom and mop handles clip in and you could even install behind fridge so its not seen and out of the way.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jan 06, 2018
    You can also get one of those corner things that you use to store rakes and shovels and such. Myself I would go with the brackets suggested above to hand them on a wall and they would be more out of the way.

  • 27524803 27524803 on Jan 06, 2018
    There are lots of different, wall mounted, storage racks for brooms, rakes, etc. It is simply a matter of where you want to put them. I bought one that comes in sections (6 ft total, 4 each 18 inch sections)... I was able to use one section for mops and brooms and I put the rest of it in a closet to hold the tubes and hose for my vacuums.

  • Cathy Dillon Cathy Dillon on Jan 06, 2018
    In the old days we always used the space alongside the refridgerator for the broom. SInce the kitchen remodel - we now have a very tall 1/2 width cabinet (without the horizontal shelves) where it is possible to put the bucket and the sponges and mop etc.

    The "hook on the wall" ideas also appeal to me. One bit of wall space that you might not be using is the cellar stairway.... In my house, for a while, we managed to install a small ledge ( like a 2x3) and some hooks / bungie cords to have a place for the "indoor" 6' step ladder. With the home magazine pictures these days - showing hardly any signs of real life - it is hard to pick up many useful ideas.

    One other "trick" working well for me is an 'over the door' wreath hanger hook. Quick after christmas they may be on sale! You could attach a string or rope and create a loop in order to hang your broom on the over-the-door hook.