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Hanging Tools In Shop
Here's a simple way to store garden tools which we spotted in Countryside magazine. A dowel or broomstick is mounted horizontally along the wall. Loops of twine hang from the bar. To hang up shovels, hoes, pitchforks, etc., you make a "slip loop" over the end of the handle. The weight of the tool keeps the twine tight. When you need to use it, just lifting up on the tool releases loosens the twine.
  Takes up much less room than hanging tools on nails.

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #2