There is no unwritten rule that says you have to purchase pre-manufactured behind-the-door storage ideas in order to be clever. Some of the best and most functional ideas are those that you can build yourself, and this option is often much cheaper and less time consuming in the long run as well. There are a variety of websites and home improvement stores that offer classes for do-it-yourself clever storage ideas for behind-the-door.
Contrary to popular belief, your garage is not the dumping place for unwanted household stuff. It's a place to store your car. For those who use their garage to store their car, some repairs and maintenance are bound to happen inside. During repairs make sure to wipe off spills and store car products in their designated spaces immediately after use. Tools should also be returned to drawers, tool boxes and other storage spaces.
Storing bikes in a garage can make them more accessible without using up any floor space. Wall mounted racks and ceiling racks can hold several bikes at one time without letting any of them touch each other. Keeping bikes from touching helps prevent scratches and other possible damages. A bike hoist is another genius way to get bikes off of garage floors and prevent over cluttering.
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