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    Keep Your Garage Tidy All Year Long With These 24 Brilliant Products

    You know what they say ... tidy garage, happy life.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Some may have been sent as samples, but all opinions and reviews are our own. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A heavy-duty shelving unit to store everything and anything, thanks to its weight capacity of 350 pounds per shelf. Finally your boxes of seasonal decor will have a home of their own when not in use.

    2. A wall-mounted battery organizer that'll keep all of your batteries neatly stored. It can hold up to 93 batteries and comes with a tester to make sure the battery you choose isn't dead (it happens to the best of us!).

    3. Some magnetic strips you can hang along your garage wall and safely stick your go-to wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, and whatever other tools you've got. If you have specific tools that are really heavy, don't worry! Reviewers have a hack for that.

    4. A tools pegboard that's made of steel so it's way sturdier than traditional pegboards. No more anxiety about whether or not something is too heavy to hang — this thing's got your back.

    5. A sleek power tool holder to mount right onto the wall. Keep all of your drills and drivers within arm's reach, instead of scattered around your garage in their respective cases.

    Six power tools are mounted to a wall

    6. A 64-piece drawer organizer for every bit, screw, and nail. Thanks to its transparent fronts, you won't spend hours opening each little drawer looking for that one thing.

    an array of tiny storage drawers filled with nuts and bolts

    7. A corner tool rack that'll hold everything from rakes and mops to hammers and brooms, and because it holds everything upright and separated, there's no risk of an entangled mess.

    8. But if you're running low on floor space, a small, wall-mounted shelving system can hold all your brooms and mops. It also has six hooks to hold smaller items like hand shovels and dustpans.

    9. A wall-mounted shop vac because garages get dirty real quick, especially when the seasons change and your car (and, let's be honest, you) track in more dirt. Whether it's seasonal problems like dead leaves or just your run-of-the-mill daily dirt buildup, this vacuum and blower will make keeping your garage tidy super easy.

    10. A pack of two tape measure holders that can mount to your workbench or wall. Never again will you spend hours combing through every junk drawer looking for your tape.

    11. A place to store wood so your stockpile is neatly stacked and off the ground. First, you want your firewood readily available when the colder months hit, and second, keeping it off the ground maybe makes it less appealing as a home for spiders? Just wishful thinking maybe!

    12. A wall-mount storage rack designed to hold up to 20 cans of spray paint. Folks use it to hold cans of lubricant, too.

    The storage rack is shown holding a few cans of WD-40

    13. A workbench with shelving so you have plenty of surface to work on with easy access to your tools. This unit has two shelves underneath the tabletop, so I suggest putting your frequently used stuff on the top one and your lesser used stuff on the bottom.

    a model organizing his tools on the three tiers of the wooden workbench

    14. Overhead storage you can attach to your garage ceiling to store all that extra stuff that you swear you need but haven't even looked at in years. (It's also a great place to store seasonal decorations.)

    15. A hand crank extension cord winder with built-in outlets so you'll never be without power and never trip over a tangled mess of extension cords again.

    the orange and grey extension cord winder with four outlets in the middle of it

    16. A hoist to mount your bike off the ground and near the ceiling, because once winter hits you'll want it out of sight and out of mind.

    17. A sports caddy that'll hold all that dang sports equipment you've acquired over time, because there's nothing worse than a bag of balls spilling out all over the floor when you go to pick it up.

    black rolling organizer with three mesh compartments containing sports balls and equipment

    18. A fishing rod rack you can attach to the back of your garage door so all your rods are organized and easy to find.

    a bunch of fishing rods neatly organized against a garage wall

    19. A tiered shoe rack for keeping your muddy shoes outside the house but protected from the elements. Your days of tracking dirt into the house will be over!

    20. A set of stackable recycling bins that'll help you neatly separate paper, plastics, batteries, and glass so you can properly recycle all the leftovers from your projects.

    nine of the blue recycling bins stacked up in a reviewer's garage

    21. A sturdy tire rack so your spare tires are up off the ground and not in a stack in a corner collecting dust.

    four ties on the sturdy metal tire rack

    22. A storage rack for your ski and snowboard equipment that won't buckle at the weight of your gear. Reviewers say these are way sturdier than the competition, and one rack can hold up to three pairs of skis or two snowboards.

    23. A pack of eight wall-mounted double utility hooks. Each double hook can hold up to 40 pounds, so they're ideal for heavy items like ladders, bicycles, and other bulky stuff.

    24. And a freestanding kayak rack that can also hold SUP boards, canoes, and more. Two of the easiest ways to improve the longevity of your kayak is to keep it out of the sun and keep it clean, and both can be accomplished with this nifty rack.

    You to yourself after you finally get your garage organized and looking good: