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The success of the kitchen is guaranteed by a tidy and well-arranged workshop

The success of the kitchen is guaranteed by a tidy and well-arranged workshop Works in the workshop is always good for the whole year, but its cleaning is often underestimated and easy to postpone. From time to time, however, there is no need to do inventory and organize your DIY disorder. Give your workshop the order. In four steps.

Step 1: Clean your desktop

Every DIY work brings a mess. That's why we recommend creating individual "departments" in the workshop. For example, you can divide the tools into drilling, cutting, keys, screwdrivers, files and grinders, hammers, socket tools and pliers. Mark each section with a label so that you and others who use the workshop know where to find and where to go back. This avoids the situation that the next time you need the tools to look for at the least appropriate time.


Step 2: Tool Organization

Another way to make tools, aids or materials practical and clear is to use special workshop furniture.
Such a nicely assembled furniture wall can save you a lot of time that you would otherwise spend searching for lost tools. It includes not only cabinets where you can store tools, but also hanging walls. For example, you can use screwdrivers, saws or nail dishes and other small DIY items. "Magnetic toolbars that can be easily screwed to the wall are also practical for use," says Auto Kelly's Michal Knor.
You can store your furniture according to your space choices from individual drawers, racks, cabinets and other parts. You can also use special trolleys for tool storage directly on tools. You can complete the whole system with tool basses or a variety of organizers. The assembly can also be equipped with a quality worktop.

Extra Tip: Plan ahead at least in advance what you will store on the shelves and count on the load capacity you need.


Step 3: Check the hand and power tools

Safety at work is always the first place. If you already have your tools nicely and clearly arranged, make sure you are all right and ready to use. It is not only electric tools but also ordinary hand tools.
"For power tools such as drills, grinders or electric saws, it is important to check that the cables are not damaged. For example, when you have been handled improperly, the cable has been damaged without you noticing it. The damaged cable must be replaced to avoid injury, "says
Michal Knor.
As well as checking the functionality of the power tool, it is also important to check the hand tools. An exemplary example may be a seeming banality such as a loose hammer shoe.
Check that the hammer head is seated properly. If she was relaxed, she could fly off and cause very unpleasant injuries. Check the power tools before starting any DIY work in the workshop.


Step 4: Add tools

And what can not be missed in the equipment of a dish? It's of course a good drill, saw, screwdriver, hammer, pliers or files. Drill drills to check that they are no longer obtuse. For example, drill bits at home using a multi-function desktop sander. If you do not mind, you can buy new drills. Make the same check on the saw, both manual, disc and motor. By arranging your tools, you can see what is missing and you can buy the missing ones. Magnetic dishes for nails, screws or mothers are the catch. Not only does nothing metal out of them, but also holds on all the metal. You will also welcome magnetic spray holders.

Extra Tip: It's sure you've ever had screws, nails, or other metallic parts in you. You see them far below the closet, but do not come to them. So get a telescopic magnet, which makes it easy to get the screws screwed back.
If you are still working on a workshop, we recommend buying straight sets and accessories instead of buying individual pieces of tools. You have everything together, and if something is missing, you will know it right now.

Getting clean, organizing and arranging a workshop wants determination and solid will, but you will be happy with the result.

Source: tz, edited editorially



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