The tool hanger keeps the accessories in order – see instructions

Are garden shears and rakes always lost? Nikkaroi is a handy tool hanger for the garden shed, where everything you need stays in order and is easily at hand.

The hanger can hold tools for daily use, as well as forks and special shovels, which are rarely needed.

The rakes need a pair of hanger pins, the shovels and carts can be hung from the handle to one pin.

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The tools in the hanger do not take up floor space and are conveniently available. When everyone has their place, order remains in the shed. Photo: Hannu Rinne

For a hanger you need:

  • a few meters from the second quarter
  • two brush arms ø 23 mm
  • 10 cm long nails
  • hiomapaperia
  • poranterä ø 23 mm
  • summer
Drawing of a garden hanger tool hanger

Drawing of a garden hanger tool hanger

Here’s how to make a tool hanger

1. Measure the length of the hangers required. A snippet of second fours. Note that you can put two hangers on top of each other on the same wall.

2. Think about the order in which you want to arrange the tools and dimension the locations of the pins accordingly. The double pins of the wide tools are 15 cm apart.

3. Drill the pin holes slightly. Use a piece of cardboard as a directional guide.

  The pins can be obtained at exactly the same angle using the guide.  Photo: Hannu Rinne

The pins can be obtained at exactly the same angle using the guide. Photo: Hannu Rinne

  The ends of the pins are rounded with sandpaper.  Photo: Hannu Rinne

The ends of the pins are rounded with sandpaper. Photo: Hannu Rinne

4. Saw the pins to a length of 17 cm and grind their ends clean. If desired, surface treat all parts.

5. Attach the second quadrangles to the wall by nailing or screwing. Consider the lengths of the tool shanks.

6. Put some glue in the hole and push the pins into place.

In the hanger of the scythes, the frame is a second quadrant placed at an angle.  Photo: Hannu Rinne

In the hanger of the scythes, the frame is a second quadrangle set at an angle. Photo: Hannu Rinne

The story has been published in Maalla 3/2022.


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