By Blase Mnich, Interactive Brand Writer
In preparation for winter you cleaned, disposed and turned your garage inside-out organizing. You winterized. There was enough room to fit your ride, snow blower and all your winter essentials.
Then winter happened…
Slowly things started to get messy and dirty again. Snow boots, winter toys, and tools all started to claim garage space. And with each wintery commute, your car brings more snow and salt in to the garage.
No matter how hard you try to plan for the winter, it can still end up taking you for a ride. That’s why Gladiator® GarageWorks helps you get organized and stay organized. If winter is getting the best of your garage, here are a few tips to help you get organized.
Your Winter Workshop – Between sled races, snowman architecture and long days playing outside, your garage will be seeing a lot of you this winter. So make sure your winter playthings stay put. Hooks and wall systems not only keep tools like shovels from hitting your car, but they also do a good job of organizing winter sports gear like snowboards and skis.
Hang Up Your Boots for Winter – With all of those outdoor winter activities, you’ll be bringing back more than just memories. I’m talking about snow. Instead of tracking your wet clothes inside, leave them in the garage. Shoe racks, baskets, plus other hooks and accessories keep your outdoor weather wear under control.
Leave Water Damage High and Dry – Getting snow and water inside the garage is inevitable. The key is not to let it sit on the concrete floor because moisture causes cracking over time. So protect your floors, and keep them from getting damaged with garage floor tiles. Featuring our signature Tread Plate styling, Gladiator® garage tile flooring protects your concrete floor, is easy to install, and is even easier to clean.
These tips can make a big difference this winter in helping your garage get organized and stay organized. What about you? Do you have any tips or tricks of your own? Please share.
About the author: Blase Mnich is a full-time interactive copywriter and a part-time gearhead. When he’s not sitting at his desk, you may find him lying on the garage floor underneath his car tinkering away.