It seems like I am always adding new tools and gadgets to my workshop, but no matter how much I have, there is always something else that I know that I need. Trying to decide exactly what to buy and what to wait on can sometimes be confusing. Other than the actual tools that are needed to do a job, there is so much more that can be necessary. So, I took a good long look at my workshop and narrowed down an accessories list that I feel contains 10 workshop item must haves.
One of my favorite places to shop for home storage and organizing products is the Container Store. They are right up there with Ikea, as far as I am concerned, when it comes to budget friendly items. I started shopping with them long before I started this blog, and I continue to pick up great quality items from them to this day. So, I thought that I would let you in on what I think of as their best kitchen gadgets for this year.
If you have kids or pets, then you know that they can try the patience of a saint with all their messes. Before buying one of these babies, I spent countless hours searching for the best way to remove stains, spills, and puppy accidents from my beautiful rugs. And folks, I promise you that nothing, absolutely nothing will ever replace my SpotBot. They will have to pry it out of my cold dead hands. 😉
If you haven’t yet heard of the latest, new invention in night lights, you have got to see these. I have to say that I absolutely love this product. I ordered just a few to start with, but after seeing how they work, I immediately went back for more. They are safe, automatic, night lights that camouflages themselves as outlet covers.
(Epoxy Grout – Photo by KuDa Photography)
There is nothing more satisfying than finishing a beautiful tile layout. However, there is also nothing more annoying than having a great job ruined by the stains that are almost sure to come. Even diligently applying sealer on a regular schedule can not stand up to some accidents that may happen. To solve this problem, I use epoxy grout – specifically, SpectraLock’s epoxy grout.