French cleat storage system for hand tools


A new method for storing my hand tools and allow me to get rid of my pegboard. I decided on using french cleats to hang screwdrivers, pliers and other items.

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  1. Steve your the bomb dude thanks a bunch for sharing your knowledge and wisdom.

  2. Tech Tins disse:

    Ha ha. I am in the middle of building my own. I love it so much I am doing same system for my electronics lab as well. Anyone thinking of doing this, then yes you have to do it! The best part is being able to move hangers about. One thing I did was make my cleats five inches top to bottom as I found this gave me better fixings on large hangers. I have used 1/2 inch ply and made holders for not only the screw drivers but all my heavy power tools as well. It is surprising how strong these can be made.

  3. Chevy513 disse:

    love ur channel it's always entertaining and informative! I've never seen a french cleat system before that's really cool, my entire back garage wall is already pegboard but I think I'm gonna have to build a section of french cleat to hold some of my heavier stuff! By the way in your beginning woodworking video I thought u threw ur handsaw away cuz u don't need them yet I see u still have some hand saws, shame shame lol jk =p Keep the videos coming!

  4. Felipe Forlin disse:

    I find it funny that you have a bunch of screwdrivers in different shapes and sizes, but all you need nowadays is a power drill with different bits 🙂

  5. bryan w disse:

    Perhaps a counter sink for the screwdriver handles to rest in would prevent them from falling out. Im going to b building a bench soon n was going to do pegboard but since decided to go the french cleat route. For screwdrivers,drill bits, whatever else the design will work for im doing solid blocks with the tops at about 15-20 degrees for easier access when grabbing.

  6. Weego Camargo disse:

    how much wight can a french cleat hold

  7. Muy buena idea ya la puse en práctica en mi taller saludos

  8. Lovely build. The hammers and mallets take up quite a lot of space when hung separately, though. You could make a rack with two parallel pieces of strong dowel that the handles slot between, to hang them alongside each other.

  9. Nice. I think I found my shop re-org idea. Thanks.

  10. The Brewery disse:

    I used the French cleat idea from this vid to hang my john heitz drill press cabinet. thanks for the great idea!

  11. Sanjay Sami disse:

    Very clever idea. Simple and elegant. Thanks

  12. AMAR Heafy disse:

    when i see in 4:10 i said "no handle sir? and you said in 5:12 "i will fix it, lol

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  14. Brent disse:

    You could have done that with the pegboard. Something new that does the same thing won't cure you of being sloppy AF.

  15. Jeff Behn disse:

    Really clever design! I like the saw holder idea.

  16. John Daly disse:

    just made my own french cleat tool storage with the help of the video. Thank you.

  17. Rae Munroe disse:

    Great video! Planning to use a french cleat system to organize my tools and your ideas will get me started. Thanks for the video!

  18. Love it. Jealous of your shop.

  19. lolololol. awesome idea. that's a lot of screw drivers!

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  22. Tony Kibbie disse:

    Too restrictive, Steve. Frankly, I love a sheet of 3/4" plywood and framing screws. You can put the tools wherever you want and are not restricted to rail location. If one is afraid of marring tools on the screw threads, get some 1/4" plastic tubing, cut to length and slip the pieces over the screws prior to install. Quick and simple with mounting configurations limited only by the imagination.

  23. You are a master carpenter! Thanks for the great ideas. I don't have all the fancy tools-wish I did ;-) I will improvise and use towel racks and magnetic strips instead. Thanks again for the inspiration. M

  24. Ali Maleki disse:

    The "after" looks great but did you actually remove anything (except for the hammers)? Looks like you have 15 pliers ; – )

  25. I like your system very much but I have not a great deal of space so most of my walls have cupboards but what spare wall space I have is going to have sheets of ply on a series of swinging doors and spaced about 3" apart and I am going to use french cleats and hang my regular tools on them. Saw it on You-tube and will hold much more.

  26. really cool video man cheers

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  28. Lambert Klein disse:

    Looks good. I may give this a try.
    I'm not great at organization and that makes it hard to find stuff.

  29. Jay P disse:

    Love it! Ready to Organize and this just works and is very flexible. Thanks much.

  30. Masca Trails disse:

    Wow, what an amazing upgrade! Love this concept

  31. Eric Tronel disse:

    another great french invention ! great job btw

  32. James Woods disse:

    You should be on TV, your the best!