Home-it It Mop and Broom Holder, 5 Position with 6 Hooks Garage Storage Holds up to 11 Tools, Storage Solutions for Broom Holders, Garage Storage Systems Broom Organizer for Garage Shelving Ideas Tools & Home Improvement

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superior Quality Tool Rack Holds Mops, Brooms, or Sports Equipment and Storage Tool Rack Storage & Organization for the Home Plastic Hanger for Closet Garage Organizer Shed Organizer Basement Storage (High Quality)Easy release by lifting the handle Compact sizing and clean design garage organization systems broom organizer wall mount broom organizer rack Rolling balls automatically adjust to each handle’s thickness and grips it securely Each ball holds up to 7-1/2 pounds of weight

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10 reviews for Home-it It Mop and Broom Holder, 5 Position with 6 Hooks Garage Storage Holds up to 11 Tools, Storage Solutions for Broom Holders, Garage Storage Systems Broom Organizer for Garage Shelving Ideas Tools & Home Improvement

  1. ShellybeenzShellybeenz

    This product is fantastic! It was easy to mount and hanging things are a breeze. My house is very old with no extra closet or pantry space. I needed to clean up the dreaded corner of shovels and a mop. Luckily this product was able to do that and it also comes with hooks. Since it’s hung by my back door in the kitchen I can also hang my aprons and purse on it. This little piece is very sturdy and so are those little hooks. My double zippered purse is full of things/weight and it holds like a charm. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who’s just looking for a sensible option.

  2. Erin with help from Earl the catErin with help from Earl the cat

    Very sturdy product. Exceeded expectationsI’ve been using this constantly for about 5 months. The mechanism that holds the brooms in place is still as tight as when I got it. You do have to use a tad bit of force to push your items in and pull them out. It shouldn’t be a problem at all for most people but if you are elderly or have arthritis it may be an issue.I liked this product so much I bought a second similar item (stupidly I didn’t buy this item again, my mistake) the second broom organizer had all these ranting 5 star reviews. Too many untrue reviews!! Once seeing that product compared to this one I realized I had been duped by people leaving 5 star reviews for products they didn’t actually pay for and probably didn’t use. I came back to buy this one again and update my review so hopefully someone else won’t make the same mistake.Update 2/2017- the mechinisms are still solid and tight as day 1, I’ve had my full size vacum hanging from this for periods of time. Everything still locks in/pulls out as it did the first week. — the junk one I bought was thrown in the recycle bin months ago!!FYI you still do need to use a bit of force to push the broom in and pull it out – my mother had rumitoid arthritis, she would have had a hard time locking her swifter in place-

  3. I love peanut butter

    The picture is accurate. You can easily hold 5 items that have a long handle (thing a mop or broom) if you do what the picture says (some items have the handle pointing up, others need to go the opposite direction). The unit itself is made of plastic and is not particularly heavy. However, it comes with 6 mounting screws as well as the drywall plastic thing (meaning you don’t have to mount it into a stud). For mine, four of my screws were used with the drywall thing while I coincidentally hit a stud for the other two (the screws go in pairs one over top of the other). It took me 10 minutes to install. I drilled pilot holes so as not to mess up my drywall. This product is as advertised.

  4. JenJen

    I wish I’d purchased this sooner. It works great and was easy to install. I held it up against the wall, placed a small level on top to ensure it was straight, used a pencil to mark the center of each screw hole, installed anchors, and screwed in. It gives me warm fuzzy feelings when I see it because everything looks so organized!Note: I had an issue with my broom sliding down through the grips. Weight-wise, it was the lightest thing I tried to hang; there were no issues with the heavier items. Wrapping a rubber band around the handle solved the problem (see photo of yellow broomstick handle).

  5. Dara’s Crafty CreationDara’s Crafty Creation

    Living in an apartment I had limited closet space for my cleaning supplies. I saw this on Amazon and decided to give it a try. This was super easy to attach to the wall. I did have to drill 6 holes to attach it. This set comes with everything you need including the screws and anchors to secure it. When putting my brooms and mops inside of this holder, I notice it’s easier if you bring the handle from the bottom and push it up into the holder. The holder has little Springs that’ll securely hold each handle. I also love that it has little pull-out hooks that you can use for Rags or other items. I would definitely recommend this to a friend. If freed up so much extra space in the closet. Plus now I can hang the mop and I know it will dry instead of being stuck on the floor or pushed up against the wall.

  6. Mad Angry PandaMad Angry Panda

    Used it to mount my lightsabers and it worked perfectly

  7. JacquiJacqui

    I have a small apartment and the broom closet was always a mess with the brooms hitting me in the face whenever I took the trash out. This saved me so much stress! The slots have little rollers and they move to fit just about any size mop or broom. There are also little hooks that can drop down if you want to hold towels or the dust pan, which is what I use it for. This is a must-have organizational tool!

  8. JakobeJakobe

    It’s a broom rack and it performs it’s job well.The springs holding the mechansims are strong. The plastic feels durable and like it would last.It came with mounting hardware but the screws were too long for my hollow core door, so I used toggle bolts instead (some folks call them “butterfly” screws). As you can see in my images it can be loaded full of various tools and holds everything in place, feels sturdy once bolted to the door. The fold away hooks are a nice touch.We turned our unused hot water tank room as an efficient use of space to store vacs, brooms and mops. I plan on adding a small shelf in here for some cleaning detergents and whatnot like extra filters and mop heads ect.PROS:• Thick plastic• Strong springs• Grippy rubber slots• Hold items tightly• Folding hideaway hooks are a bonus• Includes mounting hardwareCONS:• Could be slightly wider• Included screws too long for most hollow core doors, but fine for drywall• No other major issuesOther observations:It’s not a one handed operation for some items, you need to either hold the spring loaded part open with one hand and insert the tool shaft with the other. Or  insert the tool handle from the bottom to push the lever out of the way. But it’s really not a big deal to do this and it makes them hold tight on the rack so they dont fall should you slam the door.

  9. JustSoYouKnow

    I bought this SO long ago, but for some reason, anything I buy that needs to be attached to the wall will sit in limbo for an exceedingly long amount of time until I finally decide to install it. It’s like I have a mental block with wall-hanging items. :/I really shouldn’t have waited so long, because installation was not NEARLY as bad as I thought it would be. In fact, it was one of the easier items we’ve ever put up.Installation:I took my longest stick, and placed it in the holder to see how high I would need to affix it to the wall, making sure to let most of the stick hang underneath in the event of any downward sliding it may do while hanging. We then took the level, made it straight, and used a sharpie to mark the six holes on the wall.This particular wall was drywall, so pilot holes were made, the drywall mounts were added, then the holder was lined up accordingly. The middle top hole was the first to be screwed in, then the outward bottom ones, then the rest, leaving a solid hold to the wall.I would recommend that you open at least one of the hooks before installation so as to make sure that you do not affix it to the wall upside down. We had no problem, but I could see this being easy to overlook.Everything hangs in the holder exactly as it was designed to do, making this a wonderful addition to help tidy up your home. Ours is in the garage, but this would also work perfectly for any brooms, swiffer mops, and/or dustpans which may be stored inside.In fact, more than likely an additional holder WILL be purchased in the future for that very reason, but I’m going to wait until I know I’m ready to hang it on the wall before doing so this time lol.

  10. Robin Scott

    I absolutely appreciate this organizer. I gave it a 4 out of 5 only because I have never used one to compare with, so the 4 is truly a 5. Also, I have not used them long enough to provide a true assessment of its durability. I will share, my husband was a little fussy because he said I could have saved the money and used nails instead for free. However, once he secured it inside the hallway utility closet and hung up the broom, handled dustpan, dustmop, ceiling fan duster brush, Swifter Wet Jet, the electric bathtub scrubber, and used the hooks to hang accessories and Swifter dusters, he changed his mind. We can now get the vacuum and the carpet cleaner in and out of the closet without any trouble. I have to PUSH and I mean PUSH the handles into the holders, they are so tight, I know they are ridiculously secured. We anticipate it will become easier as we use them. They are easy to pull out. We did not secure it to the sheet rock, however, because we knew we were going to hang some heavy weight on them. So, my husband spray painted and mounted a 1 x 4, securing it to the studs in the wall, then secured the organizer on the 1 x 4. This organizer will not fall off the wall now, ever. Now, my husband wants to purchase more for his garage. Oh…..the things I do for this man!. Thank you Amazon.com for providing me access to this merchandise. It is a winner. P.S. WE are Senior Citizens, so maybe it will not be as hard to push the handles into the slots as it is for me for all you youngins’. Regardless, we are very pleased with its functionality.

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