How to Build a Work Glove Holder | Ask This Old House

9July 2018

Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shares a viewer tip for an inexpensive solution to storing work gloves.
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Time: 30 minutes

Cost: $20

Skill Level: Beginner

Tools List for Building a Work Glove Holder:

Shopping List:
Spring clamps

1. Drill a small hole in one side of the spring clamp.
2. Feed the string through the hole. An awl can assist with this.
3. Fold the string over the clamp to hold it in position.
4. After attaching all the desired clamps, tie a knot in the top.
5. Clip gloves to the spring clamps.
6. Hang the whole assembly on a nail or hook.

The spring clips and twine used for the homemade glove organizer can be found at the local home center.

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