5 Ways Do-It-Yourselfers Use Click & Carry
OK… So it’s time to start the next Do-It-Yourself project. Now you need to gather the materials necessary to complete the job! Well, first, do NOT leave home without your Click & Carry. Here are five creative ways Do-It-Yourselfers use Click & Carry to make their work easier.
1. Carrying Cans & Pails
Click & Carry is ideal for carrying paint cans and construction pails. Each Click & Carry can hold up to 80 lbs. (both statically and dynamically). Check out our photo of an over-achiever pushing the boundary by carrying two 68-lbs. pails for a total of 136-lbs. Note, we don’t advise carrying so much weight, but carrying home two one-gallon paint cans from Lowe’s or Home Depot will certainly be a breeze!
2. Bringing Home Goodies from the Flea Market
Many Do-It-Yourselfers find treasure troves of goodies at flea markets. It’s a DIYer dream to find something old and abandoned and make it shiny and new once again! Click & Carry aids in toting all those “upcoming projects” home to the refurbishing lab so you may breathe new life into someone else’s discarded garbage.
3. Organize Your Crafting Tools & Equipment
Here’s a fun trick for you Do-It-Yourselfers… Check out the last 10 seconds of this video clip from the HGTV show called “I Want That…”. It shows a smart woman organizing her purses in the closet – you could even organize and store crafting tools/equipment (yarn, paint, paper, etc.) using a Click & Carry.
4. Hauling Large Bags
Spring is coming and it’s almost time to begin your yard work! Click & Carry is a necessary tool to tote the bags of concrete, dirt for the garden or even the tool bags filled with shovels, hoes, mattock and pick, trowel and bulb planter. Click & Carry is ideal to carry heavy bags of concrete for that pesky sidewalk project and for the rock salt needed to clear your driveway in winter.
5. Hauling Awkward Shaped Equipment
Click & Carry can help you to transport heavy items for your next DIY activity, whether you’re going to the beach, river or mountains. I’ve worn heavy pieces by creating a make-shift carrier tethered together with a Click & Carry and some belts or straps. Get the kids’ surfboards from the car to the water with less hassle!
More Innovative Ways Do-It-Yourselfers Use Click & Carry
We know our customers find other ways to use their Click & Carry handle devices – we get photos from around the world. That has inspired our Click & Carry Creative Use Photo Contest, running through March 31, 2017. If you have a way you think is unique, we encourage you to enter!