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On 7/26/2015 at 5:27 AM, torontotoolman said:


Tomorrow the whole garage is coming down then first step is done http://images.tapatalk-cdn.com/15/07/25/f742213e51afcfaa6bb98d2b5f323941.jpg found this retro black and decker drill and jigsaw but raccons had taken over this garage for a few years so nothing was really save able i dont trust nothing to keep

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It seems like you're sharing some image files and a message regarding the demolition and cleanup of your garage. While I can't view or analyze the image files, I can provide some general advice for your garage cleanup process.

  1. Safety First: Before starting any demolition or cleanup work, ensure you have the necessary safety equipment such as gloves, goggles, and a dust mask. Clear the area of any potential hazards or obstructions.

  2. Remove Debris: Begin by removing all debris and unwanted items from the garage. Separate them into different categories for disposal, recycling, or donation.

  3. Clean Surfaces: Thoroughly clean the surfaces, walls, and floors of the garage. Use appropriate cleaning products and tools to remove dirt, dust, and any lingering raccoon residue. Consider pressure washing for more effective cleaning.

  4. Assess Damages: Inspect the structure for any damages caused by raccoons or other pests. Address any necessary repairs to ensure the garage is safe and secure.

  5. Organize and Plan: Take this opportunity to organize your garage space. Install storage solutions such as shelves, hooks, or cabinets to maximize storage and keep things organized.

  6. Upgrade Tools: If your old tools, like the retro black and decker drill and jigsaw, are no longer trustworthy, consider investing in new, reliable tools for your future projects.

Remember to prioritize safety, take it step by step, and plan your garage cleanup and renovation process according to your needs and preferences.

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