If you work in an environment that sees a lot of activity you may need some advice on how to keep a workshop clean in addition to knowing some tool design. For one thing, the space behind or near your workshop can be extremely difficult to clean because the dust and debris from other work that’s been done there might be hard to get to. Also, since most workshops are generally located in dark, stuffy rooms it’s very hard to get a good view of what’s going on or to clean without getting up and walking around. Fortunately, there are a few simple tips that will make your workshop experience much easier and cleaner.
Be Aware of the Space
The most important thing to remember when it comes to how to keep a workshop clean is that the best way to prevent problems in the first place is to avoid doing really dirty work in your workshop if you can help it. You could work in the driveway, for example. If possible, work in a different location or at least let others know where you’re working. This won’t just keep them from damaging your equipment but also might prevent small pieces of hardware like screws from going into hard-to-reach places, which will require more scrubbing and repair work down the line.
Keep It Organized
Another great tip on how to keep a workshop clean is to keep it organized. If you’ve got lots of tools and equipment then I recommend having a toolbox on hand so that everything you need can be found easily and quickly. A toolbox will also make it easier to store small parts, such as screws and washers, which can get lost over time. You should also try to keep your workshop clear of debris and other items that might get caught in your equipment or flooring.