Two Rake Head Holders
It’s really simple to convert an old rake head into a repurposed functional piece to add to your home! I think it’s perfect for keys or coffee mugs!
I have a friend that likes making use out of old things and when I found out she was moving, I decided to make her family a gift for their new home. Since she’s a Georgia Bulldog, I chose red. Obviously you can choose whatever color you would like!
Materials for Rake Head Holder
An old rake head, removed from the rake handle
Steps for Making Rake Head Holders
Step One: Scrub the rake head with CLR and steel wool to make it as clean as possible. (Depending on the condition of the rake head you are using, you may need to adjust the amount of cleaning needed.)
Step Two: Prop the rake head up. (You can see I used a branch and placed it on some rocks.) You want to protect whatever surface you are using. Spray the rake head as evenly as possible. Follow the directions on the can and after the appropriate wait time, you will need to reposition the rake head and respray from different angles. Repeat until you are satisfied.
Step Three: Hang your rake head. I would suggest searching for a stud in the wall because if you are hanging a large amount of mugs, it may get heavy. I hung this just for the purpose of these pictures, so I used a nail. You may prefer something with a hook, but I will leave that up to you.
Step Four: Hang your keys.
Or Step Four: Hang your coffee mugs.
What is something else you might hang from an old rake head that has now been transformed?