With having an active sports loving toddler at home, I'm pretty sure balls of every kind come with the territory!?!? Soccer balls, footballs, basketballs, volleyballs, etc. The thing that really gets to me is having them all over the garage floor. I have personally ran over a soccer ball and basketball because they weren't put away and were hidden under the car tires! They popped and I had to buy new ones. Ugh... frustrating! I tried putting the balls on shelves, but they kept rolling off. I tried putting them in those ball bags, but that just got frustrating digging through it.

We are currently in the process of moving (yippee) and one of the things I have on the list is to have a very organized and functional garage. A garage where everything has a place. So when I got the opportunity to review the Ball Claws I was very eager to give them a try and the timing couldn't be better! Once we move in this weekend and get the garage in order I plan to update this post with a picture of the Ball Claws in action! We used them briefly in this garage and was VERY impressed! My husband thought they were handy!


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