Ooh! I just found my lawn mowers (I have two non-working, half-stripped ones) are covered under scrap metal. And I know where to take all those abandoned grill-sized propane tanks those previous owners left.
Man, two years ago when I researched this, this site wasn’t even up. Now I know what to do with all this crap. And the trash place is pretty close to my house. Yay. Or boo. Depends on how much work I am setting myself up for... :)
I also have a lot of heavy items, like few boxes of dark pink tiles, piles of bricks, bags of sand, and I found I have enough road salt to melt most of the driveways in my neighborhood. Too bad it doesn’t snow anymore.
I also tossed a rusty hibachi, an old golf bag cart, a moldy bristle dart board, several piles of oil-stained sheets and tube socks (apparently, they recycled these for automotive needs), a child’s Minnie Mouse chair (that might be mine, actually), and a few decayed wooden planters and bird feeders.
I also replaced the burned-out light bulbs with new fluorescent bulbs so I could see what I was doing. Now it’s nice and bright in there.
I still have to toss out a lot of moldy cardboard, too. And sweep. The dust was so thick in there, I had to use the leaf blower, which also was great at ripping down a lot of cobwebs.
Funny thing is... I am not sure what further use I will have for it. Most of the crap I’d want to store can’t really be left in a shed, like books, electronics, toys, and other assorted “don’t want bugs or mold in them” knick-knacks. But at least it will be neat and tidy.