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Helpful Hint and Tips for Moving and Storing    
   

Guidelines for Storing Specific Items

 



Materials Needed For Storage

 


 


Hwy. 49 South Location




 

Self Storage is a convenient, safe and inexpensive way to store your belongings. The first step is deciding on what unit size will best fit your needs.
An efficiently packed small space will cost less
than a larger space. If you frequently use the space, a large space, well organized (racks and file boxes), may be more convenient.


General Storage Tips:
  • Do not use heavy plastic to cover furniture.
    Use only blankets or thin breathable plastic
    made specifically for storage.
     
  • Cover floor with cardboard or blankets, depending on what is being stored.
     
  • Leave a small amount of space around the walls.
     
  • Do not store gas containers or flammable substances in a storage unit.
     
  • Do not make boxes too heavy and be sure to label them well.(30lb max)
     
  • Use all available space by stacking boxes in the corners and underneath tables and on top of furniture and appliances.
     
  • Be sure to stack heavier boxes on the bottom and lighter boxes on top.
     
 
  • BOXES
     

  • MARKING PENS
     

  • ROPE
     

  • DROP CLOTHS
     

  • MATTRESS and FURNITURE
    COVERS
     

  • BUBBLE WRAP
     

  • STORAGE RACKS
     

  • PALLETS

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TIPS FOR STORING SPECIFIC ITEMS:
 

APPLIANCES:
 

A refrigerator, freezer or washing machine should be thoroughly dry and stored with it's door slightly ajar. Some
goods can be stored inside large appliances and boxes can be stacked on top of appliances. Make sure that stoves
and cooking equipment are cleaned before they are stored.
 

BICYCLES /METAL:

 
To retard rust, wipe all metal surfaces with a rag containing a few drops of machine oil.
 

BOOKS/DOCUMENTS

Pack books flat to protect their spines. Do not place boxes directly on concrete floors, but use pallets or skids to prevent moisture absorption. Use packing to fill out empty pockets in the boxes. DO not pack fragile items in the
same box with books and do not overload. These boxes will get heavy quickly so remember to use your legs
when lifting!
 

BEDDING/CLOTHING
CURTAINS/DRAPES/
LINENS

Clothing, curtains, and drapes should be stored on hangers. If hanging cartons are not available, such items should be carefully folded and stored in dresser drawers or cedar chests along with bedding and linens. Food crumbs or stains should be removed before storage and avoid storing anything that will attract rodents.

 

DISHES/GLASSWARE

Place a layer of packing inside the bottom and the top of boxes containing glassware. All glass items should be individually wrapped. Nest cups and bowls and stand plates, saucers and platters on edge. Wrapped glasses shold be placed near the top of cartons. Fill all pockets with packing. Label boxes containing glassware and do not place heavy items on top of boxes with glassware.
 

FURNITURE

Place a pallet, cardboard mat, or plastic sheet on the floor and stand sofas and mattresses on end. Disassemble beds and tables and wrap table legs in paper. If a table will not disassemble, place padding on the floor and place the table on its top with the legs pointing up. Most lightweight chairs should be stacked seat to at or placed upside down on tables. Finally, place a light dust cover over your furniture.
 

HOLIDAY DECORATIONS
 
Save the original cartons that contained delicate ornaments and pad the ornaments with packing paper or newsprint. Wrap strings of lights around a piece of cardboard before placing in a carton lined with packing paper.
 

LAMPS
Wrap large lamp bases in padding, wrap smaller lamps and place them in boxes. Pack delicate lampshades separately. Do not use newsprint to wrap lamp shades or any other goods that may be damaged by ink stains.
Do not store heavy items on cartons containing lamps or lampshades.


 

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