Now that summer is coming to an end, it is time to store away your summer clothing and get out those cozy sweaters. Below you will find helpful tips on how to store your summer clothing.
3 Quick Tips on How to Store Your Summer Clothing
1. Vacuum-Sealed Bags
Vacuum-sealed bags are a lifesaver when storing clothing. When storing your clothes in these bags, be sure to sore the bags by item type. Have a bag designated to shorts, swimsuits, short sleeves/tanks, etc. This will make it very helpful in case you need a specific item or have a planned winter vacation and you need access to your shorts. These bags are also super helpful with keeping moths out.
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2. Storage Bins
One of the more obvious ways to store summer clothing is through storage bins. Storage bins are helpful because they are stackable. They also are durable to the elements. Unlike vacuum-sealed bags, they also allow you to dig through the incase you are looking for an item. It is best to organize them by item as well so it makes the hunt easier. It is also helpful to do this so unpacking them back into your closet goes smooth.
3. Rent a Unit
Now that you have stored your summer clothing, where do you actually put it? Storage units are super helpful for this as they are insulated. This is important during the winter months so your clothing stays in good conditions. They are also helpful because they help get the bins and vacuum-sealed bags out of the house and out of the way. You can also pick the size unit that works best for you. If you also need to store other summer items, you can choose a unit big enough.
How to Find the Best Summer Storage Unit
Smith Valley Storage offers summer storage units with a number of features, such as temperature control, video surveillance, and drive-up access. Greenwood has fairly high humidity levels throughout summer, so you can rely on a safe summer storage unit to keep your belongings protected from the harsh summer weather.