How To Store Clothes in a Storage Unit
7 Easy Steps for Storing Clothes
Wash, dry, and iron all your clothing
Fold your clothes before storing
Buy plastic bins with clip-on lids
Use cedar balls or chips to maintain freshness
Avoid using vacuum-sealed bags
Find a clean, cool place to store your clothes
Check your clothing storage
Step 1: Wash, Dry, and Iron All Your Clothing
Step 2: Fold Your Clothes Before Storing
After washing your clothes, making sure you fold them before storing them. If you dont fold your clothes, they will wrinkle and settle leaving you with clothes you cant wear. If you want to know how to fold your clothes while maximizing your storage space, watch this video.
Step 3: Buy Plastic Bins with Clip-On Lids
Step 4: Use Cedar Balls To Block Bugs and Odors
Step 5: Avoid Vacuum Sealed Bags
Do not use vacuum-sealed bags when storing clothes. They can save a lot of space but they will clothing when left in storage.
Step 6: Store Your Clothes in Clean, Cool, and Dark Place
After packing, it is time to find a place to store your clothes. It is important to explore your options and find the best storage option for you. We recommend finding a clean, cool, and dark place to store your clothes to protect them from humidity, water, mold, and mildew damages. At Beyond Self Storage, we have 100% indoor climate-controlled storage facilities with white-glove clean storage units that keep your clothes protected. We currently 14 locations nationwide in Lenexa, KS, Chesterfield, MO, Pittsburgh, PA, Arlington Heights, IL, Sterling Heights, IL, Macomb, MI, and Minneapolis, MN.
Step 7: Check Your Storage Unit Periodically
Once you have found a place to store your clothing, the job isn’t finished. Make sure to check your storage unit periodically to make sure your clothes are staying protected. Share these 7 easy tips with your family and friends on how to store clothes in a storage unit.