If you must use a temporary storage, but do not know where to start, read our guide: practical storage tips
Choose the right size of box
Often it happens that many of our customers do not have enough space and end up having to move all the goods in a bigger box much faster than they thought. The result is a temporary warehouse with the goods and stuck a headache to find a solution. When you decide to use a self-storage, it is advisable to take the right fit right away.
If your box is too small, you’ll find the objects to set us up to the point where you will not be able to handle it. Nothing is more frustrating than overloaded space objects impossible to extract. The best thing to do is to compile a list of everything you want to deposit and determine the right size in advance. Do not go just for intuition. When choosing a temporary storage in Singapore, it is always best to consider how much need we have of having to move things inside
Do not deposit in your box
Many objects are obviously a poor choice when it comes to what to wear and what not to put in your unit, but sometimes you wonder, can I deposit it? Here is a list of items that you should never leave a temporary warehouse.
Chemicals and other hazardous substances
While in your garage can hold cans of gasoline, or milk with paint inventories, etc. flammable objects, these cannot be filed in a Self-storage because the combustion risk not only can damage your goods but also in the box next to yours.
Plants and living organisms
While it is more than clear that the self-storage is not obviously a place to keep pets, someone does not know that plants are living beings! Depositing plants not only does not allow them to receive sunlight but exposes them to a climate that can easily kill them.
Canned foods may be safely deposited for long periods in your warehouse while the foods that need to be kept cold or have short-term should never be stored. These foods can cause bad odors and pests in the unit which can potentially damage other stored goods.
Tips to prevent the formation of mildew on your merchandise
Not many experiences are more devastating of having to put items in a box, then discovering that mold has destroyed your possessions.
Fortunately, there are these simple steps you can follow to reduce the chance that mold will grow on subjects deposits.
First, never store wet items. Check that your clothes are clean and damp, that the coffee machine has is completely empty of water and gravel in the fish tank is completely dry.
Then, why not consider putting a desiccant in your temporary storage for your goods. It’s made by gel or crystals which absorb moisture from the surrounding atmosphere. Do you remember those little bags with the words “do not swallow” you found in the box of your new shoes? They are the desiccants that help to prevent any moisture.