Say Goodbye to Cold Weather
Spruce Up Your Spring Cleaning With A Storage Unit
Spring is here, time to start thinking about spring cleaning!. Renting a storage unit can help you kick start your spring cleaning and help with storing your winter sports gear that is filing your closets and piling up in your garage.
Store seasonal items
Put away your ski’s, snowboard, coats and boots until next year. If your closets are already full, consider renting a self storage unit. Even if you have the space, you could probably use it for something better. Your home shouldn’t become a storage unit. Make sure you wash and dry all of your items before you pack them away. Store these items in large clear plastic bags or bins and don’t forget to label. Service your ski’s and snowboards so they are ready for next year.
Prep your Snowmobile or ATV for Storage
Instead of filling up your garage, rent a storage unit to store your snowmobile or ATV. Make sure to clean off all the dirt, salt and grime that has accumulated over the winter, since this can rust and corrode the equipment. Remove the battery and store it separately. Make sure to add fuel stabilizer to the gasoline to prevent condensation from occurring.
Swap out your Wardrobe
Pack away your winter coats, sweaters and other heavy clothing to make room for your spring attire. Take this time to go thru your clothing and donate anything you seldom wear. If you don’t have space in your home to store your winter wardrobe, consider renting a self storage unit.
Start a Spring Cleaning Checklist
Now that you have removed your extra items from your home, it’s time to create a spring cleaning list of tasks you want to accomplish, this will help you stay on track. It’s easy to get distracted when you start spring cleaning, especially if you’re going through clutter and making decisions on what to keep, donate or put into storage.