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Here are some useful ideas to help you better protect and organize your possessions
Try to use boxes that are uniformly sized for easier stacking.
Store light boxes at the top and heavy ones at the bottom.
Do not overfill boxes as they may topple when stacked or burst during the move.
Cover or box items to minimize dust accumulation.
Do not store mattresses, area rugs, or clothing in direct contact with concrete floors.
Treat metal objects with rust protector or wipe them with an oily rag.
Store old photographs between sheets of cardboard taped together to prevent curling.
Leave refrigerator/freezer doors open to prevent mold growth inside the appliance.
Use the space inside the refrigerator or freezer for additional storage.
Do not store flammable liquids/items in your unit.
Drain gasoline and oil from mowers/small engines. Follow manufacturer instructions.
Organizing Your Unit
Leave a space between your items and the storage unit wall for air circulation.
Leave an aisle to give yourself better access to your stored items.
Remove table legs and disassemble furniture, if possible, to conserve space.
Store items that you need most near the front of your unit or along an aisle.
Use freestanding shelf units to help you better organize your stored items.
Label boxes and containers clearly to identify the contents.