Do you have a vinyl collection but don’t know how to take proper care of it? Considering they are making a comeback, storing vinyl records correctly may just be the single most important thing you can do to keep those memories alive and pass them onto the next generation.
As with most things, there’s a right and wrong way of storing things and vinyl records are no different. In this article, we will share some valuable tips on how to store and what not to do.
The lockdown has brought about significant changes to our daily routines and homeschooling children is one of many. COVID-19 does present a unique challenge but it won’t last forever and you are not alone! Once schools reopen, kids will go back to ‘normal’ and get the help they need to catch up. That said, while they are at home, why not educate and interest them in different ways? One such idea involves organising and storing photographs which can be an exciting family project.
Storing collectables or memorabilia is something many people choose to
do for many different reasons. Some may be after the thrill of finding and
storing collectables while others want to make a profit from buying-and-selling
items. Anything unique enough is worthy of storing from paintings, glassware,
comic books to antique furniture. Regardless of what people store, the common goal
is to keep collectables in the best possible condition.
More and more people are turning to a self storage unit to keep their belongings safe. Whether you’re storing household goods, collectibles, antiques, business stock, equipment or records, organising your storage unit is essential to easily find your things. Poorly organised storage units can be a dangerous playground in many ways. Incorrectly stacked boxes stacked that are too high or uneven could easily topple over damaging goods or cause serious injuries.
Once you have chosen your self storage unit, you must determine exactly how you are going to store your things. You might have a wide variety of items that you want to keep in a damp-free and secure environment. These items can range from books, personal records, old discs and files, to antiques and other valuables.
This simple guide will give you a few helpful ideas, enabling you to maximise space, keep your goods in excellent condition and make it easier to find what you are looking for.
Summer fairs and car boot season mean some will begin collecting while others will add to their growing collection. For the most part, there are two main reasons for storing collectibles: they’re either valuable or cherished.
If you’re at a point where you need to purge some of your valuables, you need to make smart choices. Is your collection outgrowing the spare wardrobe, guest room or garage? Choosing to keep collectibles in self storage is usually a worthy gamble especially if you’re not ready to sell. To keep their value, collectible items need to be kept in top condition and storing collectibles correctly is huge importantly.