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Owners of Minnesota storage facilities often express surprise at the kind of things customers want to store in their unit. Many of these items are illegal. Most of them, however, are things that should not be stored either for safety and security reasons or to prevent damage to them while in storage.
First, you should never store kitchen fuels, gasoline, propane cylinders, or fuel oils in the storage unit. If you want to store containers of fuel, make sure they are emptied out and sealed by professionals, if needed. Combustible materials, such as paints, are fire hazards in the tiny, close chamber of one of the Minnesota storage facilities.
Some items need to be cleaned, oiled, or otherwise overhauled before storage. These include kitchen appliances, such as refrigerators. It would be advisable to remove cells from battery-run appliances, such as clocks and remote controls. On the other hand, items such as old, expensive furniture should not be varnished before storage, as this can damage the finish.
The list of do’s and don’ts for storage items does not end here. You need to know exactly how to store woolen and silk fabrics, rugs, carpets, and similar items to avoid attracting pests. Similarly, glassware and porcelain utensils and decorative need to be packed in a way that minimizes the chances of damage while in storage. Modern Minnesota storage facilities are safe from fire, earthquakes, and floods. Most weatherproof Minnesota storage units prevent the growth of molds and pests.
If you have more questions about how to pack and store certain items, you can find answers by requesting a quote and asking for information through online forms. Send your address, phone number, and other details (such as storage dates) through this form. The Minnesota storage facility owners will call you back and discuss any concerns you have about storage, besides confirming availability of the desired storage unit.