1. Do not store fur and leather products in an airtight container after moving with http://www.flashmoving.net/packers-and-movers/. Natural materials should breathe and be ventilated. But only observe the temperature regime: exclude storage on a balcony in winter at -20 degrees or on a summer loggia, with a greenhouse temperature of +25 and scorching sunlight, otherwise “Goodbye, color!”
2. coats and sheepskin coats are better stored in a voluminous cover of breathable material. The storage system for outerwear is different from storing regular sweatshirts, sweaters, and knitwear in general. Cover allows clothes do not gather dust, and the volume is necessary to freely circulate the air inside and ventilate the fabric.
3. Jeans are best stored in a folded form, not on a hanger – so they will be stored without the classic kinks and will not pull out under their own weight.
Wool and fur clothing should be carefully protected from insects with special repellents. A sachet of lavender flowers is excellent as a moth repellent – it’s not only pest protection, but also a great fragrance for your clothes.
5. Outer coats and men’s suits should be stored on hangers with widened shoulders to avoid deformation. That’s why storing clothes in a walk-in closet is most convenient – a separate room has the ability to accommodate as many rails as you need.
6. Hangers-hangers should be selected taking into account the size of the clothes. If you pick too big hangers, there is a risk of stretching the clothes in the shoulders so that they don’t return to their original shape. If you take too small hangers, then, firstly, the clothes will not stick well to the hanger, and secondly, there will be unpleasant bumps in the shoulders, which will be impossible to fix on knitted or woolen garments.
7. If you use clothing storage services, then there should be sent for storage only clean and dry clothes. Dirt that is left on fabrics may over time become so deeply ingrained that it will be impossible to wash. Also, stains, crumbs, and dirt make the fabric less resistant to wear and tear.
8. Silk blouses and lightweight dresses should be placed on a coat hanger with an anti-slip covering or covered with a fabric such as satin. This way the silk will remain as soft, voluminous and without chafing. An important condition for storing airy lightweight dresses made of natural and synthetic materials is to keep the volume of the fabric in the shoulders, which is exactly what padded shoulders provide.
9. Store your underwear best in special organizers. Use modern clothing storage accessories that are easy to find online – containers, dividers, organizers, coffers, drawers, baskets.
10. Bulky things – blankets, plaids, pillows – are better stored in soft coffers, which are malleable and can partially take the form of a folded item of textile.