If you’re like most people, your furniture collects dust, dirt, and other things that can cause damage to the piece. This is why it’s important to store it properly so that it doesn’t get damaged when you bring it home again. There are many different ways that people store their furniture and some methods work better than others depending on what type of furniture you have at home and how often you use it. In this blog post we’ll go over some tips for storing your furniture so that when next time comes around (or actually any time), nothing bad happens!
Clean Your Furniture Piece
Clean your furniture piece thoroughly before storing it. Remove any dirt or dust from the surface, using a soft cloth or vacuum cleaner. Don’t use harsh chemicals or cleaning agents on your furniture—they may damage it over time! Don’t use abrasive cleaners or sponges either; these can scratch the surface of your piece and make it look worse than when you bought it new. It’s best to choose an all-natural solution like vinegar and water if you want to get rid of stubborn stains that won’t budge by themselves (like coffee rings).
Measure and Take a Picture of Your Furniture Piece
Measure your furniture pieces like bedroom sets, sectionals, and sofa sets, and take a picture of it from all angles. This will make sure that you have a good idea of how much space you need for the storage unit, which can be helpful when shopping around for one.
Wrap Your Furniture Piece in Plastic
Wrap your furniture piece in plastic. You can use plastic sheeting, bags, or wrap. Plastic tarps are another option if you don’t want to store the piece in a bag or box.
Plastic drop cloths are also an excellent choice for protecting the floor from dust and dirt when moving furniture around.
Find the Right Storage Unit for Your Furniture
The first step toward finding the right storage unit for your furniture is to ask people you know. If you have friends, family members or coworkers who are also moving and need space to store their belongings, ask them where they recommend going for storage. You can also look for recommendations on websites like Yelp and Google Maps by typing in a nearby city or neighborhood.
If possible, consider looking at different locations before choosing one that suits your needs best. Some businesses have larger units available while others have smaller ones that might not be able to hold all of your belongings but may benefit from being within walking distance of home so that everything can be easily accessible when needed (e..g., studying)
Storage units aren’t easy to fill with furniture
The first thing to know is that storing furniture isn’t as simple as throwing it in a storage unit and forgetting about it. You’ll need to take time to clean your furniture, organize it and decide exactly what you want to keep.
There are several ways of storing your furniture:
- Keep the items you use often on display (this can help you remember where they are).
- Store others away from view so that they’re not distracting when guests visit.
- Find a place for old pieces that no longer serve any purpose but still look good enough to display or sell on eBay or Craigslist if needed (this could include chairs with broken arms or legs).
This means that you’ll need to clean it beforehand
As you’re planning your furniture storage solution, it’s important to keep in mind that cleaning is the first step. Cleaning can be done with a vacuum or a damp cloth, but you should make sure that the surface of the furniture is completely dry before storing it away. This will help prevent any staining or odors from accumulating on the surface of your item (and possibly attracting bugs).
In addition to cleaning up before storing, it’s also recommended that you do some kind of maintenance on older pieces of furniture as well—even if they’re just moved into storage rather than taken out of use entirely! For example: if your couch has seen better days and needs new cushions or fabric seats; or if there are stains on an old wooden chair leg that need polishing off; then now would be a good time for those projects instead of waiting until after we’ve all spent so much effort moving around these rooms so far already!”
Protect the furniture’s exposed areas
To prepare your furniture for storage, it’s important to ensure that the surface is clean and free of dirt. A soft cloth can be used to wipe down the surface, removing any dust or dirt. If there are stickers or labels on the piece of furniture, remove them before storing it in an area where they could damage other items.
Wrap your furniture in plastic or paper
If you’re wrapping your furniture in paper, cardboard, or plastic, then make sure to use something that will hold up to the elements. This can be anything from a thick blanket to plastic storage containers with lids (if you have them).
If you don’t have any extra blankets lying around the house and need something more durable than just wrapping things up in newspapers or magazines, then look into buying some shelving units from IKEA! They come in pretty colors and are easy to install on walls by yourself!
Take off any removable pieces or parts from your furniture
If your furniture has any removable pieces or parts, go ahead and take those off. You don’t want them to get damaged by the elements by being left out all year long. If you’re worried about their safety, make sure that they are in a location where they can be covered with a tarp or other coverings when not in use.
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