Once spring days arrive, it’s time to store your winter clothes. If you are not a pro in making space in your wardrobe, we’re here to give you a hand. Winter items are bigger, chunky, warm and harder to pack. You also have to think about different materials and what’s best for them. Check out these basic tips.
Use Vacuum Storage Bags
Vacuum-sealed storage bags are your best friend when it comes to putting away chunky sweaters and coats. This method will help you save a lot of space and can also store a lot thanks to the vacuum.
Try Plastic Containers
If you need to store winter clothes, you should definitely opt for plastic containers. They are amazing because they will protect all of your pieces from insects, pests, and bugs. Adding lavender to the containers is also a very smart idea.
Avoid Humid Spots
The garage, attic and similar locations are not the best idea. These are spots that can get humid, sometimes even hide mold. It can eventually lead to your clothes being destroyed. Instead, opt for dry spaces such as under the sofa, in the bedroom, or any other room where there is no humidity and you have free space.