3 Boat Storage Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

Posted on: 15 March 2017

Storing your boat, whether for winter or just for a couple of months when it won't be in use, must be done properly if you want to avoid problems down the road. Many boat owners try to self store, although this isn't always the best option. The following are some mistakes you want to avoid when storing your boat for more than a couple of weeks. #1: Storing the boat outside
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Easy Ways To Move In Or Out Without A Moving Crew

Posted on: 1 March 2017

You an rally up all of your friends and family and request their assistance when you want to move out or into a new abode, but when the time comes start lugging boxes disaster can happen when no one shows up. If you really need to stay on a time schedule and need to move your belongings on your own, here are some ways that you can get the job down without wearing down your back.
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Tips For Cleaning And Storing Your Silk And Wool Garments

Posted on: 13 July 2016

Whether it is a whimsical silk blouse or a comfy wool sweater, nothing compares to the feeling of a luxurious material on your skin. If your wardrobe is quickly outgrowing your closet space, you may be considering placing your delicate, luxurious items in a storage unit. In order to prevent damage, it is vital that you store these delicate fabrics correctly. Here is how to store some of your favorite luxurious garments, and why it is so important to wash the pieces first:
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Six Points To Ponder Prior To Shrink Wrapping Your Boat As A Part Of Your Winter Storage

Posted on: 11 July 2016

If you own a boat, summer always seems to quickly come and go. There never seems to be enough time to be on the water as much as you want. Before you know it, you will be making plans to place your boat back in storage for the winter. Depending on where you live and the type of boat storage you are planning to use, you may want to consider shrink wrapping your boat prior to putting it up.
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