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Since wooden furniture is permeable it can absorb excess moisture. One of the best ways to protect it is with a paste wax coating which acts as a covering and covers tiny cracks. In addition to this itâ€™s safe to cover it completely with sheets and tarps as well.
Start gathering the packing materials youâ€™ll need well in advance of your storage move â€“ often times there are sites like cragslist.com or freecycle.org that have FREE packing materials offered in the FREE section! Thatâ€™s awesome! Some things you may need to find or buy are sturdy boxes, packing tape, thick markers, old sheets for furniture covering and bubble wrap. Remember that old newspapers or other recyclable paper can sometimes be used in place of bubble wrap â€“ think dishes or picture frames.
You want to fit as much stuff in as little space as possible. This means breaking down anything you can (think removable legs or pieces) , rolling clothes, stacking dishes and other nick knackâ€™s inside each other â€“ you get the idea. You can even use large appliances to store things in â€“ think book collection in the refrigerator.