I’m packing in the rain, just packing in the rain

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It’s that rainy season again and sometimes we find that we have to pack or unpack a storage bins, or move a vehicle from storage, under such conditions. Here are a few ideas to best help with such a scenario:

**Hand cart, Dolly … Wheel it all at once! A lot of facilities have hand carts and dollies for tenant use, you just have to ask the manager! This helps immensely with moving in rain or shine, but above all when having to move in and out in the rain. Put them all on the dolly or hand carts and cover them when wheeling to and from your vehicle.

** Tarps. Tarps are the best method to completely protect your items from the rain and they are reasonably priced at local hardware stores. Cover up all items before wheeling them out into the rain and they’ll stay dry.

**Cloth / old sheet.  Cover your items with old clothes, old sheets, old towels, anything old that you can use to cover your items and protect them from the rain and water damage!

**Wear Rain clothes/ Warm Clothes.  Wearing appropriate attire is nearly half the battle when loading and unloading in the rain. You don’t want to risk getting soaking wet when loading or unloading a unit!

**Bring an Umbrella Large umbrellas can help cover smaller items as you carry them in and out of the unit, while also keeping you dry!

For the best storage in Agua Dulce, CA, Agua Dulce Storage  is the perfect location to store all your belongings in self storage bins. Staff is friendly and helpful, and they offer all important amenities needed for safe and secure storage of bins and vehicles. Call Agua Dulce Storage today for more information at (661) 268-0407. Or visit the website at (https://aguadulcestorage.com/).

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