Storage and Plastic Containers

Do you have your precious family pictures stored in a garage or shed? Do you have your family treasures stored in a cellar or attic?.Recently I cleaned out my storage sheds that had been full of junk for eleven years. Does this sound familiar? Where does all this junk come from and how does it it accumulates so fast.What was so horrifying about all this junk that had been stacked and shoved into this small shed for so many years, was the condition of the card board boxes.

The boxes were practically non-existent. The shed leaked and water damage to the boxes and to the items in the boxes was disastrous.Precious family pictures were so water damaged they had to be tossed into the trash along with many books.The very worst of this big mess was the fact that mice and rats had gotten into the shed.

They had chewed parts of the card board boxes and left droppings inside the boxes and all over the floor of the shed. In order to remove all the junk left in the boxes I had to wear rubber gloves.Mice and rat droppings can cause you to get really sick if you don't wash your hands frequently.

Not only your hands it gets on your clothes and is tracked into the house no matter how careful you are.If I only knew eleven years ago what I know now. Don't put anything into a shed, garage, cellar or attic without a plastic container. Today plastic containers come in various sizes and colors. They have lids that fit nice and tight and you can write on them describing what is inside.I am not selling plastic containers but I highly recommend to each and every one of you who are now storing your precious pictures and family treasures in card board boxes repack them in plastic.

Thank you for reading my article I hope you enjoyed it. Please feel free to comment on this article or on any of my other articles. I would love to hear from you.Copyright 2006 Linda Meckler.

.Linda is the author of her first adventure, "Ghost Kids Trilogy," Christy, 12 and her Brother Brad, 16 move into an old house on top of a mountain and meet two Ghost Kids.

Become involved with all the characters and all the adventure and mystery.Then we have a mysterious, magical Blue Vase where Uncle Charlie the villain is trapped. Take a walk with Christy and Brad down a dark hall hunting for Pirates" Treasure.You will think were you there right there with them.

Love, Family Values and Charity burst off the pages.Check out my website Ghost Kids Trilogy at http://www. Check out my website.If you are bed or wheelchair confined or can't sit on a toilet and urinate check out my website for, "Instant Bladder Relief Urinal."

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