2017 Hacks to Clean Your Portable Garage
- Parent Category: ROOT
- Category: Blog
- Published: Sunday, 15 January 2017 22:36
- Written by Rhino Shelter
Portable or not, your garage is a quick and easy option to store just about anything. As time passes, many clients find themselves piling things up in their portable garage to make room in their house.. Tools, decorations, winter clothes, all get piled in this outdoor space, out of sight and out of mind. xEven dirt, leaves,
and oil can accumulate in your portable garage, especially if you are using it to store outdoor equipment or vehicles. Here are some quick, simple tricks to clean your portable garage.
ü Go through everything. Many times, items that are intended to be thrown out or donated end up somewhere else in storage in our house. Set aside a time to take everything out of your portable garage and get rid of what you don’t need. While you have it all out, take the opportunity to organize, sort, and box your items to make the most out of your space.
ü Hose it down. Take the time to wash both the exterior and interior of your portable garage. Since you have everything cleared out to begin with, use a mixture of soap and water to clean off anything that seems particularly dirty. Pay strict attention to stubborn dirt and oil stains.
ü Clean off your equipment. Whether you are using your garage to store boats, mowers, tractors, cars, or RVs, spend some time cleaning off your equipment. This will eliminate the risk of messing your garage with more dirt and oil before the day is even over.
ü Organize. Place similar items near each other. Use bins that you can mark and label so you can access what you need in a quick and easy fashion. Try to eliminate clutter by getting rid of anything that might not seem important and prevents you from being able to organize properly.
ü Inspect. Since most portable garages are exposed to extreme weather conditions, take some time while cleaning to inspect your shelter. Both the structure and canopy should be checked for tears, punctures, and fraying. During regular cleaning routines, finding an issue that can be easily patched will save you a great deal of time and money.
Setting aside time to clean your portable garage once every six months is a great way to eliminate clutter, prevent damage, and save time and money in the long run.