Top 3 Tips for Storing Tailgating Equipment

Tailgating is all part of sports but what do you do with the items until the next game? Seasonal storage at 422 Storage provides the space and top solutions to storing your tailgating equipment and more. Whether you are one of the brave who endure the cold weather or you wait for the sun to come out, a Palmyra PA storage unit will keep you organized. Get ready for the next cookout with these top three tips for storing tailgating gear.

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Clean before you store

The smell of hot dogs and burgers wafts through the air and hot wings are fried to perfection. This is the ideal scene at a great tailgating party, but before you put this season behind you, give everything a good cleaning. After a big cookout, whether in the backyard or at the stadium parking lot, your grill and utensils should be thoroughly cleaned and dried. Leaving any drop of food or greasy will be feast for bugs and rodents.

Care for your canopy

On those hot summer days, when the sun is beating down, it is nice to have a little reprieve under the canopy. Take care of the fabric to ensure many more shady game days. After washing inside and outside, look for any holes and tears. Now is the time to patch small damages made from the previous season.

Storing flammables

Consider having one last backyard BBQ to use up any left over propane, charcoal, or lighter fluid. These flammable items do not keep their effectiveness till next year. Our Palmyra PA self storage facility does not allow any flammables to be stored in our units. So, if you decide to keep them till next year, store them in a dry cool environment away from anything that produces heat.

Prepare for the big day with these tips for tailgating. The next time you need seasonal storage, stop by 422 Storage in Palmyra PA.

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About the Author: Tim is an SEO Strategist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. He is a self-storage industry specialist who has written about everything from storage advice and helpful resources to industry trends. In his free time, Tim enjoys sampling craft beer and exploring the local music scene.