Clean everything before You begin. Lingering oils (deodorants, perfumes) can discolor cloth over time — and food spots will bring moths. 70°F (or under) is your target storage space to prevent harmful fibers or placing spots, and very low light and low temperatures are perfect. Do not intend on keeping in carry-on bags (they can yellowish cloths and trap moisture), also do not iron with starch — germs adore it!
Do buttons up, zip up zippers, and vacant out pockets; subsequently hang down or structured coats on thick wooden hangers ($17 for 2, honeycando.com) within a watertight canvas garment bag ($15, casa.com). Polyfill-stuffed coats can enter vacuum-seal bags, compressed halfway for distance.
Lay gloves and rolled-up pliers loosely together in a plastic bin. Materials shaped hats with tissue paper before putting in a hatbox ($25 for 2, containerstore.com) or a different breathable container.
Store boots vertical.
With heaviest knits at the floor. Put white tissue paper involving Layers if colour move is an issue or to maintain any embellishments from snagging.