Topic: Re: OT-container storage
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Built a new home 3 years ago and stored our whole house of belongings in a 40' container. Took 6 or 7 months to finish the house and when we unloaded the container everything was exactly like it was when we stuffed it in there. That being said, there wasn't much air space in there. We used driers, and they had some water in them. And we're in the wet pacific NW.
I would avoid covering anything with plastic, that just keeps it from breathing so if it does get wet, it won't dry.
If your in it regular, the moisture in the air should equalize and not be too much of an issue. If it stays closed alot, just like the inside of an inactive tractor, it will "sweat".
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