In the previous blog, we have discussed the importance of putting labels on our items for easy identification and retrieval. Labels are simple ways of keeping our belongings safe and avoiding confusion that may occur when you have so much clutter or items in storage.
Putting on labels is not so hard and gives you more reason not to be lazy to put labels on any items whether its at home or stored in another location such as a storage facility.
In fact, there are so many ways on how to label these items and you can be as creative as you want. You don’t need to spend a lot of money on materials and these can be used for a long time.
Here are a few tips on how to label your items:
1. Color coding.
Instead of having to write or attach any labels, the storage you use for your items could be a label already. You can assign a certain color for a certain person in your family. For example, you can use blue strings,clips or boxes for your son’s stuff. You can even assign color for a particular items that belongs in a certain place. For instance, you can assign white to store old and unused utensils and any other kitchen items. It does not only make it easy but it also adds a pleasing visual appeal when you store these items in an organized manner.
2. Peel off stickers.
Stickers is also one of the most used and reliable materials for labeling. It’s cheap and it’s available in most stores and it’s easy to use. You can even use color coded stickers. Just make sure that you buy stickers that are durable and would stick for a long time. Stickers can be peeled off when it needs to be replaced and it won’t necessarily leave a dirty stain or marks on the surface. These stickers can be written on. There are even shops that offers personalized stickers where you can have whatever you want to be printed on it in an instant and saves you time.
Your items and belongings can be stored in our cheap storage facility in Sydney and these labels are not going to add more expenses on your budget so we recommend that you make sure to label your items accordingly. Don’t worry, if these two tips are not enough, we’ll be providing you more tips on labels and storage in the next coming weeks so stay tuned!