Christmas Tree Storage OptionsBy
It’s never too soon to start thinking about Holiday Storage! And while traditional pines and firs are still the favorite in many homes, artificial Christmas trees are becoming more and more popular every year, because they are cleaner, safer and more cost-effective over the long run.
Keeping your tree in tip-top shape year after year starts with a great Christmas tree storage container.
But which one to buy? There are so many choices - here is a list of some things to keep in mind when purchasing a tree storage container:
• Mobility - If you plan on storing your tree in a shed or other area not attached to the house, a rolling Christmas tree storage bag is a great idea - it can safely hold the whole tree and rolls smoothly on wheels from shed to living room and back at the end of the season.
• Waterproof - If your tree has the potential to come into contact with water or moisture (like a leaky garage roof or shed), choose a storage box that is waterproof. Plastic is a great choice and will keep your artificial tree free of dust, mildew and rust for years to come.
• Ease of Use - If organizing and cleaning is really not your thing, look for a tree storage bag that is easy to use. This will ensure that you actually put the tree away during the appropriate month (no lingering Christmas trees at Easter, please) - The TreeKeeper Pro is a great option - during the holidays it is your Christmas tree stand, and after that you simply pull the cover up over the tree for storage - it doesn’t get much easier than that!
Tip: If you love your faux tree but miss the smell of the real-deal, sprinkle Christmas scented potpourri around the base - you will never know the difference!tree storage holiday storage clutter control stacksandstacks.com