So I know I talked about some of these last Spring, but it is something we all do every year. It's worth repeating especially so that next Fall you don't find that one favorite piece ruined.
1. Clean everything before storing it. Even if it looks clean - body oils, perspiration, and invisible stains are there and will attract moths and other critters.
2. Don't hang knits. They will stretch and distort, leaving them out of shape for next season.
3. Never use our poly bags for storing your clothes. They are strictly designed for short-term protection. Long-term use will suffocate your clothes and possibly cause staining or mildew issues.
4. Store your clothes in a cool, dry, clean place. Avoid storing clothes in a cold basement or hot attic. Extreme temperatures could damage your garments.