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At home it might be acceptable to leave clothes piled up on the floor, but anywhere else, it’s a pretty bad idea. But sometimes it’s challenging to find a solution that’s both affordable and practical for your needs. That’s why we’ve just added a bunch of new garment storage racks to our existing offerings. These garment racks are ideal for a variety of applications like…
1. Theater Costumes
Everyone that’s ever worked in or participated in theater knows that the creative spirit can sometimes be messy. You also know that costumes are expensive and budgets are usually small. But the costumes are a huge part of the story you’re telling. How would you know it’s a Shakespeare play if everyone was dressed in modern clothes? Keeping all your costumes preserved and organized is essential – and easy to do with the garment racks.
2. Church Choir Robes
Just like theaters, churches typically operate on small budgets. Most of the money raised gets put back into the church itself or gets put to use through charity work. You need to make sure your church choir robes last through multiple performances and many people wearing them. Storing them hanging on racks ensures they’re safe from damage.
3. K-12 Classrooms
Kids are rambunctious to say the least. And they’re also prone to accidents. The phrase “don’t run with scissors” isn’t said for nothing. Keeping jackets and coats out of the way in the classroom helps to prevent any kind of tripping hazard.
4. Small Museums
While the big-boys in the museum world might get all the attention, small community museums are what preserve local history. They play an important role in keeping us informed about what’s happened in our towns over the years. Part of that history includes the clothing and dress of generations past. And since these types of garments are so sensitive, you can’t just leave them piled in a corner. The garment racks are an excellent solution since they are right-sized for your small museum.
5. Laboratory Coats
Working in a research facility or clean room, you’re going to have a lab coat. And making sure it’s there when you need to put it on saves time and helps you do your job. The garment storage racks keep your coat closer to the point of use so that you can focus on your job, not searching for a missing lab coat.
Find Your Garment Storage Racks Online Now
If you need a garment storage rack, you’ll find our large selection here online. And if you need any help picking the right one or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.
As you know, improper storage is very bad for your museum. Many of the artifacts and artworks you have are very old and practically priceless. In addition, specimens that are studied and researched at your museum need to be properly preserved. That’s why StoreMoreStore has a range of museum storage systems that are specifically designed to protect your collections.
Herbarium & Entomology Cabinets
The many features of herbarium & entomology cabinets – paint that is non-gassing and non-reactive, heavy duty steel construction, a sealed and waterproof top – make them a secure investment in the protection of your museum’s collection.
Framed Art Storage Racks
Framed art storage racks are a flexible and dependable art storage system. Each horizontal shelf can be adjusted up or down on 1 ½ inch increments so that each opening can be customized for storing you museum and gallery collection. In addition, the framed art storage racks have a powder coat paint finish that does not put off gases to ensure your collection will be protected long-term. Also, there are 13 different colors to choose from for your racks that will match any décor.
Roll-Out Art Racks
Roll-out art racks are designed to maximize space for storing museum art collections. Each panel on the rack has heavy duty braided mesh to allow for hanging artwork on both sides. The racks anchor to the floor with no need for ceiling support, and the linear motion design helps each rack to slide in and out without disturbing the other racks. Because there are no access aisles in between each row, you will easily be able to increase your storage capacity in less space. Also, the roll-out art racks slide smoothly and quietly, which makes them an excellent art storage system.
Shop Now for Museum Storage Systems
Visit our museum storage home page to find herbarium & entomology cabinets, framed art racks, and more for your collection. If you need any help or have any questions, please give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.
StoreMoreStore is currently having a sale on all Wall Mounted Art Racks! The Wall Mounted Art Racks are a cost-effective solution for storing framed artwork in your museum. In addition, the racks can be used in galleries, libraries and even offices that want to display and store art. Shop online now for the best prices on all our Wall Mounted Art Racks!
Reasons to Use Wall Mounted Art Racks for Storing Framed Artwork
The main benefit to using Wall Mounted Art Racks is that framed paintings are lifted off the floor to keep them protected in case there is something like a flood of water in your storage area.
The Wall Mounted Art Racks help keep track of inventory because they keep framed paintings on display so that you can easily and quickly rotate your collection whenever needed. Also, storing framed paintings off the floor and mounted on a wall still gives you access to electrical outlets. Finally, using an empty wall as storage will save floor space.
- Woven wire mesh is 10 gauge (.135) steel wire, woven into 2″ x 1″ rectangular mesh
- Mesh is securely welded to a 1-1/4″ x 1-1/4″ x 1/8″ steel angle frame
- Panels have one 7/8″ x 3/4″ stiffener welded to the frame (wider panels have two stiffeners)
- Emission free powder coat paint finished applied to all components with no off gassing or volatiles to protect all artwork
Shop Now for the Sale Price on All Wall Mounted Art Racks!
The sale won’t last forever, so shop online now at StoreMoreStore for your Wall Mounted Art Racks! And if you have any questions or want to speak with a representative, give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.
Whether you are a museum curator or a researcher at a university, you know that keeping delicate organic specimens intact over the long term is a balancing act. There are 6 major factors that typically lead to damage for collections that aren’t kept safely in archival storage.
- Light (visible and UV wavelengths)
- High humidity
- Excessive or unauthorized handling
- Pest infestation
- Improper temperature control
- Dust and other contaminants
Without appropriate preservation museum cabinets and artifacts storage equipment, your organization’s collection could be at risk. You don’t have a second chance to get specimen or museum storage right. Specimens and artifacts may suffer irreparable damage and be difficult or impossible to replace.
One of the challenges of sourcing archival cabinets is the wide variety of specimens requiring storage. Each type of specimen may have different requirements. For example, keeping dermestid beetles out of your entomology cabinets is absolutely critical. Pest infestation can turn an insect collection that took years to build into piles of dust in just a couple of weeks. Other special considerations for entomology collections include being able to find the correct style of drawer for your institution’s preferred display method (Cornell, Smithsonian, California, or USNM style).
Herbarium cabinets require very careful humidity control to keep mold from destroying fragile plant tissue. Your main concern with geology cabinets is typically finding sturdy shelving or drawers that can hold up under the weight of all those rocks. You may need extra security such as museum cabinet locking mechanisms to prevent theft of high-value specimens in some collections.
Museum Collection Cabinets Offer Multiple Solutions
At StoreMoreStore, we provide museum storage solutions including specimen cabinets that help you control all of the factors that could degrade your collection. Our museum cabinets close and seal with gaskets that keep the interior environmental conditions at optimal levels for long term preservation.