It is common for many shed owners to keep pool cleaners, pesticides, or even fuel in an outdoor shed. It can be a convenient place to store some of these more harmful chemicals to keep them away from children and pets. But there are some safety tips you should think about when you’re storing chemicals in a shed.
Storing Chemicals in a ShedFirst, let’s point out that storing chemicals in your shed shouldn’t be a long-term practice. It could cause deterioration and a shorter life for your shed. But if it’s something you are planning to do in the short term, there are safety measures to take to minimize the risk. First, experts recommend storing chemicals in a dry place out of the sun. If you are looking for a steel shed, the Admiral Series is a roomy choice with an attractive look. This shed also gives you a number of customizable options; you can add hooks, shelves, and even a lock. A lock is certainly an added bonus when you are storing hazardous chemicals and you have children or pets nearby. The Admiral shed also includes:
- Scratch-resistant hot dipped galvanized steel construction
- Reinforced roof strengthening brackets
- Decorative trim, ornamental hinges, and embossed gable for added style
Pro Tip: The Shed-in-a-Box isn’t just durable and cost effective. It features easy assemble and is a portable, durable storage solution.