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A Guide to Keeping Sports Equipment in Top Shape

Sports Equipment can be expensive to replace. It’s important to take all the necessary precautions to keep equipment safe from climate and other elements which can cause the equipment to fail. Some of the vital precautionary steps include keeping equipment clean and storing it correctly.

Climate Control

Climate can be controlled with air-conditioning and a dehumidifier to help protect the equipment from mould, melting, and getting wet. Not taking precautions in protecting equipment from cold or hot environments can become an expensive mistake. Heat and cold can easily harm any sports equipment which makes storage important as well.


Renting a storage unit can become very handy with keeping all sports equipment safe. Not only does storage units keep equipment safe from theft or vandalism but also rain and heat. Although storage units are seen as an extra cost, it would be more affordable to rent the storage unit rather than replace sports equipment regularly.

When storage units are not an option and there is not a lot of equipment, home storage can also be done. Home storage can be done with a shed, garage, or outside rooms. It’s important to make sure there are no air leaks to prevent flooding and humidity.

Whether stored in a storage unit or at home, it’s vital to use hanging racks in case there is a flood. Wall hooks or overhead racks are also great solutions to keeping expensive equipment off the ground.

Clean and Maintain

Equipment should always be cleaned after practice and before locking away in the storage. Routinely cleaning the equipment can ensure longevity and provide more reliable equipment use. Even just taking a ball to football practise, the player needs to clean the ball before and after.

Maintaining equipment with oils and making sure no corrosion takes place can also provide longevity with all equipment.