There are things we keep in our sheds that we actually shouldn't.

Nine things you should never store in your shed

Electronics, paint and wine are three common items that should actually never be stored in garden sheds, according to experts

Experts have revealed which items homeowners often do keep in their garden outbuildings but really shouldn't if they want them to stay in good condition.

Again, humidity is not a friend of paper and storing important documents in a shed could result in mouldy or illegible paperwork.

5. Important documents

Again, humidity is not a friend of paper and storing important documents in a shed could result in mouldy or illegible paperwork.
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Exposure to humidity in a shed can badly affect wooden instruments and cause brass instruments to corrode.

6. Musical instruments

Exposure to humidity in a shed can badly affect wooden instruments and cause brass instruments to corrode.
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Humidity and high temperatures will cause photos to stick together, and they could also develop mould.

7. Photographs

Humidity and high temperatures will cause photos to stick together, and they could also develop mould.
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Plasma television screens, in particular,will go bad if under the duress of temperature mood swings while rust can completely ruin the internal wiring and humidity can cause water damage.

8. Electronics

Plasma television screens, in particular,will go bad if under the duress of temperature mood swings while rust can completely ruin the internal wiring and humidity can cause water damage.
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