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.

When subject to extreme temperatures, paints and glues will break down or become lumpy and unfit for use

1. Paints and glues

When subject to extreme temperatures, paints and glues will break down or become lumpy and unfit for use
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When kept at inconsistent temperatures, wine can take on a metallic taste, so you should always store win somewhere dark and cool.

2. Wine

When kept at inconsistent temperatures, wine can take on a metallic taste, so you should always store win somewhere dark and cool.
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Any food container that contains metal will be subject to rust, causing holes and making the food spoil.

3. Canned food

Any food container that contains metal will be subject to rust, causing holes and making the food spoil.
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Insects are notoriously good at ruining clothes and fabric could wind up smelling musty after prolonged storage in your garden building too.

4. Clothing and bedding

Insects are notoriously good at ruining clothes and fabric could wind up smelling musty after prolonged storage in your garden building too.
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