I need about longterm (3-5 years) storage of jewelry
studio equipment. The equipment, etc. will be stored in a
self-storage unit that presumable will be as dry as New England
weather will permit. It will not be climate-controlled.
I would assume that any steel and or metal equipment/tools/machinery
will need to be well-greased and sealed in heavy-duty, sealable
plastic bags. Any studio equipment that is not made of metal would
still need to be bagged to prevent water vapour damage. These
protective measures would need to be in place for the duration of
storage. I writing to ask if those measures are sufficient. I would
welcome any recommmendations about the type of grease that should be
used to protect tools, etc. from rusting?