Happy Fourth of July

Happy Fourth of July from all of us at StorItAll! Have fun, be safe, and remember to say thank you for your freedom.

By |July 3rd, 2018|Blog|0 Comments|

Fun at Valley River

If you’re looking for something totally unique and absolutely Oregonian to do this weekend, head over to the Valley River Mall on May 20th, from 9am to 5pm.

The back parking lot will be partitioned off with cones and full to brimming with eager high school students and their battery-powered cars. It’s fun—but 100% serious racing—as student teams careen around the course in a bid to win EWEBs Kilowatt Klassic.

Guaranteed Good Time.

EWEB Kilowatt Klassic 2017

Presented By:Valley River Center
Dates: May 20, 2017
Location:Valley River Center
Address: 293 Valley River Center, Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541.683.5511
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Price: Free

By |May 17th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|

Wheels by the Willamette

Wheels by the Willamette is a great way to see Eugene via bike path AND get to know bicycle commuters in your community. There is a vibrant community of bicyclists in Eugene, all willing to share their knowledge and passion for the pursuit of two wheels.

This event will feature meet-up points that will offer refreshments, safety gear, and bike tune-ups. If you are curious about commenting by bike, it’s really a must-go event.

Wheels by the Willamette

Dates: May 20, 2017
Location: On the River Path at Aspen & D St
Address: Aspen & D St, Springfield, OR 97
Phone: 541.726.4585
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM



By |May 17th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|

University Day TOMORROW



One of the best parts about living in Eugene is the community spirit. Every one cares about their neighbor—it’s part of the fabric of our city.

There’s no difference at the University. Students work hard to live in harmony. Taking care of the college is a group effort. Want to get involved?

When: Thursday, May 18 at 8:30am to 4:00pm

Where: Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Across from EMU Amphitheater at Collier Lawn (Corner of 13th Avenue and University Street)
1395 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403

Volunteer on University Day to help make the UofO campus beautiful!

“University Day is a campus-wide beautification event that takes place each spring. Hundreds of students, staff, and faculty gather together to plant flowers, spread bark dust, and enjoy live entertainment provided by campus groups. We also invite community members to join us! The tradition dates back to 1904 as part of Junior Weekend, when projects included things such as laying the walk to Deady, followed by a feast. It has always been a spirited event to prepare the University grounds for commencement ceremonies, and even though it has greatly evolved since 1904, our roots still lie in campus spirit and community service.

Any student, staff, faculty, alumni, or community member is welcome to participate. There is no pre-registration required, simply join us at Collier Lawn (on the corner of 13th Avenue and University Street, just west of the EMU Amphitheater) between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to participate. Volunteers will be assigned to a section of campus to plant flowers, weed flower beds, spread bark dust, clean up litter, etc. Committing one hour of your time will earn you an exclusive free University Day t-shirt.” – from the website

By |May 17th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|

Five Reasons StoritAll Rocks

Five Reasons Storitall Rocks!

Did you know that summertime is our busiest storage season? If you are a student at the University of Oregon, now is the time to start thinking about whether or not you need a self-storage unit for the summer months. We fill up fast—so get on our waiting list today!

Why use StoritAll?

1. StoritAll is located just off Franklin Blvd, close to campus—so even if you don’t have a car you can still get here easily.

2. We have two drive-in bays for loading and unloading. Why is this important, you ask? Today might be sunny, but you never know about tomorrow. Moving boxes and unloading truck beds is no fun in the rain!

3. We provide hand-carts, dolly’s, and a cargo elevator for your convenience. Why work harder than you have to?

4. StoritAll is secure. We lock the entire facility and utilize video surveillance.

5. We happen to be located next to a brewery. Need we say more?

By |May 17th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|

What to PLANT in May

Ready for gardening? It’s nearly time to get knee-deep in vegetables. You may have already gotten off to a good start by starting some plants indoors. But when and what should go in the dirt in May?

Here’s a quick rundown:

At the beginning of May (preferably the first week) plan on transplanting or starting all Parsley, Broccoli, Cabbage, and Cauliflower. In the last week of May, plan to start your Tomatoes, Bail, Marigolds, Pumpkins, and Winter Squash.

Now, the question is, how do you keep it all growing healthy? Take another sip of coffee…and save your coffee grounds!

• Add coffee grounds to your composting bin

• Spread coffee grounds around your plants to protect from snails and slugs—and cats!

• 2 cups of coffee grounds and 5 gallons of water makes a great homemade fertilizer. Steep used coffee grounds in the water overnight for best results.

• Add coffee grounds to your mulch to control weeds

• Coffee grounds also draw earthworms to your garden, which help turn the soil.


Got any other hot coffee tips? Send us a note!

Many of our customers keep summer gardening tools at Storitall. We are located downtown, in close proximity to local community gardens, and proud supporters of Eugene’s outdoor lifestyle.


By |April 24th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|

Mold Removal Tips

Storitall is a very special storage facility—maintaining a consistent climate indoors for all our storage units. We strive to exceed our customers expectations!

Not every storage facility is the same. Not even your garage can compare to a secured, climate controlled facility.

Mold is easily grown in humidity and any kind of dampness (whether due to leaks or condensation). If you’ve stored your memories, clothing or home goods in a damp location—you may encounter mold. Here’s a guide to how to clean it up.

CLOTHING FABRICS (not including leather or silk)

Add a cup of vinegar to your washing machine load. Wash on HOT. Hang clothing to dry IN SUNLIGHT (Isn’t nature awesome?). That’s it!



Curtains can pose a special challenge because they often show staining so readily. After washing with the detergent vinegar mix, treat stains by creating a paste of lemon and salt. Spread over the stain and let sit for thirty minutes before rinsing with cool water. Wash again with hot water, regular detergent and a cup of vinegar. Hang dry.



Clean the camping gear / tent with warm soapy water and a sponge. Then, fill your bathtub with a mixture of technical fabric cleaner and water. Soak for twenty to thirty minutes. Remove the tent and move to a sunny location. Allow tent to dry halfway, then move to the shade and scrub any remaining mildew stains with a paste of lime juice, salt and water. When the tent is completely 100% dry, reapply waterproofing. Store in a clean, dry location. How about Storitall????


Hope to see you soon!




By |April 18th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|


It’s Spring, and the bugs are out!  We’ve compiled this neat little guide on how to rid your home of some of the most irritating bugs. You don’t really have to reach for the chemicals—you might have everything you need already!


Mix 1/2 cup of sugar with 1 cup of warm water. Add 2 full tablespoons of Borax. Soak a sponge or cotton pad in the mixture and leave out for the ants. It may take up to a week, but  you’ll see a massive reduction in ant infestation afterwards!

Another solution: Mix Peppermint oil with distilled water and spray corners and entry points. Ants hate Peppermint and will avoid the area.


Use a small bowl of apple cider vinegar mixed with liquid dish soap. The fruit flies will be very attracted to the apple cider vinegar, but become trapped in the bowl thanks to the dish soap breaking down the surface tension. Problem solved!



Mix 1/4 cup soap with 2 gallons of water. Spray the exterior of your home and all surrounding bushes with a pump sprayer.



Time to break out your essential oil collection! Use 15 drops of Lavendar oil, plus 3-4 teaspoons of vanilla extract and 1/4 cup of lemon juice. Smells great and works wonders!


Try these tips out and let us know how it goes. We’re also interested in learning what natural remedies work for you!


By |April 18th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments|

Fall Yardwork

Summer gardening may be over, but now is no time to put away all of your gardening tools. It’s time for Fall Yardwork!

We thought we’d share some Leaf Raking tips from the pros, as you prepare your yard for winter.

1. Not all leaves need to be picked up. Some can be mowed and mulched into your grass. One good pass should be enough to feed your lawn.

2. Use leaves as mulch for your flowerbeds.

3. Try using a sheet or tarp to collect the fallen leaves. Wheelbarrows typically can’t hold the volume you’ll need to remove in a leafy yard.

4. Wear a dust-mask. Believe it or not, raking leaves can really pump up your allergies!

5. It may go without saying, but always rake downhill. It’s just easier!


And remember to store your tools and extras at StoritAll — Eugene’s finest indoor storage facility with drive-in bays and a cargo elevator for all your heavy things.

We make storage EASY.

By |October 21st, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|

Happy Halloween

Looking for a SPOOKY good time this Halloween?

Try Dorris Ranch for a new twist on an old classic. Take a haunted hayride through the filbert orchard—but watch out! The trees are full of screams and fright. From the website:

“Ride through the haunted trails of Dorris Ranch where ghosts, zombies, witches and even historic figures emerge from the shadows of the filbert orchards. Play games in the barn before your ride and warm up afterward with hot cocoa and cookies. Visit the Odditorium for a fun surprise! Featuring performers from Identity Dance.”

Where? Dorris Ranch Living History Farm

Oct 24-26, $7.50-$9

Address: 205 Dorris St
Springfield OR 97477
Phone: 541.736.4544
Fax: 541.736.4529

By |October 16th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments|