Insulation, mould and humidity control in a garden shed means that there are certain household items you should avoid storing inside them. Whether it’s paint, glue, canned food or clothing, it’s important you know what should be kept off your shed’s shelves to avoid them getting damaged. “There are two factors you should consider before storing something in your garden shed – temperature and moisture. Extreme temperature can damage a variety of items, and mould and mildew can render a lot of products useless quite quickly,” explains a spokesperson for BillyOh.com. “It’s also worth noting that there are some products that can be stored if you choose to add shed insulation, humidity control, and apparatus to regulate temperature. But if your own shed is little more than a wooden box at the end of the garden, it’s best to leave out these seven items.” The shed specialists from outdoor building retailer BillyOh.com have listed the items best not to keep in your shed. 1. Canned foodTry to avoid storing tins and cans in your shed. Any food container containing metal can be subject to rust, often causing holes and the food to spoil and spill ou...