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Increase and optimize storage space – My Time at Sandrock

Increase and optimize storage space – My Time at Sandrock

 In the world of My Time at Sandrock, inventory management is an essential aspect of the game. A well-organized storage space can mean the difference between a productive day and hours wasted searching for resources. This guide will provide you with directions for increasing and optimizing your storage space.

Expand your inventory in My Time at Sandrock

From the start, it is possible to slightly increase your inventory space by purchasing expansions via the character menu. It costs gold, but it's a worthwhile initial investment.

Chests and storage

Your inventory is not unlimited and you will need to store your items in your personal space. In particular, you can craft chests to achieve this.

  • Box: it can be made from the base at the workbench with 10 pieces of wood
  • Wooden chest: It can be crafted at the workbench with 10 piles of wood and 4 copper ingots. Go to the trade guide to purchase the manufacturing recipe.

There is a merchant called the Mysterious Man who also sells a Large Storage Box costing 1086 gol. It only appears on the 20th and 21st days of each season so be sure to mark it on your calendar.

Opt for an efficient organization

Here are some tips for organizing your items. You quickly have a whole bunch of different items with little space to begin with. It is therefore important to learn how to properly manage your storage.


  • Resource type: Organize your chests by resource type (building materials, electronic components, agricultural products, etc.).
  • Frequency of Use: Keep frequently used items in easily accessible chests.

Labeling and personalization

  • Naming Chests: Name your chests to remind you of their contents.
  • Colors: Use color customization to quickly identify chest contents.

Space Maximization

Sale and recycling

  • Sell ​​duplicates: Don't keep duplicate items if you don't need them.
  • Recycle obsolete items: Turn items you no longer need into useful materials.


  • Current Projects: Store only what is needed for your current projects to avoid clutter.
  • Long-term storage: For rarely used items, consider separate storage away from your main work area.