I've always been careful to keep my LPs out of direct sunlight but I've recently been saddened to find that the spines of quite a lot of my LP sleeves have faded very badly, presumably as a result of exposure to the UV rays in ordinary daylight. Not all are affected - it's the ones with yellow, red or light brown tones that are by far the worst hit. Some of my most valuable LPs - collector's items like the Classic Records Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin IV, Band of Gypsies and Axis: Bold As Love (mono) - now have badly bleached spines. The trouble is, it happens slowly and insidiously and you only really notice when you take out the LP and see the colours of the spine against the colours of the rest of the sleeve. My LPs are stored in open-fronted Ikea Expedit units in a brightly-lit room with large windows. I would now question whether Expedit units are a good idea for record storage if your room has a lot of daylight. I urgently need a storage system that will keep my LPs safely behind closed cupboard doors and would like to warn others of this potential problem. Other than cupboard doors, does anyone use any anti-UV measures? It's not just LPs, of course - CDs are just as vulnerable to damage, as are books, furnishings and so on. But other things can be replaced; LPs can't!