Moving? It is accompanied by its own set of excitement and anxieties. The most treasured items in your home make you think how you are going to pack it? Well, here are a few unusual shaped items packing tips.
The countless hours that kids have spent on the trampoline in the backyard is a treasure that has to be moved along with you. Well, it's not a mammoth task as it seems. Firstly, keep poly bags and cardboard boxes handy. Dismantle the trampoline, put all the nuts and bolts in the polybag. Remove the net and safety padding. Rinse and let dry. Wear safety gloves and undo the springs from the frame. Label and undo the leg pieces. Pack every odd shaped part in bubble wrap and use bubble wrap bags to store the nuts and bolts. Remember to label the poly bags too.
Taxidermy is one of the most difficult item to pack. It adorns most home and has a place in the heart of the resident. Clean the body and hide with a duster, eyes, hooves, wooden part and non fur area should be cleaned with a moist cloth. Carefully wrap up the hunting trophy with bubble wrap packing, making sure that the tape does not touch any part of the trophy. Place the trophy in a box of the right size. Fill in the gaps with Styrofoam to ensure that the trophy reaches the destination in an intact state. It is after your prized possession.
A chipped china is deemed for the trash can only. Wrap the fine china in tissue paper. Then carefully wrap in bubble wrap, paying extra attention the handles and spout that need an independent bubble wrap. Tape up the bubble wrap. Place the articles in a cardboard box. Fill in the gaps with either foam liners, air bubble packs or Styrofoam so there is no space for the fine china to move. Remember to label the box as fragile.
Use Bubble Wrap for all your unusual packing needs and be rest assured that your items will reach in good condition... no transport and transit hurdles will break your articles.