When starting a move, it is necessary to separate the most delicate items to protect them properly. In the case of crockery and glass or porcelain objects, it is convenient to wrap them one by one with the appropriate material. These fragile objects require special care to avoid unpleasant surprises when opening the boxes in the new home.

From our extensive experience, moving and storage Lidón offers a series of tips when packing delicate items for a move.

How to Pack Fragile Furniture for Moving

First, it is advisable to pack them one at a time. This will avoid possible blows and fractures during the transfer. Individualizing boxes is also important for protection and order. It is about not mixing materials to avoid breakage.

Bubble wrap is the best material for wrapping glass, china or porcelain. Thanks to its padding, it efficiently protects glasses, cups or cups. Also the carton is a material suitable for dishes and tesserae. The paper of estraza avoids scratches and can serve as filling of certain objects. Although it is very common to use newsprint, care should be taken, as the ink from the sheets can damage the surface of delicate dishes.

A cork base or in the corners and walls of the boxes protects the entire packaging in the move. Objects with more resistant surfaces such as plates should be placed in the bottom of the box.

Mark the contents of the cartons very clearly so they can be moved with care.

And, finally, trust in a professional removal company like Removals and Storage Lidón . We guarantee the maximum care and protection of all items when making removals.

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