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Packing Tips

Lamp Shades:

Whenever possible, pack lamp shades two or three to a box.

Use plain, white wrapping paper (not newspaper) as a protective lining between each shade.

Don't pack anything else with lampshades.

Write & QUOTFRAGILE" on the sides of the carton.

Picture and Mirrors:

Select a box that, when open, is larger than your picture.

Open the bottom of the carton, then flatten it out. Seal one of the open sides with tape. Lay the     picture of mirror face down on several sheets of packing paper, then fold over the edges of the      paper and seal them with tape. Slidethe picture or mirror into the unsealed side of your carton and      seal the carton's end with tape.

Mark these boxes & QUOTGLASS" and load them on end.

   Packing Tips


Clothes on hangers are best moved in a special closet carton.

Never move clothes in garment bags.Garment bags can't stand up to       the stress of moving.

Leave clothes in dressers, but make sure that the drawers are not       too heavy if a drawer is too heave, it may be damaged during the       trip.

    Refrigerators and Freezers:

Defrost, dry and load refrigerator in upright position, using it's       inside space for bulky, lightweight goods such as large stuffed toys       or pillows.

Before laying refrigerator down for a move, check with its       manufacturer. Most brands can be moved on their sides.

Do not connect the appliance in your new home until the unit has       stood upright for at least 24 hours


Small boxes are the perfect size for books.

Pack books flat so that the spines won't break, and don't jam them       in tightly.

Never pack fragile items with books.


Line the bottom of a dish pack with several layers of wrapping       paper for extra cushioning.

Place one plate in the centre of the sheets of paper and pull a few       sheets over it.

Stack the next plate on top and pull another sheets of paper over to       cover the stacked plates.

    Small Kitchen Appliances:

Small items such as blenders and coffee makers should be packed       together.

Wrap each appliance separately with two or three sheets of       wrapping paper and place it in the box.

Fill empty spaces with paper or use the space of other, lighter       items.

    Pots, Pans and Large bowls:

Three pots, pans or bowls usually can be nested one inside the       other, like cups and glasses.

    Small Kitchen Appliances:

Take a large box and line the bottom with wadded-up wrapping       paper for extra protection.

Remove the lampshade and bulb, and wrap the cord around the       base of the lamp.

Wrap packing paper around the lamp, tuck this paper in at the       base, and tape all seams around the bundle where the paper       overlaps. Place the lamp in the lined carton.

f you have several tall table lamps, place them in the carton so the       base of one lamp is facing the top of the next.

When a box is packed with lamps, fill it up with plenty of paper.

    Washing Machines:

Secure spring-mounted motors.

Brace the tub to prevent damage.

Wedge special tub inserts in the space between the tub and       sidewalls.

Disconnect hoses and put them in tightly sealed sandwich bags       inside the machine's tub.

    Home Electronics:

Wrap small equipment in plenty of foam padding, pack them in a       box and load it on top of a soft item, such as a sofa.


our special Packing will keep mattresses and box springs fresh and       clean..

    Chest of Drawers, Desks, etc.

Pack drawers full but make sure that breakable items are well       Padded.

To prevent drawers from opening, place the unit up against the       truck or trailer wall, or against a flat surface such as a mattress.


Remove legs from all tables and loads the flat surfaces on edge. If       this can't do, load tables on their top surfaces, legs up, taking care       to protect the finish with blankets or padding.

    Cups and Glasses:

Cups and glasses may be nested (place inside each other), with       three layers of wrapping paper between each glass and cup as a       protective lining.

Place one glass/cup inside another, wrap each with two more       sheets of paper then insert another glass/cup. Finally, wrap the       bundle with a large sheet of paper.

Pack these nested bundles in boxes with dividers. Or box filled with       paper cutting.

If a bundle doesn't reach the top of the box, stuff additional packing       paper in the compartment to fill it up.

Wrap and pack goblets and stemware singly, do not nest them.