A Guide to Packing Kitchenware
There are few feelings worse than opening a box and discovering that a bunch of your belongings have broken and you now have a bundle of shattered pieces. There is no other box that this is likely to happen to than one labeled “kitchen.” Moving your kitchenware can be a stressful part of the already stressful experience that moving is. However, using smart packing tips can mitigate a lot of this stress. Here are some tips for packing kitchenware…
Separate the Plates
If you have glass or ceramic plates, then they are one of the prime suspects to break during the moving process. You can prevent this from happening by wrapping up each plate in bubble wrap and placing them vertically in the moving box. Make sure the stack is at an angle, to prevent movement from happening in the box. In addition, if you want to go an extra mile (as you certainly should for finer plates, such as china), you should put some extra foam or something soft as a barrier on the bottom of the box, and even the top, as well, if you want to be extra careful.
Careful with Glasses!