If you’re wondering what boxes you should use in order to make sure your material gets transported safely and efficiently, check out our handy guide below for some professional tips.
This box is perfect for books, files, tools, records, small kitchen appliances, and other heavy items like dishes and glassware. When packing these boxes, keep the following tips in mind:
This is a great catch-all box that can hold toys, pots and pans, small appliances, electronic devices, computer accessories, clothing, and shoes. Whatever you happen to have in your drawers or on your shelves can safely be packed away in this type of box, as long as you follow these tips:
Lightweight and bulky items like linens, blankets, clothing, plastic kitchenware, lampshades, and toys will go well in this kind of box. As with the 3.2 cube box, items from drawers and shelves can fit well, here, but keep these tips in mind:
The best items to add to this box include those which are large, bulky, and soft. You might be able to take the entire contents of drawers and shelves and add them to this box. Some suggested items include pillows, comforters, coats, towels, and sofa cushions. After unpacking, this box works excellent for holiday decoration storage and other needs. When packing this kind of box, keep these tips in mind:
This box comes is ideal for china, dishes glassware, crystal, and other easily breakable items. The extra heavy duty box is designed to protect china, plates serving dishes, and silverware. This kind of box is perfect when used with unprinted news wrap or bubble wrap. You should avoid using newspaper and follow these packing tips:
These boxes will keep your pictures, mirrors, and wall hangings safe. The cartons measure four inches wide, which allows for two to three items per box. When packing these boxes, remember these tips:
This kind of box comes in two pieces and is designed to protect mirrors, paintings, glass shelves, and doors. One piece fits right into the other and can be adjusted like a telescope to fit the size you need. To make sure your items are protected, wrap them individually in unprinted newsprint or bubble wrap them before placing them in the box. Follow these tips for additional protection:
As with the small mirror carton, this is a two-piece telescoping box that can fit mirrors, paintings, glass shelves, and doors. For packing instructions and tips, see the small mirror carton suggestions above.
If you want clothing transported without wrinkles, this is the perfect box for you. You can move your clothes from the closet while they’re still on the hanger! This makes your best clothing easy to store and easy to move. These boxes also have uses beyond moving, as they can store seasonal clothing in your new home. You can pack hats at the bottom. The wardrobe box with bar comes in a small size that measures 24”x24”x36” as well.
We offer super strong Hot Melt pressure sensitive polypropylene tape for economical, repetitive, and volume packing.
A useful packing material, unprinted newsprint keeps items clean and secure. You don’t have to worry about mess from printed newspaper anymore! This packing material is ideal for packing dishes and fine china.
You can use bubble wrap to protect mirrors, glass, and other fragile items. The heavy duty molded polyethylene bubble cells are filled with air to absorb shocks, reduce vibrations, and overcome abusive handling.