Never-Heard Packing Tips for Easier Moving
Don't wait until you realize that packing is the most time-consuming and most difficult part of the moving process. Many first-timer movers are living legacies of how difficult packing is. You can prevent experiencing the difficulty by following these never-heard tips for easier moving:
Each box should only carry about 30 pounds of things as much as possible. Heavier boxes might lead to box rupture, which will cause injury and damages on your things.
Most movers put only a strip of tape to make the flaps meet together. But this is not a strong way to put a tape. You should put another strip of tape across the first strip of tape put on the box.
Instead of using old newspapers to wrap fragile items, use your pillow sheets, towels, t-shirts, or rags to do this. This way, you can maximize the moving box's space.
Disassemble heavy items like furniture pieces as much as possible. But when you do, make sure you keep the screws and other small parts in a plastic and stick the plastic on the thing to avoid losing these.
These are only simple tips but doing all these will create an amazing and relieving impact on the easiness of your moving.