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When it comes to moving tips for packing plates and bowls, for example, you want to get the right supplies to pack them up, that the moving boxes are sturdy enough and that they are properly taped to secure your things. Some of the packing materials you will need besides boxes and tape are: wadded paper, bubble wrap and packing peanuts.
Before you begin packing your items in the boxes, make sure that you've taped the bottom of the box properly and that you have added a layer of packing paper to absorb the shock of any bumps; then start with the largest dishes and stack them with a layer of bubble wrap between each dish. Once you've filled the box, take advantage of additional packing materials to fill the empty spaces in the box - the corners mostly, as well as to provide a buffer at the top of the box. Then finish by sealing the box and make sure that it's labeled as fragile all over the box.
Similarly, when you're ready to pack up your glasses, coffee mugs and tea cups as well as champagne flutes and other more delicate glassware, you need to follow a similar procedure to properly pack them to avoid any of them to break. Get that wadded packing paper or packing peanuts, the bubble wrap, tape, as well as the small and medium boxes you got to pack your kitchenware.
Just like you did with your dishes, securely taped the bottom of the box so that there's little or no risk of the tape not holding. Wrap each item in bubble wrap so that it will be protected, and then add them to the box with layers of bubble wrap between them until the box is filled. Finish up the box with another layer of packing peanuts or packing paper, seal it up and make sure that you label the box as fragile and include information about what's inside and where it goes.
By following these easy moving tips when you are packing up your kitchen, you are going to see that there's a lot less stress involved - while you can be confident enough that your kitchen items will travel safely over the course of your move.