Packaging 101 Merchandise Guide
Small Moving Boxes – Small boxes are ideal for heavy or fragile items that must be packed on their own. By using small boxes for heavier items, it makes them easier to move. These are most commonly compatible with glass and dish kit inserts.
Medium Moving Boxes – Along with small boxes, medium boxes tend to be among the most-used moving boxes. They are ideal for small appliances and other household items.
Large Moving Boxes – Large boxes are ideal for light-weight and medium-weight goods like lampshades, throw pillows and clothing.
X-Large Moving Boxes – X-Large boxes are ideal for bulky light weight soft goods like comforters, blankets, clothing and pillows.
Wardrobe Boxes – A wardrobe box is constructed with a hanger bar so that you can transfer shirts, blouses and suits directly from the closet into the box without folding or wrinkling your clothes. These boxes come in several heights to additionally accommodate for longer items such as dresses and pants.
Dish Pack Kit – Dish pack kits are compartmentalized to accommodate dinner plates, salad plates, saucers and bowls. Many kits include foam padding to enclose and isolate each piece to ensure safe transit.
Glass Pack Kit – Glass pack kits are compartmentalized to accommodate glassware, crystal and stemware. Many kits include foam padding to enclose and isolate each piece to ensure safe transit.
Stretch Wrap – Stretch wrap can be used with moving blankets or towels to help wrap furniture and prevent scuffs and scratches. It is also used to group wires and cables together, as well as grouping boxes together.
Unprinted News Wrap – Unprinted news wrap is an ideal and inexpensive way to protect fragile items during a move, and is available in bulk. Unprinted paper stock provides the added advantage not transferring ink onto your items. Have kids? It also serves as a great canvas to draw on and keep the kids occupied while packing!
Bubble Wrap – A large roll of bubble wrap goes a long way on moving day. Bubble wrap can be used to enclose fragile items and to insulate voids along the sides of boxes to ensure your items make it safely to their destination.
Permanent Markers – Labeling your boxes will only make life easier when it comes time to store and unpack.
Box Tape Dispenser – When taping a large number of boxes, you’ll want a proper dispenser to speed progress. A tape gun will lay seams straight down and help you keep your fingers clear of a sticky mess when cutting.
Box Tape Refills – High quality box tape will ensure your boxes stay closed and items stay taped during transit. Our tape is specifically designed for cardboard boxes.