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How To Pack Dishes For Moving

How To Pack Dishes For MovingYou have finally reached the decision to move! Congratulations! Now you just have to figure out how to pack and move everything without breaking the bank, your fragile lamp, or your back. Many movers believe that packing kitchen belongings when moving out is one of the hardest tasks. Hiding in numerous cupboards and drawers, the staggering number of plates, dishes, glasses, cups, saucers, bowls, pots, pans, silverware, and other weird-looking objects should be sending out a signal of packing urgency to their owners.

If you’re interested in learning how to pack dishes for moving, this article could help.


What you need to pack plates for a move

You can’t possibly start the process of packing your plates for moving without having the proper supplies for a safe dish packing experience. The best packing boxes for kitchen plates are called dish boxes. These specialized boxes with thicker walls are ideal for serving your immediate agenda – packing dishes safely so that they don’t break during transport.  

Using lots of packing paper is the key to success when packing a dish box. You cann’t use too much. The more paper you use, the more protection your items have. It is also crucial that any space inside the box is filled with crumpled packing paper to ensure nothing can move around inside.

In addition, you’re going to need a lot of bubble wrap. Wrap is your best friend when it comes to packing dishes. If you provide enough bubble wrap, chances are higher that your plates and other kitchen utensils won’t suffer any damage.

If you’re serious about packing your plates and dishes in the safest way possible, then you’re going to need a right amount of high-quality packing tape to seal your packing job with the success it deserves.


How to pack dishes when moving

Before doing anything else, reinforce with packing tape the bottoms of all the boxes you’re about to use for packing your dishes. Also, strengthen the sides of the containers just to stay on the safe side. The second step is to pad the insides of the moving boxes with crumpled packing paper or newspapers. The idea here is to create a thick insulation layer that will protect the most fragile areas of moving boxes full of kitchen breakables – their bottoms. Place a delicate kitchen piece onto the center of the stack and cover it by pulling a few sheets over the breakable plate. Each arranged row of dishes should be protected from the next one with the help of paper, bubble wrap, towels, or any other piece of clothing, for that matter. When you’re done arranging the kitchen breakables in a cardboard box, place one final protective layer of paper or bubble wrap, close the box tape it in place. Take a marker pen and write KITCHEN PLATES, HANDLE WITH CARE, and FRAGILE on at least three sides of each moving box.


Extra tips for packing dishes

Packing breakable dishes is anything but a joke. If you feel like this onerous task is more than you can handle, or if you’re desperately running short on time, then calling Long Distance Moving Experts is the best course of action. We are a company with trained professionals who will provide you the professional services you deserve.