6 Important Packing Hacks to Remember While Moving

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6 Important Packing Hacks to Remember While Moving

Are you planning to move to a whole new area? Whether it’s to another state or country, you need to make sure that you pack your items correctly. Read on to find out what packing hacks you should follow!

1. Check, Categorize, and Segregate Your Belongings
Before taking the time to pack and purchase packaging materials, make sure that you assess all the items you plan to pack and move with. You need to know about the belongings that require cartage in boxes, what need alternative transportation methods, and the like. For these, you can see our website.

For instance, heavy, large, and delicate items require separate transportation with alternative packing methods. You might think that you can pack everything in boxes, but it doesn’t work that way all the time.

So go through all your items and identify what’s needed to be placed in boxes and what needs more care.

Next up, categorize your items to make it easier to pack, unpack, and organize in your new place. Categorize it by toys, clothes, books, accessories, certain furniture, etc. This will help you remember where you packed everything and place it in the correct location later on.

After that, segregate your belongings and have a good packing strategy to avoid overfilling the boxes. Place heavier items at the bottom with softer and delicate items wrapped with tissue paper, bubble wrap, or other packaging materials to keep it safe. Think of it as a puzzle, requiring time, care, and strategy to prevent unpleasant consequences.

2. Have a Checklist
Once you’ve accomplished categorizing and segregating everything, create a checklist for them. List down everything in each box and document what belongings are in each category. This will help you remember what you packed, so you know nothing went missing and that they arrive in the condition you packed them in.

3. Invest In the Right Materials
Not only should you think about the packaging materials you need, but the study picking boxes as well! Invest in strong packing boxes at appropriate sizes, depending on what you’ll be packing. Avoid getting all large boxes, the ashore weight would increase and if packed incorrectly, the items can get damaged.

Your packing boxes should be appropriately sized and made of sturdy materials. Then consider getting packing materials such as bubble wrap, scissors, tape, and the like.

4. Starting the Packing Process
Now, you can begin the packing process! Do NOT rush this process and make sure there are no distractions, focusing more on organizing your items for packing. Have your checklist on hand with the right packing tips, such as:

• Place the heavy items at the bottom
• Fill your boxes like a puzzle for minimal wasted space
• Small items should be in smaller boxes to prevent any losses
• Do NOT squeeze products or overfill them to prevent shocks, vibrations, or falls
• Don’t place heavy items in boxes as it may not take the weight
• Never damage or tear your boxes as you pack, which can cause the boxes to weaken

After packing your boxes, reconcile them according to the categories you created earlier with your checklist. You’ll remember the boxes to load to the vehicles that way, preventing loss.

5. Secure and Label Your Boxes
Now, secure all the boxes properly using the right packaging materials, such as tapes and wraps. If you’re having a hard time securing it, remove some items to place in a new box to avoid damage.

Afterward, label your boxes accordingly, including a title such as the category of the items. Include your name and contact details as well, writing legibly.

6. Lift and Load Your Boxes Safely
After that, lift and load all your boxes properly. You can have professionals help you out with this instead, which prevents injuries. Never lift items beyond your limits and have someone help you, or hire someone to do it instead.

Wrapping It Up
Packing isn’t just about stuffing random things in boxes and hoping for the best. It takes organization, strategy, and time for you to do it correctly. With the right packing tips, you’re ensured that your items arrive at the final destination safely.

Utilize these tips and share your own packing hacks in the comments section below! Good luck packing!

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