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Mar 7, 2011

Transporting Crockery For The Do-It-Yourselfer

Most of us at least one point in time have moved house. Well one thing that usually ends up breaking most of the time is crockery. Usually made of fine porcelain, some even have large collections of fine crockery at home. Such crockery is pretty expensive some even being antiques, so it’s a pretty pricey affair if something cracks breaks or gets scratched while transporting these expensive items while moving house.

Here are some tips to help out the do-it-yourselfer. Firstly ensure that every item in the box should not rub against the other to avoid this, always stuff in some sort of insulation in the form of paper or packaging insulation that you can buy easily from our Box Shop. Wrap saucers and plates up in at least two layers to avoid unnecessary scratches and damage. Secondly make sure that if an item belongs to a set, put them together in a box to avoid confusion and misplacing them while unpacking. We get a lot of complaints from customers who have packed things themselves and not found the same items while unpacking just to end up finding them in another carton. Thirdly, make sure that all items that are placed in the right size containers the last thing you want is a set of delicate porcelain rattling in a large box. Lastly, make sure delicate items like glass and porcelain are always marked with a sticker saying ‘Fragile’ with an arrow indicating which side is up.

The Box is a progressively driven moving and relocation company in Abu Dhabi. We provide everything from storage units for temporary storage to packaging materials such as bubble wrap, tape guns and boxes of all sizes for moving and shifting at The Box Shop. They even conduct professional office and house removals in Abu Dhabi as per the clients request and convenience.

To know more about The Box visit: www.storageinabudhabi.com

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