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Moving? Got China to pack? Watch this video, it'll make your life a little easier.
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Glasses are very similar to bowls and they are very selectable. What you do is per glass you stuff it inside as gently as you can, there you go. That will reinforce the inside that when it begins jostles it won’t crack.
Now, you’re going to put this not on the middle of the newsprint like the other pieces you’re going to put empty and closes to you. You’re going to fold up newsprints slightly and then you roll it. You can do one or two rolls as tight as you can then stock it if we get into the end. Pinch the sides, fold it over and then fold it over and then continue and fold it at such using your handy tape we’re going to just tape the edge and make sure that is all even together. We have to use two pieces of tape.
Now, the trickiest piece for those floats and bugs because they have an extra handle in the side. This handle is the most likely it gets to break. So, we have to give that a little bit of extra attention, so what we’re going to do is that up and then we put it inside carefully, and then you want to just tape another piece and you’re going to tear it in just five little pinch just conveniently around the handle.
If you want to import this a little bit you want to be as sure in cautioning as possible you can do and we’ll just tape it together. Then we’re going to take fabric a little piece and just like the others we’re going to put the mug right in the center and we just wrapped it up and then make sure that it’s nice and perfect especially around the handle. And we’re going to put it right inside of our box and there you go, so now you can see we have all the different pieces here inside the box. We have our bowl, we have our glass, we have our mug and we have our plate down below.
So, if this was the job, if this is supposed to drop on the oven down everything will dance around we don’t want to happen. Here we have to pick the more you spread some packing peanuts whatever you’re going to choose just roll it up or stuff it in and you want to pack it as neatly as you possibly can so that no matter what happens everything is going to be safe when you arrive.
So, that’s the art of packing fine China. If you follow these instructions and you use some common sense when packing, you’ll be sure you have fine China for many, many years to come.
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